U.S. Alcohol Preferences in Restaurants 2015

This report contains the results of a survey 749 U.S. diners on their alcoholic beverage preferences in restaurants. It looks into various aspects of consumers alcoholic beverage habits when eating in a restaurant including, number of beverages they are likely to consumer, favorite types of alcoholic drinks, use of social media in deciding upon beverages and improvements they would like to see in alcohol service in restaurants. These findings are also broken down into gender, region, income and age.
  • Language: English
  • Released: July 2015
Study included in Corporate Account only.
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