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Table 2. Apparent alcohol consumption for States, census regions, and the United States, 2015.
[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 99,572 4,481 1.12 7,761 1,001 0.25 6,242 2,565 0.64 8,047 2.00 9
Alaska 14,598 657 1.11 2,424 313 0.53 1,726 709 1.20 1,679 2.84 2
Arizona 144,274 6,492 1.16 17,348 2,238 0.40 10,547 4,335 0.78 13,065 2.34 6
Arkansas 52,176 2,348 0.97 4,064 524 0.22 3,833 1,575 0.65 4,447 1.83 10
California 705,527 31,749 0.99 131,468 16,959 0.53 58,433 24,016 0.75 72,724 2.27 6
Colorado 111,461 5,016 1.12 17,621 2,273 0.51 12,440 5,113 1.14 12,402 2.77 3
Connecticut 56,661 2,550 0.84 14,257 1,839 0.61 6,998 2,876 0.95 7,265 2.41 5
Delaware 21,026 946 1.20 4,428 571 0.72 3,362 1,382 1.75 2,899 3.68 1
Dist. of Columbia 14,601 657 1.14 4,482 578 1.01 2,331 958 1.67 2,193 3.82 1
Florida 421,230 18,955 1.11 67,853 8,753 0.51 40,882 16,803 0.98 44,511 2.60 4
Georgia 186,496 8,392 1.01 15,892 2,050 0.25 13,846 5,691 0.69 16,133 1.95 9
Hawaii 33,666 1,515 1.28 5,008 646 0.55 2,207 907 0.77 3,068 2.59 4
Idaho 27,353 1,231 0.93 11,667 1,505 1.14 2,524 1,037 0.79 3,773 2.86 2
Illinois 264,694 11,911 1.12 35,469 4,576 0.43 20,677 8,498 0.80 24,985 2.36 5
Indiana 117,655 5,294 0.98 11,680 1,507 0.28 11,512 4,731 0.88 11,532 2.13 8
Iowa 76,258 3,432 1.34 4,359 562 0.22 5,136 2,111 0.82 6,105 2.39 5
Kansas 53,787 2,420 1.03 2,507 323 0.14 4,214 1,732 0.74 4,476 1.90 10
Kentucky 79,949 3,598 0.99 6,177 797 0.22 6,751 2,775 0.76 7,169 1.97 9
Louisiana 107,477 4,836 1.27 9,777 1,261 0.33 9,094 3,737 0.98 9,835 2.59 4
Maine 34,596 1,557 1.37 3,752 484 0.43 2,690 1,106 0.97 3,146 2.77 3
Maryland 93,807 4,221 0.85 15,086 1,946 0.39 10,794 4,436 0.89 10,604 2.14 8
Massachusetts 122,977 5,534 0.96 28,777 3,712 0.65 12,703 5,221 0.91 14,467 2.52 5
Michigan 180,826 8,137 0.99 23,339 3,011 0.36 17,911 7,361 0.89 18,509 2.24 7
Minnesota 115,547 5,200 1.16 15,026 1,938 0.43 12,414 5,102 1.14 12,240 2.73 3
Mississippi 70,711 3,182 1.31 3,170 409 0.17 4,528 1,861 0.77 5,452 2.24 7
Missouri 130,326 5,865 1.17 15,062 1,943 0.39 11,764 4,835 0.96 12,643 2.52 4
Montana 30,966 1,393 1.63 3,344 431 0.50 1,991 818 0.95 2,643 3.08 2
Nebraska 45,632 2,053 1.34 2,478 320 0.21 2,673 1,099 0.72 3,472 2.27 6
Nevada 72,566 3,265 1.38 12,044 1,554 0.66 7,408 3,045 1.28 7,864 3.32 1
New Hampshire 47,368 2,132 1.88 7,726 997 0.88 5,394 2,217 1.96 5,345 4.72 1
New Jersey 137,429 6,184 0.83 34,450 4,444 0.60 16,615 6,829 0.92 17,457 2.35 6
New Mexico 46,531 2,094 1.23 3,697 477 0.28 3,059 1,257 0.74 3,828 2.25 7
New York 331,264 14,907 0.90 64,165 8,277 0.50 30,979 12,733 0.77 35,917 2.17 8
North Carolina 193,632 8,713 1.05 26,939 3,475 0.42 12,645 5,197 0.63 17,386 2.10 8
North Dakota 21,618 973 1.57 1,682 217 0.35 1,985 816 1.32 2,006 3.25 1
Ohio 250,449 11,270 1.17 22,115 2,853 0.30 13,000 5,343 0.56 19,466 2.03 9
Oklahoma 75,206 3,384 1.07 4,681 604 0.19 4,832 1,986 0.63 5,974 1.89 10
Oregon 91,439 4,115 1.22 15,043 1,940 0.58 7,374 3,031 0.90 9,086 2.70 4
Pennsylvania 313,348 14,101 1.31 26,456 3,413 0.32 18,330 7,534 0.70 25,047 2.33 6
Rhode Island 19,027 856 0.96 3,991 515 0.57 2,155 886 0.99 2,257 2.52 5
South Carolina 109,089 4,909 1.21 7,834 1,011 0.25 7,819 3,214 0.79 9,133 2.25 7
South Dakota 22,754 1,024 1.48 1,538 198 0.29 1,716 705 1.02 1,928 2.79 3
Tennessee 125,082 5,629 1.03 11,271 1,454 0.27 10,010 4,114 0.76 11,197 2.06 9
Texas 621,189 27,954 1.28 56,192 7,249 0.33 35,776 14,704 0.67 49,906 2.28 6
Utah 32,829 1,477 0.65 3,530 455 0.20 3,003 1,234 0.54 3,167 1.39 10
Vermont 18,693 841 1.57 3,242 418 0.78 948 390 0.73 1,649 3.08 2
Virginia 154,178 6,938 1.00 25,672 3,312 0.48 10,872 4,468 0.64 14,718 2.12 8
Washington 127,751 5,749 0.97 24,028 3,100 0.52 11,017 4,528 0.77 13,376 2.26 7
West Virginia 39,277 1,767 1.14 1,191 154 0.10 1,774 729 0.47 2,650 1.71 10
Wisconsin 147,560 6,640 1.39 14,322 1,848 0.39 13,959 5,737 1.20 14,225 2.98 2
Wyoming 13,182 593 1.24 1,159 150 0.31 1,366 562 1.18 1,304 2.74 3
Regions
Northeast 1,081,363 48,661 1.03 186,815 24,099 0.51 96,811 39,789 0.84 112,550 2.39  
Midwest 1,427,106 64,220 1.15 149,577 19,295 0.35 116,960 48,071 0.86 131,586 2.35  
South 2,464,698 110,911 1.12 272,469 35,148 0.35 185,390 76,195 0.77 222,255 2.24  
West 1,452,142 65,346 1.05 248,381 32,041 0.52 123,096 50,592 0.81 147,980 2.38  
U.S. total 6,425,309 289,139 1.09 857,242 110,584 0.42 522,257 214,648 0.81 614,371 2.32  

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

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