A History of U.S. Alcohol Consumption


by Steven Davies on May 30, 2013 | Views: 67 | Score: 0
Alcohol
19340.97
19351.2
19361.5
19371.59
19381.47
19391.51
19401.56
19411.7
19421.97
19431.83
19442.07
19452.25
19462.3
19472.03
19481.97
19491.98
19502.04
19512.01
19521.98
19532.01
19541.96
19552
19562.03
19571.99
19581.98
19592.06
19602.07
19612.06
19622.11
19632.15
19642.23
19652.27
19662.32
19672.37
19682.45
19692.51
19702.52
19712.59
19722.56
19732.62
19742.67
19752.69
19762.69
19772.65
19782.71
19792.75
19802.76
19812.76
19822.72
19832.69
19842.65
19852.62
19862.58
19872.54
19882.48
19892.42
19902.45
19912.3
19922.3
19932.23
19942.18
19952.15
19962.16
19972.14
19982.14
19992.16
20002.18
20012.18
20022.2
20032.22
20042.23
20052.24
20062.28
20072.31
20082.32
20092.3
Apparent per capita ethanol consumption (gallons)
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Steven Davies
Steven Davies on May 30, 2013 1:23 PM said:

After the repeal of prohibition in 1933, alcohol consumption per person quickly increased and peaked in 1946. Since the increase in the 60s and 70s and the following decrease in the 80s and 90s, alcohol consumption is once again on the rise.