Earlier this week, the Beer Institute released state-by-state beer consumption figures for the US in 2012.

Here's the list of all 50 states - and the District of Columbia.

Shipments of Malt Beverages and Per Capita Consumption by State 2012
(31 gallon barrels and gallons per person 21 years and older)
State 2012    Shipments 2012 Rank 2012 21+ Population Est Per Capita Consumption 2012 Rank
Alabama 3,405,054 24 3,495,392 30.2 22
Alaska 475,298 49 513,228 28.7 27
Arizona 4,436,917 14 4,663,900 29.5 25
Arkansas 1,823,822 34 2,119,568 26.7 37
California 22,317,858 1 27,136,252 25.5 44
Colorado 3,628,449 21 3,743,962 30 24
Connecticut 1,883,859 32 2,637,510 22.1 50
Delaware 727,676 46 671,947 33.6 14
District of Columbia 445,508 50 488,490 28.3 32
Florida 12,881,385 3 14,587,186 27.4 34
Georgia 5,795,422 10 6,994,011 25.7 43
Hawaii 1,018,000 41 1,037,311 30.4 19
Idaho 987,314 42 1,102,202 27.8 33
Illinois 8,708,195 6 9,268,030 29.1 26
Indiana 3,885,980 19 4,652,578 25.9 42
Iowa 2,397,885 29 2,209,302 33.6 13
Kansas 1,852,707 33 2,031,369 28.3 31
Kentucky 2,509,430 27 3,186,609 24.4 46
Louisiana 3,600,357 22 3,293,112 33.9 11
Maine 1,108,492 40 1,010,315 34 10
Maryland 3,216,919 25 4,298,739 23.2 47
Massachusetts 4,169,574 16 4,932,640 26.2 40
Michigan 6,219,773 8 7,184,978 26.8 36
Minnesota 3,564,936 23 3,878,373 28.5 29
Mississippi 2,300,737 31 2,105,729 33.9 12
Missouri 4,362,037 15 4,362,875 31 18
Montana 978,877 43 740,965 41 3
Nebraska 1,487,657 36 1,308,461 35.2 8
Nevada 2,302,338 30 1,995,542 35.8 6
New Hampshire 1,397,740 37 986,074 43.9 2
New Jersey 4,691,905 13 6,496,123 22.4 49
New Mexico 1,551,902 35 1,483,933 32.4 17
New York 10,459,229 4 14,475,962 22.4 48
North Carolina 6,167,486 9 7,048,067 27.1 35
North Dakota 753,150 44 509,226 45.8 1
Ohio 8,153,103 7 8,396,361 30.1 23
Oklahoma 2,481,159 28 2,713,986 28.3 30
Oregon 2,824,541 26 2,887,855 30.3 20
Pennsylvania 8,734,643 5 9,463,602 28.6 28
Rhode Island 661,213 47 778,808 26.3 39
South Carolina 3,631,748 20 3,439,725 32.7 16
South Dakota 742,952 45 591,547 38.9 4
Tennessee 3,971,793 18 4,704,160 26.2 41
Texas 19,889,355 2 17,934,667 34.4 9
Utah 1,194,026 39 1,836,271 20.2 51
Vermont 534,524 48 468,943 35.3 7
Virginia 5,144,231 11 5,981,454 26.7 38
Washington 4,029,277 17 5,041,656 24.8 45
West Virginia 1,367,366 38 1,399,038 30.3 21
Wisconsin 4,859,589 12 4,160,398 36.2 5
Wyoming 443,659 51 417,034 33 15
Total 206,177,046   226,865,466 28.2