One glass of wine is drunk for every three bottles of beer.
Wine is nearly 50 percent stronger than beer.
The global beer industry is forecast to have a value of $496.6 billion in 2014.
The global wine industry is expected to reach $327.8 billion in 2016.
Snow Beer in China is the most popular beer, with 74.8 million barrels sold in 2012.
The four key ingredients in beer are water, yeast, malt and hops. The key ingredient in wine? Grapes.
In Czech Republic, the average person drinks 346 12-ounce bottles of beer per year — the most of any other country.
Vatican City consumes more wine than any other country at 365 glasses per year, per person.
The world’s most expensive wine costs $168,000 per bottle. It is Penfolds Limited Edition Ampoule from Australia. Only 12 bottles exist worldwide.
Pale lagers and pilsners account for the top 10 most popular beer brands in the world.
At 65 percent alcohol by volume, Armageddon from Brewmaster in Scotland is the world’s strongest beer.
Sherry wine has the highest alcohol content by volume at 22 percent, followed by Port Wine at 20 percent.
At 15 percent per volume, Barley Wine has the highest alcohol content among beer.
Barley Wine is called ‘wine’ because of its high alcohol content but is actually a style of ale.
Beer contains high levels of silicon, which have been found to increase mineral density in bones, according to researchers.
Beer is easiest on the kidneys among alcoholic beverages because it has the highest water content.