Drinking Socially – What’s your poison?

Drinking culture is generally used to refer to the social practices associated with consuming alcoholic beverages.

In a social setting, ‘casual drinking’ generally refers to drinking without planning to get totally hammered. The English language has coined numerous terms to describe social drinking occasions such as ‘wet the baby’s head’ or ‘one for the road’ (less used now for obvious reasons). However, what are we actually drinking?


GMR research recently looked into statistics on social drinking behaviour, the results of which can be seen below!

Drinking Socially



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