It's pretty obvious if you are from Montana or even just drive through the different towns, we love our breweries. They are all over the state. In fact, Montana has a total of 128 actual breweries.

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With that being said, have you ever wondered how much beer we Montanan's actually drink? How does it compare to other states? Well...it's quite a bit AND we rank pretty dang high, like really high.

According to Visualcapitalist.com, Montana is ranked in the top 5 for beer consumption in gallons per year, per 21 years old or older adult. So where exactly do we rank in that top 5?

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Montana is ranked NUMBER 2 with 41.1 gallons! That's a lot of beer drinking! It also states that the beer of choice is Budweiser, so I am guessing that is any beer in the Budweiser family. That seems to be the top beer in a lot of states.

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Who is NUMBER 1? New Hampshire with 41.5 gallons, so they didn't beat us by much. We are so used to talking about how we have a crazy high cost of living, and outrageously priced houses, and now we can add that we also have a huge amount of beer drinkers. Way to go, it's better than being ranked in the top two for violent crimes.

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What's your beer of choice? Favorite Montana Brewery? I am always looking to increase to my list of favorite beers, so hit me with the good stuff!

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