Enough to put us at #2 on a new list.

According to a study by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism New Hampshire is number one in the country in alcohol consumption.

The people of the Granite State had the highest national consumption of alcohol − 4.65 gallons of booze per person, per year − nearly twice the national average.  

Here are the Top 10 Alcohol Consuming States:

1. New Hampshire − 4.65

2. Washington, D.C. − 3.89

3. Delaware − 3.59

4. North Dakota − 3.42

5. Nevada − 3.27

6. Wisconsin − 3.0

7. Montana − 2.96

8. Vermont − 2.92

9. Alaska − 2.82

10. Colorado − 2.76

Utah was the least boozy state, with residents there drinking just 1.37 gallons per person a year. (Yahoo – with full list of state rankings)

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