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Per capita alcohol consumption of all beverages in the U.S. by state 2017

Alcohol consumption per capita from all beverages in the U.S. in 2017, by state (in gallons of ethanol)

by John Elflein, last edited Jun 27, 2019
Per capita alcohol consumption of all beverages in the U.S. by state 2017 New Hampshire is currently the state with the highest per capita alcohol consumption in the United States. Per capita alcohol consumption has increased since the mid-1990s with beer as the most commonly consumed alcoholic beverage. The beer market in the U.S. was estimated to amount to approximately 79 billion dollars in 2019.
Binge drinking

Although New Hampshire consumes the highest amount of alcohol per capita, it reports lower rates of binge drinking than other states. The states with the highest binge drinking rates include North Dakota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Nebraska. Binge drinking is typically defined as the consumption of 5 or more drinks within 2 hours for men and 4 or more drinks within 2 hours for woman. Binge drinking is the most common form of excessive alcohol use and is associated with serious risks.

Binge drinking risks

Health risks associated with binge drinking include cancer, chronic diseases such as liver disease and heart disease, alcohol dependence, and unintentional injury such as from car crashes. Although the dangers from drinking and driving are clear it remains a problem across the United States. In 2017, around 14 percent of those aged 21 to 25 reported driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol in the preceding year.
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by John Elflein, last edited Jun 27, 2019
New Hampshire is currently the state with the highest per capita alcohol consumption in the United States. Per capita alcohol consumption has increased since the mid-1990s with beer as the most commonly consumed alcoholic beverage. The beer market in the U.S. was estimated to amount to approximately 79 billion dollars in 2019.
Binge drinking

Although New Hampshire consumes the highest amount of alcohol per capita, it reports lower rates of binge drinking than other states. The states with the highest binge drinking rates include North Dakota, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Nebraska. Binge drinking is typically defined as the consumption of 5 or more drinks within 2 hours for men and 4 or more drinks within 2 hours for woman. Binge drinking is the most common form of excessive alcohol use and is associated with serious risks.

Binge drinking risks

Health risks associated with binge drinking include cancer, chronic diseases such as liver disease and heart disease, alcohol dependence, and unintentional injury such as from car crashes. Although the dangers from drinking and driving are clear it remains a problem across the United States. In 2017, around 14 percent of those aged 21 to 25 reported driving a vehicle while under the influence of alcohol in the preceding year.
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