What Beer Says About an Economy

April 26, 2011 in Daily Bulletin

A country’s demand for goods tends to correlate to the strength of its economy, and beer apparently is no exception. As a country’s economy strengthens, it’s citizens start to drink more. However, there comes a point where demand levels off and then starts to decrease. This point is when people begin making $22,000 per year. Various reasons are given in the article, one of which is that people begin drinking wine instead.

Source: Economix Blog