Archive for January, 2018
Golf is a difficult sport played by people who have a deep distrust in their own abilities to play other, more athletic sports like soccer, basketball, baseball, hockey, tennis, rock climbing, and more. Golf is a difficult sport because it is demanding in more ways than physically. It challenges the mental aspect of a person.
Golf is a game that is played by human beings on courses that are called golf courses. These courses are made of grass. They are carved out of the land of a certain area. They have sand traps, which are called bunkers. They have ridges and valleys. They have long places where the grass is short. They have long places where the grass is long.
There are some statistics surrounding golf courses. They a
Americans like coffee. Americans like coffee so much that they consume billions of dollars worth of it per year. And that’s just at large chains like Starbucks. The amount of coffee consumed in America is more than the coffee consumed than in any other country in the world. It is the mostly widely consumed drug in America, and the world at large.
There are many statistics about coffee that are worth noting in this article. Some concern the behaviors of male coffee drinkers versus female coffee drinkers. Some of them concern the industry as a whole or at large. Some concern the difference between chain coffee shops like Starbucks and smaller, independent coffee shops. They are as follows.
- The retail value of the U.S. coffee market is estimated to be $48 billion dollars with specialty com
The American craft beer market is currently worth about $23.5 billion, and the number of brewers in the country is higher than it has ever been: 4,269 in 2015. Small and independent craft brewers are a growing share of that market, claiming 12% and growing.
And as American branch out into the independent brewing market, they’re getting a bit pickier, too. More and more people are drinking craft beer instead of the old big name labels, and among those who do, 84% like to choose their beer according to the season.
If you?re already choosing your craft beer according to the time of year, then you know exactly what beer you want and where to get it. The question is, do you always have to go out to get the good stuff, especially if you love beers that only come draft or keg?
Enter the growler, and he