Ever wonder how your drinking habits compare to the average American? How about the rest of the world? This Drinking Nationality Calculator calculates your average yearly alcohol consumption and matches you with the country that you drink like you’re from.
If you think the US parties harder than the rest of the world, you should try hanging out with a Belarusian. With an average of 17.5 liters of pure alcohol consumed per person per year, Belarus is the heaviest drinking country in the world. The United States is ranked as the joint-48th heaviest drinking country in the world, with the average resident drinks around 9.2 liters of pure alcohol a year. That’s 162 pints of beer, 76 glasses of wine, and 301 shots – we can only imagine how much people in the top ranked countries are drinking…
This calculator not only compares you to the average resident in countries across the world, but it also separates and ranks countries by their favorite type of drink. If you’re a wine connoisseur, you probably belong in Portugal or France, the top 2 wine-consuming countries. If crushing beers is more your thing, then you might get along well with residents of Namibia, the consumers of the most beer in the world.
However, beer wine and spirits are not the only categories examined – the “other” category consists of beers made from unique Sub-Saharan grains and liquor made from rice that dominate the drinking culture in specific regions of the world. So, even if you score like you drink from Korea, you may not be drinking the same stuff as the Koreans.