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Home » Publications » Surveillance Reports » Surveillance Report #113
Table 2. Apparent alcohol consumption for States, census regions, and the United States, 2017.
[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 95,387 4,292 1.06 8,120 1,048 0.26 6,535 2,686 0.67 8,026 1.99 9
Alaska 14,006 630 1.06 2,432 314 0.53 1,757 722 1.22 1,666 2.81 3
Arizona 142,228 6,400 1.11 17,599 2,270 0.39 11,080 4,554 0.79 13,224 2.30 6
Arkansas 50,336 2,265 0.92 4,336 559 0.23 3,987 1,639 0.67 4,463 1.82 10
California 679,723 30,588 0.94 145,969 18,830 0.58 61,835 25,414 0.78 74,832 2.30 6
Colorado 117,582 5,291 1.14 18,485 2,385 0.52 13,402 5,508 1.19 13,184 2.85 3
Connecticut 54,948 2,473 0.82 14,084 1,817 0.60 7,230 2,971 0.98 7,261 2.40 5
Delaware 20,486 922 1.15 4,465 576 0.72 3,404 1,399 1.74 2,897 3.60 1
Dist. of Columbia 14,477 651 1.10 4,688 605 1.02 2,422 995 1.69 2,252 3.81 1
Florida 421,631 18,973 1.07 72,108 9,302 0.52 44,732 18,385 1.04 46,660 2.63 4
Georgia 183,613 8,263 0.97 16,429 2,119 0.25 14,519 5,967 0.70 16,349 1.92 10
Hawaii 33,821 1,522 1.28 5,318 686 0.58 2,257 928 0.78 3,136 2.65 4
Idaho 27,671 1,245 0.91 12,700 1,638 1.19 2,734 1,124 0.82 4,007 2.92 2
Illinois 257,845 11,603 1.10 36,749 4,741 0.45 21,398 8,795 0.83 25,138 2.38 5
Indiana 117,420 5,284 0.97 12,318 1,589 0.29 11,314 4,650 0.85 11,523 2.11 8
Iowa 72,660 3,270 1.27 4,762 614 0.24 5,589 2,297 0.89 6,181 2.40 5
Kansas 53,915 2,426 1.03 2,632 340 0.14 4,602 1,891 0.80 4,657 1.97 9
Kentucky 77,010 3,465 0.94 5,941 766 0.21 7,328 3,012 0.82 7,244 1.97 9
Louisiana 104,780 4,715 1.23 9,895 1,276 0.33 9,228 3,793 0.99 9,784 2.56 5
Maine 34,286 1,543 1.35 3,917 505 0.44 2,936 1,207 1.05 3,255 2.84 3
Maryland 90,649 4,079 0.81 15,450 1,993 0.40 11,210 4,607 0.92 10,680 2.13 8
Massachusetts 122,373 5,507 0.95 29,569 3,814 0.66 13,789 5,667 0.97 14,988 2.58 4
Michigan 186,717 8,402 1.01 25,515 3,291 0.40 18,872 7,756 0.93 19,450 2.34 6
Minnesota 116,097 5,224 1.14 15,588 2,011 0.44 13,152 5,406 1.18 12,641 2.77 3
Mississippi 67,642 3,044 1.25 3,331 430 0.18 4,591 1,887 0.78 5,360 2.20 7
Missouri 127,055 5,717 1.13 15,150 1,954 0.39 12,378 5,087 1.01 12,759 2.53 5
Montana 31,229 1,405 1.61 3,471 448 0.51 2,081 855 0.98 2,708 3.11 2
Nebraska 43,245 1,946 1.26 2,608 336 0.22 2,720 1,118 0.72 3,401 2.20 7
Nevada 75,764 3,409 1.38 11,548 1,490 0.60 8,681 3,568 1.45 8,467 3.43 1
New Hampshire 46,996 2,115 1.84 7,804 1,007 0.88 5,653 2,323 2.02 5,445 4.74 1
New Jersey 131,936 5,937 0.79 34,074 4,396 0.59 17,267 7,097 0.95 17,429 2.33 6
New Mexico 40,147 1,807 1.06 3,929 507 0.30 3,382 1,390 0.81 3,703 2.16 8
New York 328,659 14,790 0.89 68,378 8,821 0.53 31,619 12,995 0.78 36,606 2.20 7
North Carolina 197,559 8,890 1.05 28,721 3,705 0.44 13,501 5,549 0.65 18,144 2.13 8
North Dakota 20,614 928 1.51 1,600 206 0.34 1,943 799 1.30 1,933 3.15 1
Ohio 239,227 10,765 1.11 23,045 2,973 0.31 14,002 5,755 0.60 19,493 2.02 9
Oklahoma 72,757 3,274 1.03 4,839 624 0.20 5,008 2,058 0.65 5,957 1.87 10
Oregon 95,424 4,294 1.24 15,955 2,058 0.59 7,838 3,222 0.93 9,574 2.76 3
Pennsylvania 309,101 13,910 1.29 27,682 3,571 0.33 18,726 7,696 0.71 25,177 2.34 6
Rhode Island 18,566 835 0.93 4,069 525 0.58 2,380 978 1.08 2,339 2.59 4
South Carolina 105,524 4,749 1.14 8,133 1,049 0.25 8,108 3,332 0.80 9,130 2.19 7
South Dakota 23,913 1,076 1.54 1,614 208 0.30 1,747 718 1.03 2,002 2.86 2
Tennessee 121,699 5,476 0.99 13,660 1,762 0.32 10,890 4,476 0.81 11,714 2.11 9
Texas 636,031 28,621 1.27 61,573 7,943 0.35 39,600 16,275 0.72 52,840 2.34 6
Utah 32,023 1,441 0.61 3,661 472 0.20 3,213 1,321 0.56 3,234 1.36 10
Vermont 18,414 829 1.55 3,323 429 0.80 971 399 0.75 1,656 3.10 2
Virginia 150,304 6,764 0.96 26,642 3,437 0.49 11,478 4,717 0.67 14,918 2.12 8
Washington 126,914 5,711 0.93 24,557 3,168 0.52 11,739 4,825 0.79 13,704 2.24 7
West Virginia 39,866 1,794 1.17 1,294 167 0.11 1,724 708 0.46 2,669 1.74 10
Wisconsin 141,887 6,385 1.33 14,998 1,935 0.40 14,704 6,043 1.26 14,363 2.99 2
Wyoming 12,324 555 1.17 1,157 149 0.32 1,369 563 1.19 1,266 2.68 4
Regions
Northeast 1,065,279 47,938 1.01 192,900 24,884 0.52 100,571 41,334 0.87 114,156 2.40  
Midwest 1,400,595 63,027 1.12 156,579 20,199 0.36 122,422 50,315 0.89 133,541 2.38  
South 2,449,752 110,239 1.09 289,625 37,362 0.37 198,266 81,487 0.80 229,088 2.25  
West 1,428,856 64,299 1.01 266,780 34,415 0.54 131,368 53,992 0.85 152,705 2.40  
U.S. total 6,344,482 285,502 1.06 905,883 116,859 0.43 552,626 227,129 0.84 629,490 2.34  

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

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