Shouting out your next order at the bar can spring a lot more than a pint in each hand. The type of beer you order tells your bussie, the hottie next to you, and the remaining venue’s patrons the ins and outs of your personality- all from that little long neck and it’s label.
Unsure as to what your beer says about you? Take a look at the list below and prepare to find the truth in your ale of choice.
You like the honesty of a good beer, but truly believe that you are one rig above the rest (you do drink from a golden labelled bottle, after all). You’re older, and believe yourself to be a little more mature and cultured than the venue’s other patrons. Culture, unfortunately for you, however, means watching Australia’s next wicket from the corporate box.
Whether you prefer to add a slice of lemon, or a slice of lime- there’s much of a muchness with Corona drinkers. Each and every photo in your Facebook album is tinted by the likes of Instagram, and you’re sure that choosing a beer inspired by Mexico makes you seem well travelled. You usually only drink craft beer- because even micro breweries are too mainstream.
Straight up and down- you play by the books. Predictable as ever- what you order from the bar is no different from what you stock in the fridge at home. When confronted with the choice of trying another lager, or another job or interest for that matter- your answer is a clean and simple “no”. You know how you like it and you know who you trust.
It’s all about image for the Pure Blonde drinker- whether you’re a guy or a girl, you’re likely to love blondes not only in the bottle but also in the bedroom. Not only are you concerned about the image of your partner, you’re also actively vain when it comes to your own looks. Drinking Pure Blonde, a light, low carbohydrate lager, means you can keep tabs on those creeping calories between your gym workouts.
Coopers Original Pale Ale
Keen to support Australian brewery’s but determined to be yourself- the Cooper’s beer drinker likes to maintain their left of centre image whilst remaining ‘safe’ and ‘likeable’ with patriotism in tow. You like the fact that Coopers isn’t everyone in the room’s first beer of choice, you wouldn’t have it any other way.