Alcohol content variation of bar and restaurant drinks in Northern California.

  title={Alcohol content variation of bar and restaurant drinks in Northern California.},
  author={William C. Kerr and Deidre Patterson and Mary Albert Koenen and Thomas K Greenfield},
  journal={Alcoholism, clinical and experimental research},
  volume={32 9},
OBJECTIVE To estimate the average of and sources of variation in the alcohol content of drinks served on premise in 10 Northern Californian counties. METHODS Focus groups of bartenders were conducted to evaluate potential sources of drink alcohol content variation. In the main study, 80 establishments were visited by a team of research personnel who purchased and measured the volume of particular beer, wine, and spirit drinks. Brand or analysis of a sample of the drink was used to determine… CONTINUE READING


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