Special Report

States Drinking the Most Beer

40. Indiana
> Beer shipment per adult 21+ in 2020: 23.6 gallons per adult
> 5 yr. change (2016-2020): -0.8% — 2nd smallest decrease ( -0.2 gallons)
> 10 yr. change (2010-2020): -12.9% — 16th largest decrease (-3.5 gallons)
> Beer tax rate: $0.12 per gallon — 8th lowest
> Adults who report excessive drinking: 17.6% — 21st lowest
> Median household income: $57,603 — 14th lowest

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39. Michigan
> Beer shipment per adult 21+ in 2020: 23.6 gallons per adult
> 5 yr. change (2016-2020): -8.2% — 12th largest decrease ( -2.1 gallons)
> 10 yr. change (2010-2020): -14.2% — 12th largest decrease (-3.9 gallons)
> Beer tax rate: $0.2 per gallon — 22nd lowest
> Adults who report excessive drinking: 19.6% — 18th highest
> Median household income: $59,584 — 19th lowest

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38. Arkansas
> Beer shipment per adult 21+ in 2020: 23.9 gallons per adult
> 5 yr. change (2016-2020): -1.6% — 5th smallest decrease ( -0.4 gallons)
> 10 yr. change (2010-2020): -10.5% — 22nd smallest decrease (-2.8 gallons)
> Beer tax rate: $0.34 per gallon — 19th highest
> Adults who report excessive drinking: 15.8% — 8th lowest
> Median household income: $48,952 — 3rd lowest

37. Virginia
> Beer shipment per adult 21+ in 2020: 24.2 gallons per adult
> 5 yr. change (2016-2020): -4.0% — 11th smallest decrease ( -1.0 gallons)
> 10 yr. change (2010-2020): -12.3% — 23rd largest decrease (-3.4 gallons)
> Beer tax rate: $0.26 per gallon — 25th lowest
> Adults who report excessive drinking: 17.4% — 19th lowest
> Median household income: $76,456 — 10th highest

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36. Tennessee
> Beer shipment per adult 21+ in 2020: 24.2 gallons per adult
> 5 yr. change (2016-2020): -5.5% — 19th smallest decrease ( -1.4 gallons)
> 10 yr. change (2010-2020): -9.4% — 18th smallest decrease (-2.5 gallons)
> Beer tax rate: $1.29 per gallon — the highest
> Adults who report excessive drinking: 14.3% — 6th lowest
> Median household income: $56,071 — 9th lowest

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