Over the last hundred or so years, the brewing industry in the United States has changed dramatically. From the saloon era through consolidation to today’s flourishing craft beer culture, it’s been quite a ride. Take a look at how the small brewer is making quite a comeback after nearly a half century of decline.
Your intelligence at 16 is a strong indicator of how much and how often you will drink throughout adulthood.
Over the last 55 years, in the U.S. and U.K., several studies have been conducted that show a direct relationship between childhood intelligence and adult alcohol consumption. Controlling for a huge plethora of factors, the study reveals that it is intelligence itself that influences alcohol consumption, not all the things that accompany intelligence.
During the past 13 years, the number of food and beverage jobs jumped 25 percent, compared to total U.S employment which increased by four percent, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, making it essential for potential job candidates to be trained and qualified for these competitive positions. One beverage trend that has both students and faculty excited to learn more is craft beer. John Laloganes and Phil Mott, both Assistant Professors in the School of Hospitality, provided valuable insight and advice regarding the creation of this infographic, designed to showcase both the knowledge of Kendall College faculty and alumni, as well as the potential impact and certain growth of the craft beer category.
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This is an old one, but a good one from one of the greatest web comics, http://theoatmeal.com. Seriously, if you have never been to that website before, here is a good place to start http://theoatmeal.com/tag/popular. Without anymore fanfare, here is the infographic put together by Matthew Inman.