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Home » Publications » Surveillance Reports » Surveillance Report #117
Table 2. Apparent alcohol consumption for States, census regions, and the United States, 2019.
[Volume and ethanol in thousands of gallons, per capita consumption in gallons, based on population ages 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 92,473 4,161 1.02 8,144 1,051 0.26 7,042 2,894 0.71 8,106 2.00 9
Alaska 14,111 635 1.08 2,420 312 0.53 1,827 751 1.27 1,698 2.88 2
Arizona 141,577 6,371 1.06 17,774 2,293 0.38 11,633 4,781 0.80 13,445 2.24 6
Arkansas 47,824 2,152 0.87 4,526 584 0.24 4,233 1,740 0.70 4,476 1.81 10
California 757,888 34,105 1.05 153,577 19,811 0.61 71,359 29,329 0.90 83,245 2.55 5
Colorado 124,466 5,601 1.17 17,573 2,267 0.47 13,314 5,472 1.14 13,340 2.79 3
Connecticut 54,043 2,432 0.81 14,018 1,808 0.60 7,831 3,218 1.07 7,459 2.47 5
Delaware 20,263 912 1.12 4,484 578 0.71 3,209 1,319 1.62 2,809 3.44 1
Dist. of Columbia 14,167 638 1.07 4,693 605 1.01 2,439 1,002 1.68 2,245 3.75 1
Florida 426,048 19,172 1.05 79,434 10,247 0.56 48,299 19,851 1.09 49,270 2.71 3
Georgia 181,722 8,177 0.94 16,754 2,161 0.25 15,002 6,166 0.71 16,505 1.90 10
Hawaii 33,635 1,514 1.28 5,425 700 0.59 2,275 935 0.79 3,148 2.67 4
Idaho 27,621 1,243 0.86 3,635 469 0.33 2,991 1,230 0.85 2,941 2.04 9
Illinois 250,686 11,281 1.07 37,174 4,796 0.46 22,380 9,198 0.87 25,275 2.40 5
Indiana 117,576 5,291 0.96 12,846 1,657 0.30 12,648 5,198 0.94 12,146 2.20 7
Iowa 71,375 3,212 1.24 4,605 594 0.23 5,796 2,382 0.92 6,188 2.39 6
Kansas 53,598 2,412 1.02 2,658 343 0.14 4,726 1,942 0.82 4,697 1.98 9
Kentucky 72,198 3,249 0.88 6,506 839 0.23 8,212 3,375 0.91 7,463 2.02 9
Louisiana 103,137 4,641 1.22 9,746 1,257 0.33 9,340 3,839 1.01 9,737 2.56 4
Maine 34,472 1,551 1.34 3,971 512 0.44 3,116 1,281 1.11 3,344 2.89 2
Maryland 82,887 3,730 0.74 14,822 1,912 0.38 11,019 4,529 0.90 10,171 2.03 9
Massachusetts 118,436 5,330 0.91 27,903 3,600 0.61 14,873 6,113 1.04 15,042 2.57 4
Michigan 184,719 8,312 1.00 25,614 3,304 0.40 20,058 8,244 0.99 19,860 2.38 6
Minnesota 115,343 5,190 1.12 15,485 1,998 0.43 13,887 5,708 1.23 12,896 2.79 3
Mississippi 64,573 2,906 1.19 3,486 450 0.18 4,895 2,012 0.83 5,367 2.20 7
Missouri 123,254 5,546 1.09 14,710 1,898 0.37 13,492 5,545 1.09 12,989 2.56 4
Montana 32,007 1,440 1.62 3,551 458 0.51 2,225 914 1.03 2,813 3.16 2
Nebraska 41,633 1,873 1.20 2,638 340 0.22 2,822 1,160 0.74 3,374 2.16 8
Nevada 75,206 3,384 1.33 11,739 1,514 0.60 9,151 3,761 1.48 8,660 3.41 1
New Hampshire 46,686 2,101 1.80 7,458 962 0.82 6,029 2,478 2.12 5,541 4.74 1
New Jersey 132,266 5,952 0.80 33,128 4,274 0.58 18,205 7,482 1.01 17,708 2.39 5
New Mexico 44,640 2,009 1.16 4,146 535 0.31 3,276 1,346 0.78 3,890 2.25 6
New York 318,467 14,331 0.88 68,596 8,849 0.54 31,999 13,151 0.81 36,331 2.22 7
North Carolina 202,221 9,100 1.04 30,701 3,960 0.45 14,888 6,119 0.70 19,179 2.20 7
North Dakota 20,396 918 1.49 1,586 205 0.33 2,059 846 1.37 1,969 3.19 1
Ohio 235,724 10,608 1.09 23,364 3,014 0.31 15,235 6,261 0.65 19,883 2.05 8
Oklahoma 70,215 3,160 0.98 4,860 627 0.19 5,201 2,138 0.66 5,924 1.84 10
Oregon 91,711 4,127 1.16 15,738 2,030 0.57 8,444 3,470 0.98 9,627 2.71 3
Pennsylvania 315,704 14,207 1.32 27,345 3,528 0.33 19,491 8,011 0.74 25,745 2.39 5
Rhode Island 17,422 784 0.87 3,863 498 0.55 2,547 1,047 1.16 2,329 2.58 4
South Carolina 103,168 4,643 1.08 8,217 1,060 0.25 8,437 3,468 0.81 9,170 2.14 8
South Dakota 21,359 961 1.35 1,250 161 0.23 1,349 554 0.78 1,677 2.35 6
Tennessee 123,298 5,548 0.98 14,281 1,842 0.33 12,148 4,993 0.88 12,384 2.19 8
Texas 623,881 28,075 1.21 59,338 7,655 0.33 41,965 17,248 0.74 52,977 2.28 6
Utah 30,969 1,394 0.56 3,705 478 0.19 3,471 1,427 0.57 3,298 1.33 10
Vermont 18,910 851 1.58 3,143 405 0.75 1,006 414 0.77 1,670 3.11 2
Virginia 149,585 6,731 0.95 27,077 3,493 0.49 12,416 5,103 0.72 15,327 2.16 8
Washington 125,333 5,640 0.89 24,811 3,201 0.51 12,657 5,202 0.82 14,043 2.22 7
West Virginia 38,409 1,728 1.14 1,297 167 0.11 1,832 753 0.50 2,649 1.75 10
Wisconsin 136,772 6,155 1.27 14,636 1,888 0.39 15,244 6,265 1.29 14,308 2.95 2
Wyoming 12,976 584 1.23 1,148 148 0.31 1,492 613 1.29 1,345 2.83 3
Regions
Northeast 1,056,407 47,538 1.01 189,426 24,436 0.52 105,097 43,195 0.92 115,169 2.44
Midwest 1,372,434 61,760 1.09 156,567 20,197 0.36 129,695 53,304 0.94 135,261 2.39
South 2,416,069 108,723 1.05 298,365 38,489 0.37 210,578 86,548 0.84 233,760 2.26
West 1,512,139 68,046 1.05 265,241 34,216 0.53 144,113 59,231 0.92 161,493 2.50
U.S. total 6,357,049 286,067 1.05 909,599 117,338 0.43 589,483 242,277 0.89 645,683 2.38

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

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