List of countries by beer consumption per capita

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Beer consumption per capita by country (2009). Measurements are shown in litres.

This is a list of countries ordered by annual per capita consumption of beer. The list is limited to countries for which data are available, and so the ranks may not in all cases reflect absolute rankings of all countries in the world.

Rank Country Consumption per capita [1]
(litres)
2013–2014
change
(633–ml bottles)
Total national consumption
(106 L)[A]
Year
1  Czech Republic 142.6 -7.3 1879 2014
2  Seychelles 114.6 7.8 11 2014
3  Austria 104.8 -1.7 894 2014
4  Germany 104.7 4.4 8441 2014
5  Namibia 104 -7.2 250 2014
6  Poland 97.8 0.1 3776 2014
7  Ireland 97 -0.5 454 2014
8  Lithuania 96.6 10.7 282 2014
9  Belize 93.8 -8.8 33 2014
10  Estonia 93.5 -5 123 2014
11  Gabon 88.9 22.3 150 2014
12  Romania 85.9 8.3 1689 2014
13  Spain 80.6 5.9 3729 2014
14  Finland 78.5 -2.7 430 2014
15  Latvia 78.2 4.6 156 2014
16  Panama 76.6 5.1 296 2014
17  United States 75.8 -0.3 24172 2014
18  Slovenia 75 0.8 155 2014
19  Australia 74.2 -0.9 1753 2014
20  Slovakia 74.1 0.3 402 2014
21  Croatia 72.5 -3.9 309 2014
22  Belgium 72 0 810 2014
23  Netherlands 71.4 2.6 1205 2014
24  Venezuela 70.8 1.2 2173 2014
25  Bulgaria 69.8 -5.1 503 2014
26  Russia 68.9 10062 2014
27  Brazil 68.3 5.2 13146 2014
28  United Kingdom 67.7 2.4 4375 2014
29  Republic of the Congo 66.6 -1.3 300 2014
30  Angola[2] 64.2 1160 2012
31  Hungary 63.3 1.9 626 2014
32  New Zealand 62.7 -2 282 2014
33  Montenegro 62.1 -7.2 39 2014
34  Denmark 61.9 1.9 350 2014
35  Botswana 61.8 46.6 137 2014
36  Iceland 61.8 1.9 20 2014
37  Ukraine[2] 61.6 2760 2012
38  Serbia[3] 60.3 43.2 2013
39  Canada[3] 60.3 212.0 2013
40  Mexico[2] 59.9 6890 2012
41  South Africa 58.4 -2 3150 2014
42   Switzerland[2] 58.3 460 2012
43  Bosnia and Herzegovina[2] 56.1 220 2012
44  Sweden[2] 52.7 480 2012
45  Argentina[4] 49 1980
46  Republic of Korea 45.8 6.5 2292 2014
47  Japan 42.6 -0.8 5407 2014
48  Vietnam[5] 42 3788 2016
49  China[2] 32 44683 2012
50  Italy[6] 29 1772 2011
51  Israel[7] 14
52  Turkey[8] 13
53  Kenya[9] 12
54  Uzbekistan[10] 11
55  Tanzania[9] 8
56  Uganda[9] 6
57  Sri Lanka[11] 2 50
58  India[12][13] 2 1400 2008

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Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Combination of per capita rates with respective populations at time of study. Data taken verbatim from the Kirin report.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Source, unless otherwise noted: Per Capita Beer Consumption by Country in 2014, Kirin Holdings Company. Table 3.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g Per Capita Beer Consumption by Country in 2012, Kirin Holdings Company. Table 3.
  3. ^ a b Per Capita Beer Consumption by Country in 2013, Kirin Holdings Company. Table 3.
  4. ^ sectoresonline.com (September 2, 2011). "Una mala para el sector vitivinícola: en Argentina se consume más cerveza que vino". Andino (in Spanish). Retrieved September 2, 2011. 
  5. ^ "Vietnamese consume 3.8 billion liters of beers in 2016". VnExpress. January 12, 2017. Retrieved January 12, 2017. 
  6. ^ "AssoBirra annual report 2011" (PDF). Retrieved June 4, 2013. 
  7. ^ http://www.calcalist.co.il/consumer/articles/0,7340,L-3591948,00.html
  8. ^ "Kriz geldi, alkol tüketimi yüzde 20 arttı". NTVMSNBC. NTV. 2008. 
  9. ^ a b c Barigaba, Julius (August 17, 2009). "Uganda brewers toast to higher sales, thanks to low-end products". EastAfrican. Retrieved October 13, 2010. 
  10. ^ "Heineken Partners with Efes Breweries in Uzbekistan, Serbia and Kazakhstan". FlexNews. January 1, 2008. Retrieved October 13, 2010. 
  11. ^ "Lion seeks to reduce gearing through Rs. 1.2 bn. cash infusion". Sunday Island. August 16, 2009. Retrieved October 13, 2010. 
  12. ^ "http://www.financialexpress.com/news/new-pact-lets-ub-sell-heineken-in-india/551227/0". The Financial Express. December 8, 2009. Retrieved October 13, 2010.  External link in |title= (help)
  13. ^ Chandran, Rina (June 22, 2009). "Super cars, premium beers help rich Indians beat blues". Reuters. Retrieved October 13, 2010. 

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