The world’s top 10 beer brands are more diverse than ever, according to new research from BeerAdvocate.
The study, which includes the best-selling beers in the US and the UK, shows that while there are plenty of beer-loving Americans who love American craft beer, many more people are more interested in beer from other parts of the world.
“There are plenty people who are beer lovers but aren’t particularly familiar with the UK beer scene,” said co-author James Hensley, who researches beer at the BeerAdvote consultancy.
The study also found that more than half of people in the UK and the US said they drink more American craft beers than their local counterparts. “
So there’s a lot that goes into finding the right beer for each person.”
The study also found that more than half of people in the UK and the US said they drink more American craft beers than their local counterparts.
That may be partly because the two countries share a border and a culture that may be a little different, Hensleys said.
“There are people who drink American craft in their local bars, but if they were to drink in a bar in the United States, they might not necessarily have that same level of exposure to that brand,” he said.
BeerAdvocate analysed more than 6.3 million beer ratings from more than 2,000 independent beer retailers, as well as other online retailers such as BeerAdvice, BeerAdvoke.com and RateBeer.com.
“The data is based on the people who have the best ratings for the beers they’re drinking,” Hensys said.
The findings are based on information from the BeerGuide.com online beer ratings platform, which was set up in 2012 to provide a more reliable and reliable database of beer reviews.
The BeerGuide data was collected in 2015, the same year as Beeradvocate’s first annual BeerAdvoice.com Beer Ratings survey, which also found there were more American beers available than the rest of the UK.