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Table 4 Pilot trial data

From: The effect of alcohol strength on alcohol consumption: findings from a randomised controlled cross-over pilot trial

  Mean (reduced-strength lager, n = 36), SD, (95% CI) Mean (regular-strength lager, n = 36), SD, (95% CI) Mean difference (mean reduced-strength lager minus mean regular-strength lager), SD, (95% CI)
Alcohol consumption (UK units) 8.28, SD = 4.17 (6.87 to 9.69) 12.04, SD = 5.33 (10.24 to 13.84) − 3.76, SD = 3.69 (− 5.01 to − 2.52)
Alcohol consumption (grams) 65.78, SD = 33.51 (54.44 to 77.12) 96.34, SD = 42.61 (81.92 to 110.75) − 30.56, SD = 29.83 (− 40.65 to − 20.46)
Pints consumed 4.14, SD = 2.09 (3.43 to 4.84) 4.45, SD = 1.96 (3.79 to 5.12) − 0.31, SD = 1.51 (− 0.82 to 0.20)
Study session duration (hh:mm) 2:33, SD = 0:51 (2:12 to 2:53) 2:39, SD = 0:52 (2:18 to 3:00) − 0:06, SD = 0:41 (− 0:23 to 0:10)
Pleasantness of taste 4.86, SD = 2.73 (3.94 to 5.79) 5.81, SD = 2.13 (5.09 to 6.53) − 0.95, SD = 3.43 (− 2.11 to 0.21)
Enjoyment 4.79, SD = 2.79 (3.53 to 5.89) 6.23, SD = 2.21 (5.40 to 7.27) − 1.44, SD = 3.54 (− 2.64 to − 0.24)
Perceived intoxication 4.09, SD = 1.91 (3.44 to 4.73) 5.09, SD = 1.97 (4.42 to 5.76) − 1.00, SD = 1.79 (− 1.61 to -0.40)