Beer Continues to be the Beverage of Choice in Iowa Print
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Written by Alex Hillsberg   
Tuesday, 01 October 2013 13:42
Beer ranks at #13 across our country’s beer consumption across all states which upsets their livers mostly:).  With most of the locals preferring a bottle of Templeton Rye among other brands, they also love a good glass of wine or two, with Iowa citizens celebrating their fondness for these two drinks in festivals such as Clear Lake Harvest Festival scheduled this fall.

Beer and wine have definitely stood out among other choice of drinks, and you can see how much it has been embedded in our history as seen in the infographic: http://financesonline.com/beer-vs-wine/.

The infographic is also rich with other wine and beer related facts, figures and trivia that every enthusiast of these drinks will find interesting, or even surprising:

  • Did you know that no one enjoys wine more than the folks in the Vatican City? They are considered to be the world’s biggest consumers of wine with 365 bottles a year per capita (which makes exactly one bottle a day!).
  • Those who favor wine will be thrilled to learn that California wines dominate the list of top wine brands in 2012
  • Beer fans can always boast the immense popularity of their favorite beverage as they discover that beer sells nearly 8,000 times more than wine and some archaeologists claim it may have even contributed to making our entire civilization possible!

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