In the same vein as my previous post on beer sales analysis at Chuck’s Hop Shop, I wanted to make a similar analysis but this time focus on Super Bowl Sunday sales. Similar to last time, I made a few assumptions:
- A keg is on tap until it is empty.
- Each keg only serves pints of beer.
- A pint is the only unit served (ie no 8 oz. pours).
Anyways, here is a brief summary of beers on tap for the shortest amount of time on Sunday:
|Brewery||Beer||Hours on tap|
|Cloudburst||Psycho Hose Beast…||0.25|
|Iron Fist||Mint Chocolate Im…||1.00|
|Ballast Point||Watermelon Dorado…||1.00|
|Seattle Cider||Semi-Sweet Cider||3.00|
|Deschutes||Abyss ‘15 ½ Pint||3.00|
Time on tap vs. ABV
Did beer with higher ABV sell faster?
Time on tap vs. cost
Did more expensive beer sell faster?
What does the relation between cost per pint and ABV look like?
Once again, all code lives here