Which country in the world is home to the biggest drinkers? Take a look at the interactive map below to see how your nation compares to others when it comes to alcohol consumption.
Pure alcohol consumption in litres per year, per person.
Moldova is the booziest country in the world. Moldovans consume 17.4 litres of pure alcohol or the equivalent of 178 bottles of wine.
Belarus comes in a close second behind Moldova. The country drinks the equivalent of 175 bottles of wine or 17.1 litres of pure alcohol per person, per year.
Lithuanians consume 16.2 litres of pure alcohol or up to 170 bottles of wine per person, per year.
Russia takes fourth place in the booziest country stakes. Russians consume the equivalent of 1500 vodka shots.
The Czech Republic drink a huge 496 pints of beer! That's 14.1 litres of pure alcohol.
In Ukraine people consume 13.9 litres of pure alcohol per person per year.
Most famous for the apres ski, Andorra follows closely behind Ukraine consuming 13.8 of pure alcohol.
Romanians drink 12.9 litres of pure alcohol or the equivalent of 454 pints of lager every year.
Serbians are wearing their beer coats to keep them warm consuming 12.6 litres of alcohol per person, per year!
Australians are drinking 764 bottles of Fosters (330ml) or 12.6 litres of alcohol.
The UK is 17th overall. Brits consume 11.6 litres of pure alcohol a year - the equivalent of around 119 bottles of wine or 408 pints of lager.
USA lags behind the UK on 9.2 litres per person - that's the same as 920 shots of Jack Daniels or 558 (330ml) bottles of Budweiser.
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The United States falls behind the UK and is placed 49th in the booziest countries stakes.
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