Blog: Andy MortonBeer drinkers come out ahead of the curve

Andy Morton | 3 September 2012

Glass shape determines a drinker

Glass shape determines a drinker's speed, a study has shown

People drink beer twice as fast from curved glasses than straight ones, new research has shown. 

The Bristol University study, which brought 160 subjects in for a drinking session, said the reason was probably down to difficulties in judging the halfway point of a curved glass. There was no difference in drinking speeds for non-alcoholic beverages.

The full results of the study can be found found here

 

 


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