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What Should I Drink? Beer Edition (Flowchart)

Posted By: on December 14, 2009
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In conjunction with the amazingly useful, humorous and insightful Sloshspot.com we’ve put together another flowchart to make your decision making that much easier.

Just in time for those wonderful Holiday parties, Eating The Road to the rescue. We figured you may need this one a bit more than the others seeing that you may be a little…ahh, under the influence. Due to that, please use this chart with caution and responsibility. If you have not heeded that advice there is always this wonderful video on how to hold your liquor and here is a list of hangover cures. Also, in maybe one of the most genius Holiday creations ever, here is a Scottish Advent Calendar.

You may also enjoy our other flowcharts:
Fast Food
Cereal
Chain Restaurant
Freezer Aisle
Candy
Produce Aisle

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What Should I Drink - Beer

10 Responses to “What Should I Drink? Beer Edition (Flowchart)”

  1. nate says:

    dos equis is mexican not french or russian

  2. Heesa Phadie says:

    @Nate – You must not know "The Most Interesting Man in the World"
    http://www.eatmedaily.com/2009/06/new-the-most-in

  3. carlsbad says:

    Can I buy a poster of this? Please?

  4. Emmett says:

    What is the $500 option?

  5. Kim says:

    The $500 option is Sam Adams Utopias… Brewed every other year and known for being the beer with the highest alcohol content. I think you can find bottles for around $300… but it's definitely a dedication! Serving size is roughly 2 ounces.

  6. food warmer says:

    Fine information, many thanks to the author. It is incomprehensible to me today, but in general, the usefulness and significance is overwhelming. Thanks again and also fine luck!

  7. i'm_right says:

    I agree with most of it with a few exceptions

    Guinness is way too high on the list

    Under yes for reusable bag: SN is correct (they do solar power and other “green” things) Anderson brewing should also be listed (they were the first “solar powered brewery”) All of the European brewers should removed not only do the suck (Stella I’m talking to you) but they have HUGE carbon footprint.

    <$500 love of beer: Alaskan is does some OK beers but they are mostly mediocre. Full Sail should barely (or should I say, barley haha) make the list. Lots of much better beers that should bump these two off the list.

  8. Is there really a good method to prevent hangovers? I doubt it.

  9. Stoned says:

    Yuengling???

  10. james says:

    i was actually in scotland when a friend of mine sent this to me, and we then went on a search for brew dog… and it was incredible, so thank you!

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