Alcohol consumption from all beverages in the U.S. in 2016, by state (in thousand gallons of ethanol)

Alcohol consumption of all beverages in the U.S. by state 2016 This statistic shows the alcohol consumption of all beverages in the United States in 2016, by state. During this year, the total alcohol consumption in California was 75.14 million gallons of ethanol (pure alcohol). The Health People program initiated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services established a nation-wide objective of no more than 2.1 gallons of alcohol per capita.
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Ethanol consumption in thousand gallons
Alabama8,072
Alaska1,748
Arizona13,112
Arkansas4,392
California75,148
Colorado12,837
Connecticut7,370
Delaware2,954
District of Columbia2,239
Florida46,225
Georgia16,237
Hawaii3,117
Idaho3,924
Illinois24,472
Indiana11,756
Iowa6,164
Kansas4,518
Kentucky7,226
Louisiana9,878
Maine3,201
Maryland10,712
Massachusetts14,804
Michigan19,348
Minnesota12,511
Mississippi5,430
Missouri12,501
Montana2,690
Nebraska3,428
Nevada8,353
New Hampshire5,424
New Jersey17,352
New Mexico3,859
New York36,604
North Carolina17,850
North Dakota2,008
Ohio19,578
Oklahoma5,973
Oregon9,416
Pennsylvania25,302
Rhode Island2,304
South Carolina9,139
South Dakota1,998
Tennessee11,749
Texas51,903
Utah3,119
Vermont1,649
Virginia14,920
Washington13,578
West Virginia2,720
Wisconsin14,288
Wyoming1,271
Ethanol consumption in thousand gallons
Alabama8,072
Alaska1,748
Arizona13,112
Arkansas4,392
California75,148
Colorado12,837
Connecticut7,370
Delaware2,954
District of Columbia2,239
Florida46,225
Georgia16,237
Hawaii3,117
Idaho3,924
Illinois24,472
Indiana11,756
Iowa6,164
Kansas4,518
Kentucky7,226
Louisiana9,878
Maine3,201
Maryland10,712
Massachusetts14,804
Michigan19,348
Minnesota12,511
Mississippi5,430
Missouri12,501
Montana2,690
Nebraska3,428
Nevada8,353
New Hampshire5,424
New Jersey17,352
New Mexico3,859
New York36,604
North Carolina17,850
North Dakota2,008
Ohio19,578
Oklahoma5,973
Oregon9,416
Pennsylvania25,302
Rhode Island2,304
South Carolina9,139
South Dakota1,998
Tennessee11,749
Texas51,903
Utah3,119
Vermont1,649
Virginia14,920
Washington13,578
West Virginia2,720
Wisconsin14,288
Wyoming1,271
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This statistic shows the alcohol consumption of all beverages in the United States in 2016, by state. During this year, the total alcohol consumption in California was 75.14 million gallons of ethanol (pure alcohol). The Health People program initiated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services established a nation-wide objective of no more than 2.1 gallons of alcohol per capita.
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Release date
April 2018
Region
United States
Survey time period
2016
Age group
14 years and older

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