United States of Beer: For Americans who partake in alcohol, beer is still drink of choice

U.S. Beer cosumption
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Beer consumption per capita (Gallons)
New Hampshire – 40.6
Montana – 39.4
North Dakota – 38.3
South Dakota – 38.2
Wisconsin – 34.3
Maine – 33.8
Nebraska – 33.3
Nevada – 32.9
Vermont – 32.8
Texas – 31.8
Iowa – 31.7
Mississippi – 30.9
South Carolina – 30.9
Louisiana – 29.6
Wyoming – 29.5
Alabama – 28.9
New Mexico – 28.8
Delaware – 28.7
Hawaii – 28.5
Minnesota – 28.4
Colorado – 28.3
Missouri – 27.7
Illinois – 27.4
West Virginia – 27.4
Ohio – 27.3
Arizona – 26.6
Pennsylvania – 26.4
Florida – 26.3
Idaho – 25.9
Kansas – 25.7
Michigan – 25.3
California – 25.1
Oklahoma – 25.1
Washington – 24.7
Tennessee – 24.4
Virginia – 24.4
Arkansas – 23.7
Kentucky – 23.6
Massachusetts – 23.6
Indiana – 23.4
New York – 21.9
New Jersey – 20.6
Connecticut – 20.2
Maryland – 20.2
Utah – 18.7
Oregon – 30
Alaska – 26
North Carolina – 25
Georgia – 24
Rhode Island – 23

Where craft beer is the most popular

Drinking beer became less about the alcoholic content and more about the quality. Craft beer allowed for constantly changing flavors and recipes. With sales estimating for 24 percent of the Uniter states beer market worth almost $115 billion, the global craft beer tendency has been historic.

U.S. States ranked by number of craft breweries (per capita)
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State Vermont is the craft beer capital of the U.S.

Beer consumption per capita (breweries per 100,000 people)
Vermont – 11.5
Montana – 9.6
Maine – 9.6
Oregon – 8.5
Alaska – 6.8
Washington – 6.7
Wyoming – 5.7
New Hampshire – 5.6
Idaho – 4.5
New Mexico – 4.4
Minnesota – 3.9
Wisconsin – 3.7
Nebraska – 3.6
North Carolina – 3.4
Iowa – 3.3
Virginia – 3
Pennsylvania – 2.9
Delaware – 2.9
Indiana – 2.8
California – 2.6
Ohio – 2.6
Soth Dakota – 2.6
Massachusetts – 2.5
Connecticut – 2.2
New York – 2.2
North Dakota – 2.2
Illinois – 2.1
Rhode Island – 2.1
Missouri – 2
Arizona – 1.9
Nevada – 1.8
Kansas – 1.7
Hawaii – 1.7
West Virginia – 1.7
Tennessee – 1.7
South Carolina – 1.6
Maryland – 1.6
Arkansas – 1.6
Kentucky – 1.6
Florida – 1.5
Utah – 1.5
New Jersey – 1.3
Texas – 1.3
Louisiana – 1
Oklahoma – 1
Alabamb – 0.9
Georgia – 0.9
Mississippi – 0.6

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