As I prepare to to leave for a couple weeks of R&R, I leave you with some good news.
From a new Gallup Poll:
PRINCETON, NJ — Beer has regained a comfortable margin over wine when U.S. drinkers are asked to name which alcoholic beverage they most often drink. In recent years, wine had narrowed the gap, including pulling slightly ahead in 2005 (though not by a significant margin), but for the first time since 2002, beer enjoys a better-than-double-digit advantage over wine.
There are pints and pints of interesting data on the link, including charts and graphs. Enjoy.