Straight-sided beer and cider glasses to reduce alcohol sales for on-site consumption: A randomised crossover trial in bars

This was a randomised four-period crossover (i.e., multiple-treatment reversal) trial to estimate the impact of serving lager, ale and cider in straight-sided glasses on alcohol consumption in public houses and bars. Twenty-four bars in the UK took part. All participating venues completed two intervention periods (serving draught beer in straight-sided glasses) and two control periods (serving draught beer in the venue’s usual glasses), lasting a total of 8 weeks. The primary outcome was the mean volume (in litres) of draught lager, ale and cider (combined) sold weekly, which was compared between intervention and control periods.

Creator(s) Laura Brocklebank, Anna Blackwell, Theresa Marteau, Gareth Hollands, Paul Fletcher, Katie De-loyde, Richard Morris, Mark Pilling, Rachel Pechey, Olivia Maynard, Angela Attwood, Marcus Munafo
Publication date 14 Apr 2021
Language eng
Publisher University of Bristol
Licence Non-Commercial Government Licence for public sector information
DOI 10.5523/bris.3lvmtuw50swi329zj45b2isija
Complete download (zip) https://data.bris.ac.uk/datasets/3lvmtuw50swi329zj45b2isija/3lvmtuw50swi329zj45b2isija.zip
Citation Laura Brocklebank, Anna Blackwell, Theresa Marteau, Gareth Hollands, Paul Fletcher, Katie De-loyde, Richard Morris, Mark Pilling, Rachel Pechey, Olivia Maynard, Angela Attwood, Marcus Munafo (2021): Straight-sided beer and cider glasses to reduce alcohol sales for on-site consumption: A randomised crossover trial in bars. https://doi.org/10.5523/bris.3lvmtuw50swi329zj45b2isija
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