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Table 2. Apparent alcohol consumption for States, census regions, and the United States, 2011.
[Volume and ethanol in thousands of gallons, per capita consumption in gallons, based on population age 14 and older]
State or other geographic area Beer Wine Spirits All beverages
Volume Ethanol Per capita Volume Ethanol Per capita Volume Ethanol Per capita Ethanol Per capita U.S. decile
Alabama 99,855 4,493 1.14 7,189 927 0.24 5,640 2,318 0.59 7,739 1.97 9
Alaska 14,688 661 1.15 2,390 308 0.54 1,641 674 1.17 1,644 2.86 2
Arizona 132,998 5,985 1.15 17,662 2,278 0.44 10,193 4,189 0.80 12,453 2.39 5
Arkansas 51,708 2,327 0.98 3,355 433 0.18 3,271 1,344 0.56 4,104 1.72 10
California 643,902 28,976 0.95 134,076 17,296 0.57 53,706 22,073 0.72 68,345 2.23 7
Colorado 110,356 4,966 1.20 15,623 2,015 0.49 10,554 4,338 1.04 11,319 2.73 3
Connecticut 56,930 2,562 0.86 14,248 1,838 0.62 6,359 2,613 0.88 7,013 2.36 5
Delaware 22,324 1,005 1.34 4,027 520 0.69 2,766 1,137 1.52 2,661 3.55 1
Dist. of Columbia 14,085 634 1.19 4,200 542 1.01 2,136 878 1.64 2,054 3.84 1
Florida 401,825 18,082 1.13 60,331 7,783 0.49 36,237 14,893 0.93 40,758 2.55 4
Georgia 182,520 8,213 1.04 15,248 1,967 0.25 12,892 5,299 0.67 15,479 1.97 9
Hawaii 31,118 1,400 1.23 4,646 599 0.53 2,063 848 0.75 2,848 2.50 4
Idaho 27,634 1,244 1.00 8,854 1,142 0.91 2,222 913 0.73 3,299 2.64 3
Illinois 273,195 12,294 1.17 33,068 4,266 0.41 19,353 7,954 0.76 24,514 2.34 6
Indiana 119,157 5,362 1.02 11,180 1,442 0.27 9,433 3,877 0.73 10,681 2.02 8
Iowa 75,645 3,404 1.36 3,644 470 0.19 4,711 1,936 0.77 5,810 2.32 6
Kansas 54,658 2,460 1.07 2,424 313 0.14 3,883 1,596 0.69 4,368 1.90 10
Kentucky 74,645 3,359 0.94 5,342 689 0.19 5,747 2,362 0.66 6,410 1.79 10
Louisiana 112,883 5,080 1.37 8,691 1,121 0.30 7,957 3,270 0.88 9,471 2.56 3
Maine 30,848 1,388 1.23 3,663 473 0.42 2,385 980 0.87 2,841 2.53 4
Maryland 97,817 4,402 0.92 14,430 1,861 0.39 10,400 4,275 0.89 10,538 2.20 7
Massachusetts 125,136 5,631 1.02 27,693 3,572 0.65 11,871 4,879 0.88 14,083 2.55 4
Michigan 194,106 8,735 1.07 22,066 2,847 0.35 16,625 6,833 0.84 18,414 2.26 7
Minnesota 105,908 4,766 1.09 11,478 1,481 0.34 10,672 4,386 1.01 10,633 2.44 5
Mississippi 71,393 3,213 1.34 2,116 273 0.11 4,129 1,697 0.71 5,183 2.16 8
Missouri 135,442 6,095 1.24 13,135 1,694 0.34 10,329 4,245 0.86 12,034 2.45 5
Montana 29,509 1,328 1.61 2,192 283 0.34 1,805 742 0.90 2,353 2.85 2
Nebraska 46,328 2,085 1.41 2,381 307 0.21 2,501 1,028 0.69 3,420 2.31 6
Nevada 70,952 3,193 1.45 10,779 1,391 0.63 6,808 2,798 1.27 7,382 3.35 1
New Hampshire 44,168 1,988 1.79 7,937 1,024 0.92 5,351 2,199 1.98 5,211 4.70 1
New Jersey 143,387 6,452 0.89 32,813 4,233 0.58 15,809 6,497 0.89 17,183 2.37 5
New Mexico 49,089 2,209 1.32 3,972 512 0.31 2,957 1,215 0.72 3,937 2.35 6
New York 320,522 14,423 0.89 62,404 8,050 0.50 28,612 11,760 0.73 34,233 2.11 8
North Carolina 183,663 8,265 1.05 22,837 2,946 0.37 11,165 4,589 0.58 15,800 2.01 9
North Dakota 20,836 938 1.66 1,144 148 0.26 1,734 713 1.26 1,798 3.18 1
Ohio 254,295 11,443 1.21 20,751 2,677 0.28 11,416 4,692 0.49 18,812 1.98 9
Oklahoma 76,770 3,455 1.13 4,413 569 0.19 4,441 1,825 0.60 5,849 1.91 9
Oregon 84,066 3,783 1.18 12,376 1,597 0.50 6,602 2,713 0.85 8,093 2.53 4
Pennsylvania 315,878 14,215 1.34 18,693 2,411 0.23 16,771 6,893 0.65 23,519 2.21 7
Rhode Island 22,275 1,002 1.13 3,735 482 0.54 2,056 845 0.95 2,329 2.63 3
South Carolina 108,698 4,891 1.27 7,364 950 0.25 7,283 2,993 0.78 8,835 2.30 6
South Dakota 22,185 998 1.50 1,449 187 0.28 1,569 645 0.97 1,830 2.75 2
Tennessee 132,071 5,943 1.13 9,929 1,281 0.24 8,402 3,453 0.66 10,677 2.03 8
Texas 606,197 27,279 1.35 48,084 6,203 0.31 30,054 12,352 0.61 45,834 2.27 6
Utah 31,973 1,439 0.68 2,969 383 0.18 2,531 1,040 0.49 2,862 1.35 10
Vermont 16,538 744 1.40 2,804 362 0.68 920 378 0.71 1,484 2.79 2
Virginia 155,768 7,010 1.05 23,593 3,043 0.46 9,792 4,025 0.60 14,078 2.11 8
Washington 115,875 5,214 0.93 23,164 2,988 0.53 10,148 4,171 0.74 12,373 2.21 7
West Virginia 42,320 1,904 1.22 2,024 261 0.17 1,751 720 0.46 2,885 1.85 10
Wisconsin 150,210 6,759 1.44 13,419 1,731 0.37 13,201 5,426 1.16 13,916 2.97 2
Wyoming 13,177 593 1.28 790 102 0.22 1,232 506 1.10 1,201 2.60 3
Regions
Northeast 1,075,682 48,406 1.05 173,991 22,445 0.49 90,134 37,045 0.80 107,896 2.33  
Midwest 1,451,965 65,338 1.19 136,140 17,562 0.32 105,427 43,331 0.79 126,231 2.30  
South 2,434,541 109,554 1.16 243,173 31,369 0.33 164,063 67,430 0.71 208,354 2.21  
West 1,355,337 60,990 1.03 239,493 30,895 0.52 112,461 46,222 0.78 138,106 2.34  
U.S. total 6,317,525 284,289 1.12 792,797 102,271 0.40 472,085 194,027 0.76 580,587 2.28  

Decile values (1 = highest) apply only to State-level data. Numbers may not sum because of rounding.

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