9th Least Drunk State: Ohio
Outside of college football parties, Ohio keeps it fairly tame, no doubt due to the state's restrictive alcohol laws. The state government enforces a 12% alcohol content cap on beer, and 21% cap on wine. As usual, the Buckeye State keeps its drinking age at 21, but those under 18 are permitted alcohol beverages with content less than 0.5% if accompanied by a parent or, creepily, legal-age spouse.
Total pure alcohol consumed: 1.98 gallons per personBeer: 215 cans per person Wine: 11.1 bottles per person Spirits: 4.6 bottles per person