Known for its beer culture and breweries, Wisconsin consistently ranks as one of the drunkest states in America.
With a high per capita alcohol consumption rate, North Dakota earns a spot among the top states for drinking.
Montana's residents have a reputation for enjoying alcohol, contributing to its ranking as one of the drunkest states.
South Dakota's drinking habits, including a high binge drinking rate, place it in the top ten.
Nebraska's residents consume alcohol at a higher rate compared to the national average, earning it a spot on the list.
Known for its liquor stores and lack of sales tax on alcohol, New Hampshire has a significant drinking culture.
With a strong craft beer scene and a culture that embraces alcohol, Vermont ranks among the drunkest states.
Alaska's remote and isolated nature, along with long winter nights, contributes to its high alcohol consumption rates.
Colorado's residents enjoy a variety of alcoholic beverages, including craft beer and local spirits.
With its thriving entertainment and nightlife scene, Nevada, particularly Las Vegas, sees high levels of alcohol consumption.