Study maps how Canadians drink alcohol, eh

on 24/09/10 at 5:47 pm

Booze News, Industry

Bob & Doug McKenzie

If you’re a bar owner in Saskatchewan you’ll want to stock more of the hard stuff than you would in Quebec, where wine is far more popular.

And as a maritime publican, you’ll just want to have a lot.

A new study of drinking habits across the country shows a marked difference in the types and amounts of alcoholic beverages Canadians drink from province to province.

For example, while spirits like rye and vodka account for only 19 per cent of the alcohol consumed in the country, they represent 32 per cent of the drinks poured in Saskatchewan.

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