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Observational Study of Alcohol Consumption in Natural Settings; the Vancouver Beer Parlor

R. E. Cutler, Thomas Storm

SUMMARY. Observations of patrons in beer parlors in Vancouver, British Columbia, indicate that the rate of drinking is relatively constant. Total consumption and blood alcohol concentration depended primarily on duration of the occasion, which in turn was related to size of the drinking group.