Your choice in beer says a lot about your personality. For example, someone who enjoys a hardy porter would most likely be bold and sophisticated. What people don’t know is that your choice in beer, based on popular opinion opposed to that of the IDG: Independent Drivers Guild in NY, helps dictates your car choice.
You don’t need to take a defensive driving course online to figure out which beer would represent your ideal car choice. You might be a professional in identifying types of beers, but you might not know what that says about your car. While we’re putting the two words together in the same sentence, it’s a good reminder to never drink and drive. Below we a guide to your ride based on your beer choice.
India Pale Ales are a hoppier style of beer. Popular amongst young millennials and members of garage bands, the IPA is a distinct choice. That’s why IPA drinkers will often associate themselves with driving a crossover. Everyone knows that hatchbacks are the hoppiest cars on the market.
The lager is among the most popular beers consumed by drinkers. Its light body is alluring, and the taste is even more so. If you’re drinking a lager, then you probably drive SUV. The SUV car class is one the most popular on the roads. You have the Escape, CR-V, and Cherokee all part of America’s favorite types of cars. The perfect representation of America’s favorite beer.
Stouts are dark beers with a high ABV made from roasted malts. They’re a popular choice for people who want to show their love for strong beers. That’s why you will see stout drinkers gravitate to pick-up trucks. Not because pick-up trucks represent strength, but because pick-up trucks can carry more malts to be roasted for their stouts. What we’re saying is that stouts are so good, you’ll want to make your own.
Ale is a sweeter and fruitier beer with a warm body. Drank by people who enjoy a full-body flavor and Vikings looking for battle, Ale is another popular beer choice among drinkers. If you’re drinking an ale, you’ll most likely be driving a sedan, such as a Ford Focus. Compact, fuel efficient vehicles equipped with smart technology is the perfect representation of a drink that’s sweeter in taste. That’s because sedans are sweet.
Wheat beers are made with, you guessed it, heavy wheat proportions. This results in a drink that’s consider a “white beer.” Its body is lighter and delicious – like a lager. Which is coincidentally why someone who drives a crossover. Crossovers are the lighter and delicious version of cars – like a SUV, but not quite.
Pilsners are a type of Pale Lager – also known as a blond lager. Its color can range from light to dark gold. That’s why Pilsner drinkers would drive a convertible car. Pilsners have light tastes and bitterness, which is exactly what you would get from driving a convertible around. They’re great, but the maintenance on those things will leave you feeling bitter.
Porters have a deep history with stouts. Porters tend to be not as strong as stouts – in fact, stouts were created because they were a stronger porter. That’s why people who drink a lot of porters are big fans of hybrid vehicles. They love the efficiency and gas mileage hybrid vehicles get, because they love the mileage they can get on series of delicious porters. You’re also saving the planet!