Skip to comments.The 10 States Making the Most on Beer
Posted on 04/12/2013 8:30:01 PM PDT by dynachrome
Researchers who track the beer industry, led by the association of the industrys brewers, the Beer Institute, recently reported results of a national study. They found that the manufacturing, retail and distribution sectors of American industry get an extraordinary boost from beer production. Among the 50 states, according to the report, Colorado and Missouri rely on beer for more than 6% of their gross domestic products (GDPs). The entire manufacturing industry is responsible for only 10% of the national GDP.
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Beer is proof that God loves us and wants
us to be happy. B Franklin.
Obama will find some way to punish beer drinkers before he’s done
No state consumes more beer per capita than New Hampshire, at 43 gallons per person, which is nearly 15 gallons more than the national average.
No wonder it seems that most of the people in Red Hampshire are members of Alcoholics Anonymous...
That one shocked me, only because I figured with the winters they have there, whiskey would be the drink of choice.
Oh, they drink plenty of that, as well...Red Hampshire has HUGE liquor stores at their interstate rest areas...drivers from New York and Assachusetts can also load up on booze on their way north to the ski areas.
Suitable for the brewers ping list
Proof that California is good for something.
If Coors and Bud were disqualified as “beer” the numbers would be very different.
Do they consume or buy that much?
They drink it...no question. What else is there to do around these parts?
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