More Americans Drink Beer Than Wine


Which alcoholic beverage is preferred more: Beer, or wine?

According to a new Gallup report, Americans on a whole are more likely to opt for a cold one.

However, it might be a generational — and gender-based — preference. People ages 55 and older are more likely to choose wine, while their younger counterparts are more likely to choose beer. And males are more likely to opt for beer, while females are more likely to opt for wine.

Thirty-nine percent of Americans surveyed said that they drink beer the most of any alcoholic beverage, followed by 35 percent of Americans saying they drink wine the most and 22 percent of Americans saying they drink liquor the most.


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