Those are the only givens, no restriction as to what percentage of the population drinks neither beer nor vodka, but no given as to whether the whole population must drink either of the two.
I'm no mathematician, but in my lay opinion, I visualized this as a "slider" i.e.
Where B is beer, '-' is nothing, and V is vodka. In the above configuration, 60% of the population drinks both. However, on the other extreme
30% of the population drinks both.
Is it safe to say that 30-60% of the population drinks both beer and vodka?
(Friends have explained this to me in a Venn diagram, and they insist that 30% is the only correct answer. I understand that their Venn diagram looks exactly like my "other extreme" visualization, but why is it the only correct answer?).
Edit: It's also been argued that it can't be answered because of "not enough data", but I propose that it can be answered, just not discretely (IDK if that's the correct term, but I mean "definitely 30 or bust").