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Separate data from the Environment Agency acquired by the BBPA also found that UK breweries now recover and re-use 98% of their waste.[1]
However the BBPA said pubs could not rely on the "welcome boost" for growth and warned that Brexit uncertainty was a major concern for the brewing and pub sector.
However BBPA data shows that while the volume of beer in pubs and bars has been slowly decreasing, the volume sold in supermarkets and off licenses has been increasing.
England fans are expected to buy 14 million extra pints during the World Cup group stages, according to the BBPA.
BBPA Chief Executive Brigid Simmonds said: "Pubs are the home of live sport and will be at the heart of the World Cup for those fans who won't be making it to Russia.
BBPA chief executive Brigid Simmonds said: "A great beer offering is, of course, vital for any pub.
BBPA chief executive Brigid Simmonds said: "These are yet more encouraging figures, and the football has given a real boost to sales.
"I am delighted that the Prime Minister has intervened to back Britain's pubs and make clear that England's World Cup campaign is a time for celebration," said BBPA Chief ExecutiveBrigid Simmonds.
To halt falling beer sales in Britain, brewing giants including Milson Coors AB-InBev, Carlsberg and Heineken had joined forces with the BBPA to launch the "Let There Be Beer" campaign.
"It's great to see so much innovation on display from British brewers, who have already developed these high-quality, lower-strength beers," said Brigid Simmonds, BBPA chief executive.
The group of MPs criticised progress made by the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) - whose members account for nearly two-thirds of Britain's 52,500 pubs - to implement reform, calling it "impotent".
Beer sales fell by 3.8 per cent in the first quarter of 2011 compared with the same period in 2010, according to recent figures published by the British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA).