While we cannot apologize enough for inflicting Budweiser and its ilk on the rest of the world...
"Beer" is having a renaissance in the US. The Brewer's Association
said there were 6372 breweries in the USA in 2017. Up 16% from 2016. And way up from a post-Prohibition minimum of only 89 breweries in 1978.
I know I can drive to a large number of microbreweries, to the point that I can have all the beer I want in a year, and never have to sit in the same building twice, nor ever have to drink two glasses of the same thing. Nor drink styles of beer that I don't like. (IPA, yick. Pilsner, ugh. Give me something malty that I can cut with a knife.)
But I'm not sure if even the largest "microbrews" have enough output to export to the UK... Can you get stuff like Surly, New Belgium, Stone Brewing, Deschutes, etc., on that side of the pond? Or is it all bud and coors and miller?