Coffee or Beer? What’s best to stimulate your thinking? [Infographic]

When I need to be creative and write another article or blog I know I tend to grab a coffee and sit in front of my computer.

But I just read that some people turn to beer instead. coffee cafe culture friend relax life enjoy happy work job


Well the infographic below by Ryoko Iwata on I Love Coffee explains the difference between beer and coffee is the difference between creativity and productivity.

Essentially while beer can help loosen up your inhibitions and make you more creative, it can also shorten your memory and decrease your focus.

On the other hand, coffee provides you with energy and improve your focus.

Beer Or Coffee


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'Coffee or Beer? What’s best to stimulate your thinking? [Infographic]' have 2 comments


    March 28, 2016 Peter

    ? got it drink beer then coffee and not the other way around, what about wine though?


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