UK alcohol consumption falls 2.1% to 7.7 liters/person in 2013, the lowest level recorded since 1990, according to British Beer and Pub Assn.

LONDON , April 16, 2014 () – News: The UK's alcohol consumption has declined by 2.1% to 7.7 litres per head in 2013, according to figures released by the British Beer and Pub Association. This is the lowest level recorded since 1990 and the lowest level this century, with an 18% fall in per capita consumption since 2004. In total, UK consumers were estimated to have drunk 7.7 litres of alcohol, with 7bn less units of alcohol in 2013 compared with 2004, when consumption was at its peak with 9.4 litres per person.

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