Beer Trends Down Among Drinkers Past 2 Decades

* Less than 0.5% Source: Gallup – Based on those who drink alcohol.

Polynomial trendline version of the chart (fluctuations in the data)

Just for fun, here is the Google Trend data for internet searches for each (look at wine surge every December).

 

Full Data Set:

 

Year Beer Wine Liquor
1992 47% 27% 21%
1994 47% 29% 18%
1996 46% 27% 20%
1997 45% 32% 18%
1999 42% 34% 19%
2000 43% 31% 22%
2001 46% 31% 18%
2002 44% 30% 22%
2003 42% 33% 22%
2004 39% 33% 24%
2005 36% 39% 21%
2006 41% 33% 23%
2007 40% 34% 22%
2008 42% 31% 23%
2009 40% 34% 21%
2010 41% 32% 21%
2011 36% 35% 23%
2012 39% 35% 22%
2013 36% 35% 23%
2014 41% 31% 23%

 

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