World Cup beer fear, as the largest chain of pubs hit on the deficit

British pubs risk shortfall beer as England will play against Belgium in one of the biggest nights of the year.

Millions of fans wishing to watch the crucial world Cup group in the pub may not be in the order of their favorite beverage.

Beer crisis was caused due to the lack of carbon dioxide, and fueled by the heat and huge crowds watching an unexpectedly good form for England at the World Cup.

Jealousy in England, prompting Manager Gareth Southgate and midfielder Eric Dyer to encourage more supporters to come to Russia to support our team. While only 2,000 fans saw the first two games with England only up to 3,000 expected for Belgium match to be postponed…

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