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(Channel 3000 Madison)   Wisconsin ranks 5th in per capita beer consumption. Come on guys, help me out. There's only so much I can do on my own   (channel3000.com) divider line 52
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2013-07-03 09:30:03 AM  

winchester92: The New Hampshire numbers are skewed because it's based on sales volume vs population. Everyone there knows that NH has the lowest alcohol taxes and beer prices in New England, plus no sales tax or deposit either. A huge amount of those sales go to non-residents driving over the border to shop, especially people from Massachusetts.


And the Dakotas probably get skewed from the proportion of local population vs tourists in the state at a given time. I don't know what Montana is doing, but Wisconsin needs to step up their game.

When I was in college at U of Illinois, the Bears played a season at our football field while Soldier Field was being turned into a spaceship. That year we were ranked as one of the Top 10 Party Schools based on alcohol sales in the campus area because they don't have a way to figure out actual drinking data on students (or local residents vs tourists).
 
2013-07-03 11:55:31 AM  
I'm averaging 2 cans per day as an experiment.  More on the weekends (Thursday-Sunday).

Weekends are more like 4-6 cans a day.

/At work people look at me funny when I down 4 beers and mention I have to go to a Scout meeting that night with the kids.
 
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