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This article from Ad Age describes the personality of a person based on the beer he/she drinks.

Here\’s the funny stuff:

Michelob Ultra drinkers rate high in superiority; that is, they think highly of themselves and can be a little bit conceited.

Heineken: There\’s a slang term that could sum up Heineken drinkers: posers. These self-assured people believe they are exceptional, get low scores on modesty and high scores on self-esteem. They love their brand badges

The personality traits of people who prefer Blue Moon, a Belgian style wheat beer, tracked similarly to the same type of people who prefer craft beers—which means Blue Moon drinkers probably don\’t know it\’s a Molson Coors Brewing Co. family product made in Colorado.

These specialty made beers get lumped into one category both because there are fewer fans (and thus less statistically significant data) of them, but also because the personalities of one type fairly well describe another. This group is more likely to spend time thinking about beer rather than work. They are more open-minded than most people, seek out interesting and varied experiences and are intellectually curious. Craft-beer drinkers also skew as having a lower sense of responsibility—they don\’t stress about missed deadlines and tend to be happy-go-lucky about life.

The article did fail to acknowlege the obvious awesomeness of lovers of craft beers.

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