What Is The UK’S Favourite Alcoholic Drink?

What country drinks the most alcohol?

FranceFrance consumed the most alcohol than any other top country by GDP and also has an above-average life expectancy..

Wine has beaten beer and spirits to become the favoured tipple of UK drinkers, according to a new survey of 2,000 consumers from Yougov. Some 81% of adults who have drunk alcohol in the past year have drunk wine, narrowly ahead of both beer and spirits, which both come in at 79%.

Coming in joint first as the spirit of choice are gin and vodka, both receiving 9.3% of the vote, which could be due the city being a huge hub for students. Succumbing to stereotypes, cider was named the favourite alcoholic beverage for 18.2% of Bristolians; home of the fermented apple alcohol.

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How much alcohol do Brits drink?

The research by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) shows that adults in Britain are now consuming an average of 9.7 litres of pure alcohol a year. This is the equivalent of 108 bottles of wine annually- or 427 pints of 4 per cent strength beer.