8 Drunkest Countries in the World

Biggest Drinking Country France

8. France – 11.7 l (395 oz) of alcohol per resident yearly - Wine and brandy stand out as the country’s national drink, here are some drinking stats - 56% wine, 23% spirits, 19% beer, 2% other.

Biggest Drinking Country Ireland

7. Ireland – 11.92 l (403 oz) of alcohol per resident yearly - Up next is Ireland with Guinness as their national drink; here are some stats - 48% beer, 26% wine, 18% spirits, 8% other.

Biggest Drinking Country Austria

6. Austria – 12.1 l (409.15 oz) of alcohol per resident yearly - Europe regains its dominant position with Austria. Schnapps is listed as the country’s national drink, stats are as follows - 50% beer, 36% wine, 14% sprits.

Biggest Drinking Country Grenada

5. Grenada – 12.4 l (419.3 oz) of alcohol per resident yearly - Rum-drinking Grenada stands out as one of the few non-European countries on the list. Here are some drinking stats - 66% spirits, 30% beer, 4% wine.

Biggest Drinking Country Czech Republic

4. Czech Republic – 12.69 l (429.1 oz) of alcohol per resident yearly - Getting back to Europe with Czech Republic. Apart from Becherovka national drink, ere’s what they like drinking over there - 54% beer, 20% wine, 26% spirits.

Biggest Drinking Country Lithuania

3. Lithuania – 12.9 l (436.2 oz) of alcohol per resident yearly - Midus mead is their national drink, but here’s what Lithuanians consume the most - 46% beer, 34% spirits, 12% other, 8% wine.

Biggest Drinking Country Andorra

2. Andorra – 13.31 l (450 oz) of alcohol per resident yearly - Located right next to Spain, Andorra is a heavy-drinking country. Their national drink is wine, here’s what they consume the most in general - 45% wine, 35% beer, 20% spirits.

Biggest Drinking Country Belarus

1. Belarus – 14.37 l (485.9 oz) of alcohol per resident yearly - Finally, the world’s No. 1 drinking country is Belarus. Their national drink is Krambambula, here are the global drinking stats – 47% spirits, 31% other, 17% beer, 5% wine.