The TABC has released per capita consumption statistics for April in the state of Texas.

46,643,401 gallons of beer were sold in April, with a per capita consumption of 1.8 gallons. An estimated 4,236,833 gallons of wine were sold with a per capita consumption of .16 gallons. Between the sales of distilled spirits, wine, beer and ale $17,158,367 was collected in sales taxes.

Below is a chart with detailed statistics for each alcohol sales group.

 

Distilled Spirits
Total Tax Collections                $6,007,129.00
Total Gallons                               2,502,970
Per Capita Consumption           0.0967
Tax Rate Per Gallon                    $2.40
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Wine
Total Tax Collections                $1,067,771.00
Total Gallons(Estimated)              4,236,833
Per Capita Consumption(Estimated) 0.1637
Tax Rate Per Gallon(Estimated)           $0.252021
Low Wine                                    $0.204
High Wine                                   $0.408
Sparkling Wine                          $0.516
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Beer
Total Tax Collections                $9,027,737.00
Total Gallons                              46,643,401
Per Capita Consumption          1.8020
Tax Rate Per Gallon                 $0.193548
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Ale
Total Tax Collections                $1,055,730.00
Total Gallons                               5,331,970
Per Capita Consumption         0.2060
Tax Rate Per Gallon                $0.198
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Statistics were based on an estimated population of 25,883,999.