I’d like to think that THIS TREND has something to do with all the stupid TV commercials depicting certain brands of beer as essential to the male-bonding experience or to picking up good-looking women:


Poor beer.


Just 20 years ago, it was America’s most popular alcoholic beverage by far. Since then, per capita consumption of beer down 20 percent and despite population growth, annual domestic production has fallen down, too.


Gallup’s new alcoholic preferences survey, summed up in the image above, finds that beer’s lead over wine has slipped by 20 percentage points since the early 1990s. But the demographic ...

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I’d like to think that THIS TREND has something to do with all the stupid TV commercials depicting certain brands of beer as essential to the male-bonding experience or to picking up good-looking women:

Poor beer.

Just 20 years ago, it was America’s most popular alcoholic beverage by far. Since then, per capita consumption of beer down 20 percent and despite population growth, annual domestic production has fallen down, too.

Gallup’s new alcoholic preferences survey, summed up in the image above, finds that beer’s lead over wine has slipped by 20 percentage points since the early 1990s. But the demographic ...

Read more