Vote for your winner in the Euro 2020 of Beers to determine Europe’s best pint

You know what goes hand in hand with the Euros? Pints.

Whether you like it or not, booze sales are set to go through the roof over the next month as Europe's most elite footballing nations take to the pitch in a bid to be crowned the continent's best.

Euro 2020 will see everyone from the likes of England, France and Germany taking on minnows such as Finland, Slovakia and North Macedonia for a place in footballing folklore.

Fans will be watching on in front of hundreds of thousands of screens around the country – and most will have a pint in their hand.

And that is what got us thinking…

We love a pint over here at the Daily Star, but we wondered who would win the European Championships if it was done on their country's most popular lager.

So, with 24 teams entering the Euros this summer, we thought we'd pick out 24 lagers synonymous with each of the nations playing in this summer's tournament.

From your Carlings to your Zywiecs, we've got all of the favourites covered.

All you have to do is tell us which ones are your favourites – and we will crown the European Champion of Beers!

All you have to do is select your favourite on this survey:

Who did you vote for? Let us know in the comments section.

Britain's boozers stand to make millions during Euro 2020 in a vital boost for the struggling industry.

The British Beer and Pub Association (BBPA) is hopeful that the major tournament, with many of the games being held in London and Glasgow, will prove a major step on the road to the recovery.

The industry has been one of the worst affected during the coronavirus crisis, with pubs being shut on multiple occasions for different lockdowns.

Emma McClarkin, boss the British Beer and Pub Association, said of the Euros: "We're really looking forward to it.

"It's a huge boost, especially with a lot of the games in the UK and we're sure pubs will help to create the unique tournament feel.

"They will help to create that unique football atmosphere, and with the restrictions on capacities at stadiums, that will be more important than ever.

"Fans will still feel like they're taking part.

"We haven't sat down and worked out the sums yet but it will be worth millions to the industry."

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