Statistics do not lie.
Historically, beer was the main alcoholic beverage in the regions that are less influenced by the Roman Empire in ancient times and in colder climates, where crops are the main agricultural products.
This European region, which include the UK, Benelux, Germany, Austria, Denmark, the Visegrad countries, the Baltic States and sometimes Ukraine is a traditional leader in the use of intoxicating drink.
In particular, the highest consumption of beer per capita in Europe, according to The Telegraph, belongs to the Czech Republic – 142,6 liters. The three also Austria and Germany – at the 104.7 liters. In addition to them, the top 10 beer lovers are Poland (99 liters), Ireland (97,5), Lithuania (97,1), Romania (92,1), Estonia (91,5), Spain (82,8) and Slovenia (81,2).
Ukraine is on position 18 – 61 liter/capita. This is more than in Denmark, Serbia and Montenegro (60 litres) and Russia (59), but less than in Hungary (64.6 per liter).
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