You drink 47% more when it's free
- Open bars also increase liquor consumption
According to a study from Niznik Behavioral Health, the average person's alcohol consumption increases 47% if there's an open bar. People are also 52% more likely to drink liquor when it's free. According to the survey, men drink 3.8 drinks at a regular bar, but bump up to 5.6 drinks at an open bar. Women go from 3.1 drinks to 4.6 drinks.