Not photographic comment - but just an appreciation of recent improvements in both American and English beers.
At one time the only "foreign" beers we could get here, none of which even began to compare with traditional Scottish IPA ("Heavy"), was urine like Watneys, Whitbread, Fullers, etc., from England, insipid lagers from Denmark or American "chemical beers" like Bud, Millers, Coors and similar stuff. Nowadays we get much better imported beers from smaller English breweries like Black Sheep and, when in USA, can seek out some excellent "micro-brewery" brews, many of which are in the Scottish IPA style.
For beer drinkers, the world is certainly a better - or at least a more accessible - place than it was 50 years ago.
The only problem in America is that they still serve it in minuscule "pseudo-pints" which contain only 16 fluid ounces, as opposed to the 20 fluid ounces of a "proper" pint.