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Gentleman's afternoon tea serves beer instead

The most important components of a traditional afternoon tea are fancy finger foods, china cups and a pot or two of the finest darjeeling. But what if you're a man, and prefer your food ‘man-sized’ – all washed down with a not-so-dainty pint of beer? Does the Stafford Hotel in London have the answer?

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