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Are stout drinkers more inclined to grow a moustache than non-stout drinkers? What about beards? Are long-bearded predisposed to drink stout than others? I ask as apparently 162,719 pints of Guinness are lost in stout drinker's moustaches and beards every year. Seems an awfully exact number.

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"In monetary terms, this translates into a loss of £423,070 for pint drinkers. "A genuine moustache has been proven to contribute to a significant Guinness wastage, as a result of inter-fibre retention at every sip," the company said in a statement. For those trying to count the cost of their moustache, the research reveals that an average Guinness drinker with a tache like sports presenter Des Lynam is losing over £12 a year, while those with a goatee like pop singer George Michael are £9 out of pocket.
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