In this showdown, some beer enthusiasts prefer David over Goliath. But many drinkers aren’t aware of the difference between the two—and if they do, they might not care much.
Is black the new pale yellow? Things are looking that way when it comes to beer.
Over the next few days, you’ll be able to grab a coffee, visit a museum, enjoy lunch out at a restaurant, rent some DVDs, and even throw back a bottle of beer for free. You’ll also be able to avoid paying fees while using an ATM …
He owns a successful investment firm, employs 1,000 people, and is worth hundreds of millions of dollars. He also brings a homemade lunch to the office every day, had the office carpet repaired with duct tape, pays “only for the meat” and nothing else at holiday parties, and, after company meetings, gathers up paper clips so they can be reused.
He owns one of the largest beer companies in the U.S., and yet he drinks coffee out of Styrofoam cups—and then rinses the cups out so he can reuse them.