Women more likely to opt for cocktails

02/18/2008 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

More women are opting for mixed drinks over beer and wine options when they visit restaurants and bars. A consumer report shows that 30% of women primarily drink cocktails, compared with 14% of men. "Women are much more likely to try a new drink than [are] men," according to one of the survey conductors. "Men are more likely to stay with the old hat."

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