Alcohol purchasing by the U.S. state

Findings are based on alcoholic beverage purchasing data, collected from the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

Alcohol purchasing by the U.S. state
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The 10 states that purchase the most bear (gallons of ethanol per capita)

  1. New Hampshire – 2.0963
  2. North Dakota – 1.8437
  3. Montana – 1.8020
  4. Vermont – 1.7634
  5. South Dakota – 1.6447
  6. Nevada – 1.5717
  7. Wisconsin – 1.5327
  8. Maine – 1.5079
  9. Texas – 1.4886
  10. Nebraska – 1.4758

The 10 states that purchase the most wine (gallons of ethanol per capita)

  1. Idaho – 1.3510
  2. District of Columbia – 1.1334
  3. New Hampshire – 0.9887
  4. Vermont – 0.8897
  5. Delaware – 0.8191
  6. Massachusetts – 0.7284
  7. Connecticut – 0.6983
  8. Nevada – 0.6809
  9. California – 0.6692
  10. Oregon – 0.6670

The 10 states that purchase the most spirits (gallons of ethanol per capita)

  1. New Hampshire – 2.2421
  2. Delwere – 2.0010
  3. District Columbia – 1.8585
  4. Nevada – 1.6045
  5. North Dakota – 1.4533
  6. Alaska – 1.3913
  7. Wisconsin – 1.3705
  8. Minnisota – 1.3200
  9. Wayoming – 1.3133
  10. Colorado – 1.3004

The 10 states that purchase the most alcohol (gallons of ethanol per capita)

  1. New Hempshire – 5.3271
  2. District of Columbia – 4.2381
  3. Delawere – 4.1556
  4. Nevada – 3.8571
  5. North Dakota – 3.6750
  6. Vermont – 3.4746
  7. Montana – 3.4697
  8. Wisconsin – 3.3573
  9. Idaho – 3.3247
  10. Alaska – 3.3191

The total alcohol consumption a nation-wide objective of no more than 2.1 gallons of alcohol per capita.

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