Since the referendum in June 2016, Brexit has dominated Britain's headlines and airwaves. Each day brings news of advances or setbacks, with either side predictably up in arms over the progress, or lack thereof.
And now it appears not even pubs are safe from the spectre of Brexit, because the 18 months since the referendum have also seen a proliferation in beers named after the momentous political occasion.
Across the world, breweries are releasing Brexit-themed ales and lagers, some in support; others vociferously against. Take the Big Mistake Brexit IPA, for example, by Two Sides Brew Co. in Dublin, clearly reflecting what the Irish brewery thinks of the whole thing.
Or the Extra Special Brexit, an ale from Tasmania's Shambles Brewery. Even ale-guzzling Nigel Farage would enjoy its mild, nutty flavour.
Brexit nomenclature isn't limited to beers. In Ahaus, northern Germany, a pub called The UnBrexit has opened, promising to maintain the UK's in the EU, even if just through food and beer.
Wetherspoons, owned by Brexiteer Tim Martin, last year rolled out 200,000 anti-EU beer mats, following up this year with mats asking customers to consider the merits of the EU's fishing policies over a pint of cheap beer.
The best Brexit inspired beer names
1. Big Mistake Brexit IPA
A pointedly anti-Brexit IPA from Dublin brewers Two Sides Brew Co.
2. Brexit Solution
Iceland's Gæðingur Öl Brugghús seems to have found the true solution to current political instability: a British-style, mild but hoppy, affordable ale.
3. Vote In, Vote Out and Vote IDK
Yorkshire's Little Valley Brewery remained neutral in the build-up to last year's referendum with a refreshing option for all customers.
4. Extra Special Brexit
Even 10,000 miles away Brexit is influencing beer: inspired by Fuller's Extra Special Bitter came the Extra Special Brexit from Tasmania's Shambles Brewery.
5. Brexiteer New England IPA
In Paris and after some home comforts? Forget Bombardier or Musketeer, go for the Brexiteer. A reviewer on Untappd wrote: "Aggressive bitterness, a bit too aggressive, but that's what it takes to deal with Brexit."
6. Bitter Brexit
If you're in the heart of Texas and missing the never-ending Brexit debate, go for the Twisted X Brewing Co.'s Bitter Brexit. One reviewer said: "Brexit means Brexit. I'm bitter and it did taste a little like an English bitter. Pretty good."
A fruity, hoppy, punny, English-style ale from Ex Novo Brewing in Portland Oregon.
8. If Tha Brexit The Fixes It
A tasty Brexit-themed beer from Imperial Brewery in Mexborough, South Yorkshire, and a chance to brush up on the local dialect.