Sunday, December 5

Beer: America’s Drinking States the Most

The average national consumption was 3.49 beers, which is equivalent to an amount of $ 431 per year. It was also proven that the average American can spend up to $ 25,000 a year.

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Beer is one of the alcoholic beverages most consumed and enjoyed by Americans. Without a doubt, it is a classic of classics: it is light, refreshing, the perfect pairing for barbecues and long afternoons with friends. It is an iconic and quite old drink, its history encompasses the most incredible data, its production process is unique and as if that were not enough in moderate quantities it provides great health benefits. Due to such fame, recently a research company called Upgraded Points analyzed self-reported beer tolerance levels in each US state. The findings were quite relevant and the researchers came to quite interesting conclusions about the consumption habits of Americans according to their place of origin.

Beer is a non-distilled alcoholic beverage with a bitter tasteIt is made from sprouted barley grains or other cereals, the starch of which is fermented in water with yeast and is often flavored with hops. It stands out for its artisanal and unique production process, which is distinguished by a key step that is malting: in which the barley grains are germinated, dried and roasted until they reach the desired color and aroma. All these aspects influence the personality offered by each variant of beer.

To carry out the study, the renowned company had the support of 2,000 people across the country who shared how many half-liter bottles of national beer they can drink before they start to feel the effects of alcohol. The national average was 3.49 beers, which works out to about $ 431 per yearOr even more impressive: the average American can spend $ 25,000 in their lifetime. So we set about selecting some of the most impressive data from this study.

1. Texas

For many it is no cliché to say that everything is bigger in Texas. So it is no coincidence to say that the state of Lonestar ranked first on the list, according to the survey conducted in that region. the average Texan can drink 5.17 pint beers before feeling a bit drunk. Undoubtedly, according to the survey, Texas takes the throne by far, since these numbers represent 48.2% more beer than the rest of the United States.

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2. Virginia

Virginia is one of the states in the United States where beer is most valued and loved, it is well known that it is one of the most widely consumed beverages in the area. Virginians who participated in the survey reported drinking an average of 5.12 beers before feeling a little queasy. Currently there are many projects in the area that focus on the sale of craft beers.

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3. New York

Many things happen in the Big Apple, undoubtedly among the most emblematic is its wide range of bars and restaurants. In addition, being a city with such a movement there are always people from all over the world willing to drink beer. According to this survey, both city and country people throughout New York State take an average of 5.07 beers to get that drunk feeling, which was 45% more than the national average. In addition, according to Upgraded Points data, New Yorkers also spend more per beer: a total of $ 830 per year, which is almost double the national average.

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3. Indiana

Of course the study also revealed the lowest consumption habits. So the third place went to Indiana, where residents report they can drink an average of 2.33 beers before feeling drunk. That was 33% less than the national average, for the researchers this lower tolerance can be related to the lifestyle and customs of each region.

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4. Colorado

Each region in the United States has its personality and peculiarities, recently Denver, the capital of Colorado, was classified among the Top 10 US Cities to drink beer. However, according to the survey, a balanced Colorado lifestyle could level that, as the study indicates, Coloradans reported an average of 2.11 national beers to feel a little dizzy.

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5. Oregon

Oregon is one characterized by being a region with iconic outdoor spaces and related activities, your lifestyle is probably directly related to your low tolerance for beer. The study reported that the average Oregonian at only 1.92 often feels intoxicated. A very interesting fact, considering that Portland is the city with the most breweries in the United States, according to the ranking of the 10 best cities in the United States to drink beer.

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