Posted by Pat Cunningham on Aug 11, 2011 in Uncategorized | 2 comments
THIS strikes me as counterintuitive. I would have expected the opposite to be the case.
The comment by Victor Matheson on that page is a good response.
But basically, if you make more money you tend to buy more expensive booze, that’s all. Since Pat almost never has a drink, he’s probably not quite as aware of the alcohol buying habits of people like me who admittingly spend too much money on the stuff.
So I’ll re-categorize the chart just focusing on beer (this is so fun!):
Less than High School: Old English or Colt 45
High School Graduate: Milwaukee’s Best, Old Milwaukee, or Bush
Some College: Budweiser or Miller Products, Heineken, Rolling Rock, Corona, Dos Equis, Foster’s, Red Stripe
Associate’s Degree: Guinness, Fat Tire, Leinenkugel, Samuel Adams
Bachelor’s Degree: St. Peter’s Beer, Anything from New Holland Brewing Co, Sprecher, New Glarus, Victory Brewing Co, Spaten, Paulaner.
Advanced Degree: One of these beers: http://most-expensive.net/most-expensive-beer
I agree, Neftali. I think it has more to do with the quality (cost) of the alcohol than the volume of alcohol.
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