Monday, August 20, 2012


A recent Gallup poll showed evidence that Americans, on the whole, prefer beer to wine. We've gone ahead and broken out the data here to give you a better idea of how this thirsty theory relates to certain groups:

AGE:
55+ = WINE
55- = BEER

SEX:
MEN = BEER
WOMEN = WINE

AMERICANS CHOOSE MOST OFTEN:
39% = BEER
35% = WINE
22% = LIQUOR

AVG. ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES /WEEK FOR AN AMERICAN: 4.2
8 or more = 12%
1 to 7 = 52%
None = 34%

While there are certain health benefits associated with a glass of red wine per day, such as improved heart health, lower blood pressure, and preventative approaches to rheumatoid arthritis, it is important to note that the same beer consumption has recently shown to improve mental stability, prevent diabetes and reduce the risk for broken bones. Who knew the pint could be so powerful!

Bottoms up beer drinkers!

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