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Table 2. Apparent alcohol consumption for States, census regions, and the United States, 2014.
[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 99,945 4,498 1.12 7,858 1,014 0.25 5,988 2,461 0.62 7,972 1.99 9
Alaska 14,582 656 1.11 2,367 305 0.52 1,672 687 1.16 1,649 2.79 3
Arizona 143,325 6,450 1.18 17,123 2,209 0.40 10,475 4,305 0.79 12,964 2.37 5
Arkansas 51,560 2,320 0.96 3,991 515 0.21 3,633 1,493 0.62 4,328 1.79 10
California 697,629 31,393 0.99 143,831 18,554 0.58 55,968 23,003 0.73 72,950 2.30 6
Colorado 111,249 5,006 1.14 17,448 2,251 0.51 11,797 4,849 1.11 12,106 2.76 3
Connecticut 56,478 2,542 0.84 14,069 1,815 0.60 6,735 2,768 0.92 7,125 2.36 6
Delaware 20,854 938 1.21 4,340 560 0.72 3,145 1,293 1.66 2,791 3.59 1
Dist. of Columbia 14,513 653 1.16 4,430 571 1.01 2,301 946 1.68 2,170 3.85 1
Florida 407,956 18,358 1.09 66,681 8,602 0.51 40,038 16,456 0.98 43,416 2.59 4
Georgia 185,490 8,347 1.02 15,748 2,031 0.25 13,734 5,645 0.69 16,023 1.96 9
Hawaii 33,143 1,491 1.27 4,954 639 0.54 2,204 906 0.77 3,036 2.58 4
Idaho 26,712 1,202 0.93 11,299 1,458 1.12 2,436 1,001 0.77 3,661 2.82 2
Illinois 263,212 11,845 1.12 34,810 4,491 0.42 20,020 8,228 0.78 24,563 2.32 6
Indiana 123,480 5,557 1.03 10,624 1,370 0.25 8,924 3,668 0.68 10,595 1.97 9
Iowa 74,737 3,363 1.32 4,418 570 0.22 4,979 2,046 0.80 5,980 2.35 6
Kansas 53,769 2,420 1.03 2,496 322 0.14 4,283 1,760 0.75 4,502 1.92 9
Kentucky 75,943 3,417 0.94 5,931 765 0.21 6,386 2,625 0.72 6,807 1.88 10
Louisiana 109,508 4,928 1.30 9,552 1,232 0.33 8,777 3,608 0.95 9,768 2.58 4
Maine 34,245 1,541 1.36 3,723 480 0.42 2,564 1,054 0.93 3,075 2.71 3
Maryland 93,857 4,224 0.86 15,017 1,937 0.39 10,763 4,423 0.90 10,584 2.15 8
Massachusetts 123,779 5,570 0.98 29,150 3,760 0.66 12,589 5,174 0.91 14,504 2.55 4
Michigan 192,738 8,673 1.05 24,687 3,185 0.39 17,639 7,250 0.88 19,107 2.32 6
Minnesota 112,486 5,062 1.13 15,076 1,945 0.44 13,374 5,497 1.23 12,504 2.80 2
Mississippi 71,415 3,214 1.32 3,078 397 0.16 4,407 1,811 0.75 5,422 2.23 7
Missouri 128,761 5,794 1.16 13,818 1,783 0.36 10,699 4,397 0.88 11,974 2.40 5
Montana 30,581 1,376 1.62 3,266 421 0.50 1,981 814 0.96 2,612 3.08 2
Nebraska 46,148 2,077 1.37 2,468 318 0.21 2,632 1,082 0.71 3,477 2.29 7
Nevada 72,436 3,260 1.40 11,804 1,523 0.65 7,342 3,017 1.30 7,800 3.35 1
New Hampshire 42,420 1,909 1.69 7,789 1,005 0.89 5,387 2,214 1.96 5,128 4.55 1
New Jersey 137,420 6,184 0.84 35,327 4,557 0.62 16,548 6,801 0.92 17,542 2.37 5
New Mexico 48,571 2,186 1.29 4,106 530 0.31 3,371 1,385 0.82 4,101 2.42 5
New York 328,356 14,776 0.90 68,237 8,803 0.53 30,622 12,585 0.76 36,164 2.19 8
North Carolina 188,662 8,490 1.04 25,879 3,338 0.41 12,148 4,993 0.61 16,821 2.06 8
North Dakota 22,541 1,013 1.67 1,632 211 0.35 2,049 842 1.39 2,066 3.41 1
Ohio 253,350 11,401 1.19 22,065 2,846 0.30 12,600 5,179 0.54 19,426 2.03 8
Oklahoma 75,983 3,419 1.09 4,635 598 0.19 4,788 1,968 0.63 5,985 1.91 10
Oregon 90,538 4,074 1.23 14,526 1,874 0.57 7,206 2,962 0.90 8,910 2.69 4
Pennsylvania 315,653 14,204 1.32 26,229 3,384 0.32 18,355 7,544 0.70 25,132 2.34 6
Rhode Island 20,160 907 1.01 3,555 459 0.51 1,872 769 0.86 2,135 2.39 5
South Carolina 109,080 4,909 1.23 7,788 1,005 0.25 7,741 3,182 0.80 9,095 2.28 7
South Dakota 22,860 1,029 1.50 1,351 174 0.25 1,646 677 0.98 1,880 2.73 3
Tennessee 124,054 5,582 1.03 10,649 1,374 0.25 9,510 3,908 0.72 10,865 2.01 9
Texas 594,723 26,763 1.25 54,806 7,070 0.33 33,979 13,965 0.65 47,798 2.23 7
Utah 32,535 1,464 0.66 3,303 426 0.19 2,805 1,153 0.52 3,043 1.37 10
Vermont 18,473 831 1.55 3,231 417 0.78 941 387 0.72 1,635 3.05 2
Virginia 153,586 6,911 1.01 25,192 3,250 0.47 10,531 4,328 0.63 14,489 2.11 8
Washington 124,763 5,614 0.97 23,935 3,088 0.53 10,746 4,417 0.76 13,119 2.26 7
West Virginia 41,985 1,889 1.21 1,179 152 0.10 1,772 728 0.47 2,770 1.78 10
Wisconsin 149,468 6,726 1.41 13,925 1,796 0.38 13,696 5,629 1.18 14,151 2.97 2
Wyoming 13,232 595 1.25 1,130 146 0.31 1,339 550 1.16 1,292 2.71 3
Regions
Northeast 1,076,985 48,464 1.03 191,310 24,679 0.53 95,613 39,297 0.84 112,440 2.39  
Midwest 1,443,524 64,959 1.17 147,369 19,011 0.34 112,542 46,255 0.83 130,224 2.34  
South 2,419,113 108,860 1.11 266,753 34,411 0.35 179,641 73,832 0.75 217,104 2.22  
West 1,439,295 64,768 1.06 259,092 33,423 0.54 119,343 49,050 0.80 147,241 2.40  
U.S. total 6,378,916 287,051 1.10 864,524 111,524 0.43 507,139 208,434 0.80 607,009 2.32  

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

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