Which state drinks the most beer? Hint.......not Wisconsin (General Discussion)

by Thirsty @, Wednesday, May 02, 2018, 17:18 (79 days ago)

5. Wisconsin

Annual per capita consumption: 34.3 gallons of beer
Total beer consumption: 147.1 million gallons
5 yr. consumption change: -2.4%
Bars and restaurants per 100,000 people: 213.8 (9th highest)
Beer tax rate: $0.06 per gallon (3rd lowest)
4. South Dakota

Annual per capita consumption: 38.2 gallons of beer
Total beer consumption: 23.7 million gallons
5 yr. consumption change: +2.8%
Bars and restaurants per 100,000 people: 204.4 (14th highest)
Beer tax rate: $0.27 per gallon (22nd highest)
3. North Dakota

Annual per capita consumption: 38.3 gallons of beer
Total beer consumption: 20.9 million gallons
5 yr. consumption change: -10.3%
Bars and restaurants per 100,000 people: 216.2 (8th highest)
Beer tax rate: $0.39 per gallon (17th highest)
2. Montana

Annual per capita consumption: 39.4 gallons of beer
Total beer consumption: 30.8 million gallons
5 yr. consumption change: +1.4%
Bars and restaurants per 100,000 people: 257.5 (the highest)
Beer tax rate: $0.14 per gallon (11th lowest)
1. New Hampshire

Annual per capita consumption: 40.6 gallons of beer
Total beer consumption: 41.8 million gallons
5 yr. consumption change: -3.5%
Bars and restaurants per 100,000 people: 213.0 (10th highest)
Beer tax rate: $0.30 per gallon (21st highest)

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Which state drinks the most beer? Hint.......not Wisconsin

by gg @, Thursday, May 03, 2018, 00:19 (79 days ago) @ Thirsty

All states where it's cold. And people are bored.

Which state drinks the most beer? Hint.......not Wisconsin

by Suzie Q @, Thursday, May 03, 2018, 15:46 (78 days ago) @ gg

I wonder what the relation to birth rate is?

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Which state drinks the most beer? Hint.......not Wisconsin

by gg @, Saturday, May 05, 2018, 01:32 (77 days ago) @ Suzie Q

:-) It must be pretty high because each generation seems to have more vehicles at the taverns, and more and more taverns. They used to be 4 miles apart like the schools, but they're right next door to each other now (the taverns).

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