Which U.S. states have the worst alcohol problems?

Foreign website BestLife used data on total alcohol consumption, drink-driving arrests and craft breweries to rank the worst-drinking states in the United States,media BGR reported. The site’s “Drunk Score” rating considers overall alcohol consumption, the number of bars per capita, the number of arrests per capita for drink-driving and the number of craft breweries per capita.

Which U.S. states have the worst alcohol problems?

Starting at the bottom of the list, here’s a ranking of the states with lower “drunk scores” across the country, according to data collected by BestLife:

Utah.

Arkansas.

Georgia.

Alabama.

Kansas.

Oklahoma

Mississippi.

Virginia.

Maryland.

West Virginia

According to the list, Utah residents have the lowest alcohol consumption, and the overall “drunk score” is very, very low. And which states have the most alcohol?

North dakota.

Montana.

South dakota.

New hampshire.

Wisconsin.

Wyoming.

Vermont.

Nevada.

Alaska.

Colorado.

North Dakota, for example, has an absolutely huge number of arrests per person for drink-driving. New Hampshire beat other states in overall alcohol consumption. At the same time, states such as Wyoming have high rates of alcohol-driving arrests, while Vermont has a clearly higher per capita craft brewery.