We live in an age when drinking is legal (at least for those over 21), but that wasn’t always the case. There was a time when drinking was against the law. So what exactly did the Volstead Act of 1920 do to the good old USA? Here’s a handy info graphic that explains the troubling times of no drinking.
Via: Rehab International
A great infographic on the history of beer by the folks at www.manolith.com
History of Beer Infographic by http://600series.net/infoshot/
This is a great infographic that was put together by Sly Fox to show the benefits of cans. You can check out Sly Fox and their “Respect the Cans” campaign at RespectTheCans.Com. As we have talked about in previous articles, cans are become in increasingly popular container for beer. So have a read and let us know where you stand when it comes to beer in a can.
The fine folks over at saveonbrew.com put together a nice graphic on beer prices in all the MLB stadiums across the USA. Where does your favorite team fit into the mix?
The folks over at 1001beersteins.com did a great job putting together some statistics on Global beer consumption.
Our Global Beer Consumption Statistics and Trends infographic will answer some of the most common questions often asked by beer lovers and brewery owners.
- Which country has the highest per capita consumption of beer?
- Which Country consumes the highest amount of Beer?
- Which beer is most sold in world?
Infographic by 1001 Beer Steins
The folks over at intuit.com put together a great graphic showing how small, independent breweries are growing.
Though large breweries dwarf independent craft breweries in volume of production, the growth of small breweries has eclipsed overall beer industry growth in the last few decades. By tapping into local tastes and offering unique brews, craft brewers are now experiencing the heaviest level of growth they’ve seen since 1900. In this infographic, we look at where the movement stands today and what really defines a craft brewery. Click on the infographic below for an enlarged view.