How did Kansas City fans celebrate Superbowl LIV? With responsible consumption of a favored ETOH. Find out who drinks what with a short post-season quiz.
The link between football and alcohol is all-American, from college-game tail-gates and sports bar huddles to enjoying the easy chair and a few beers at home on a Sunday.Recently Alcohol. Org, a resource provided by American Addiction Centers, surveyed more than 2250 NFL fans online about their favorite teams, average drinking habits on game days, and their preferred alcoholic beverage. Kansas City fans most likely toasted the Chiefs with local craft beer-the fan favorite. With the 2019-2020 season behind us, find out how well you know the tastes of your patients who are American football fans with these 9 questions.
Answer: C. The Seattle Seahawks & the SF 49ers. Local craft beer is the favorite among San Francisco fans (43.5%) and Seahawk fans (42.9%).
Answer: D.The Washington Redskins. Approximately 17% of Redskins fans will lift a non-local craft beer while watching a game.
3. As for non-craft domestic beer, which team has at least 25% of fans who choose this brew on game day?
Answer: All of them. At least ¼ of the fans who follow these teams go for a good cold non-craft domestic beer or 2 during a game.
5. Wine does not get a lot of love among NFL fans, with one group proving an exception. Which team do those fans follow?
Answer: C. The New England Patriots. Almost one-quarter-23.8%-of Pats fans prefer a good Malbec, Chardonnay, or other grape-based ETOH along with an NFL game.
5. Fans of only 4 NFL teams prefer a cocktail to a local craft, a domestic, or imported beer as they watch the game. Which 4?
Answer: A. Fans of these 4 teams prefer a cocktail to a brew of any type: Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Indianapolis Colts, New England Patriots, Dallas Cowboys.
Answer: C. The Atlanta Falcons. While 21.7% of Falcons fans enjoy non-craft domestic beer and 17.4% are fans of local craft beer, 30.4% identified straight liquor as their drink of choice on game day.
Answer: C. The Indianapolis Colts. Slightly more than one-quarter (26.5%) of Colts fans report they don’t drink.
A Few Final Notes. The Alcohol.org survey also asked NFL fans about getting home safely after drinking and whether they had responded to TV advertising during a game by purchasing an alcohol product. A Super Bowl party presents a near-perfect environment for binge drinking which can lead to severe injury and even death.
Alcohol.org seeks to support those who are battling with alcohol addiction by providing readily available resources. "It’s all fun and games," the web site notes, "until things go too far..."
Celebrate safely, always.