What does your beer say about your political views?
Sam Adams or Heineken?
According to a new study, if you drink Sam Adams beer you are most likely a Republican.
Heineken drinkers, on the other hand, are more likely to be Democrats than any other beer drinkers. The findings were published in the National Journal.
Bud Light fans don't lean toward either party -- the same for those who drink Miller High Life.
According to the study, Dos Equis drinkers are likely nonpartisan. It may come as a surprise because the face of the beer, known as the "Most Interesting Man in the World," hosted a fundraiser for President Obama.
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