The rating opens the small African country of Andorra. Local citizens because of his love for alcohol was able to take seventh place. The result of the study showed that the per capita in this country have almost to 15.5 litres of alcohol per year.
A step below in the "hit parade" is Estonia, where one person a year out of 15.56 liters of alcoholic beverages. The authorities unsuccessfully try to reduce the amount of alcohol drunk, by entering a similar Russian ban on its sale from 22-00 to 10-00. It is forbidden to sell alcohol to minors, and to appear with alcohol in public places, except specially designed (meaning restaurants, cafes and bars).
In fifth place is Ukraine. The rich tradition of the feast that can't go without the famous vodka and pepper, along with the European mentality, which does not include strong prohibitions on the taking of alcohol, played a role. Therefore, as a result of researches it became known that the average Ukrainian per year consumes about 15,57 liters.
In fourth place you can see Russia, which is considered the birthplace of vodka and various tinctures based on it. In the case of Russians, the level of alcohol consumption per capita is 15,57 liters per year. This figure falls slightly from year to year that legislators associate with the country introduced restrictions on the sale of alcohol. It is curious that the lion's share of alcohol consumed is vodka or brandy, and beer.
Third place intoxicating "the hit parade" is Hungary. And this fact is not surprising, because in this country, as elsewhere, like to drink a beer under a delicious dinner of rich and varied traditional dishes. In just one year, the Hungarian can drink about 16.3 liters of intoxicating drink.
"Silver" rating were able to conquer the Czech Republic, which is famous worldwide for its beer. Here the average person eats about 16.5 litres of alcohol. It should be noted that the Czech brewing traditions have a long history. But because no restriction fails to limit the consumption of beer, especially that the place of the Czech Republic in the ranking, actually, pretty doubtful, because it is extremely difficult to calculate how many drink the citizens of the country, and how much her multimillion-dollar tourist audience coming specifically to try one of the famous varieties of live beer.
Well, the first "victory" is Moldova. This is a country where almost everyone is fluent in the knowledge and practice of winemaking art. Probably, this fact could affect these results, which show that the average per person per year account for about 18.3 liters of alcohol.