In this article we present results of different experiments with the Beer Distribution Game focusing on decision patterns and the effect of varying information on the decision quality. Besides the known decision patterns such as the ordering heuristic presented by Sterman (1989) and the well investigated bullwhip effect in the Beer Distribution Game, we make two other observations. First, as an extension to available studies, we suggest that decision behavior could be explained by policies that change over time. Second, a non linear relationship between the anchor and the decision is presented and contrasted to the linear heuristic. Information seems to play an important role in the decision making process, but the effect is not necessarily positive. This could be explained by coordination problems. Overall, the complexity of the Beer Distribution Game raises various questions about the experimental design.