Apparently the rare hot spell, along with the World Cup, has conspired to put a drain on supplies of CO2, meaning that some pubs are unable to serve all of their beers.
Now, we have a global overabundance of CO2, hence the global warming phenomenon. Couldn’t we find a way of storing that surplus and pumping it into pubs so that they never run out again?
We’d step back from global disaster and have cheaper beer as the gas would no longer be an expense for pub owners.
Everyone’s a winner surely?