In a recent Gallup Poll (in the States), when asked their beverage of choice, Americans were equally likely to claim beer (36%) or wine (37%) as their favorite.
This has been a huge shift of 20-points over the past two decades, showing a definite trend towards wine being more widely accepted.
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As the British Columbia government takes the first steps in overhauling this province’s liquor laws, I found it interesting to see this scene from Thursday morning in Paris. If our liquor laws are loosened and we are given the privilege of enjoying a beer or bottle of wine among friends in the park or . . . → Read More: Thursday Morning in Paris
Interesting facts about one of America’s most popular alcoholic beverages are detailed.
Photo: Shutterstock Article: http://www.mnn.com/food/beverages/stories/5-intoxicating-facts-about-beer
If America, and American workers, had an official alcoholic beverage, it would probably be beer. According to the Brewers Association, the overall U.S. beer market was worth $96 billion in 2011, when some 200 million barrels of . . . → Read More: 5 intoxicating facts about beer
One of my favorite posts from Wine Folly – I am always trying to convince my beer-drinking friends to try wine, but it can be difficult to find something that they really love (until now)!
For every bottle of wine drunk in the United States at least . . . → Read More: Wine for Beer Drinkers
I love a great beer and this years top-ranking brews were just announced!
If you find yourself in a liquor store and are not sure what . . . → Read More: Canadian Brewing Awards 2013