The more glass, the higher the risk sort out with alcohol, according to scientists from Cambridge University. The experiment involved 300 people who attended drinking establishments in 16 weeks.
The bartenders offered to volunteer to drink from different glasses in different days. In the days when wine was served with large glasses of 300 ml, a bar selling alcohol at 9% more than in other days.
Glasses filled only by one third, give the impression of partial fulfillment. Most people think that drink less than they could and as a result drink more than expected. It makes increasingly turn to the bartender for a refill. In a similar way and there are big plates with normal portions.