This City In Michigan Is Thrilled To Be Michigan’s Drunkest
Having a few drinks is common for many Michigan residents. There are plenty of great towns to visit in Michigan that offer micro breweries, distilleries and wineries. With all of the booze created in Michigan, which town is considered the drunkest?
What Cities In Michigan Could Be Considered The Drunkest?
I've partied hard throughout Michigan, I'm a recovering alcoholic. I've spent a fair amount of time in these cities prior to my sobriety and I still visit them now. They can definitely put a few drinks back.
Ann Arbor is home to U of M. Anytime you have a major university like Michigan or Michigan State you will see an uptick in booze consumption, especially on game day. Ann Arbor is a great town with cool places to hangout.
East Lansing can party. East Lansing also doesn't know the limit. MSU has been in the national news several times over the past 25 years due to their drinking and the behavior that followed. Remember the riots? It's calmed down a bit in East Lansing.
For real? Grand Rapids is a blast and it's been named Beer City U.S.A. The only time I have seen people "bombed" was at the Van Andel Arena for a concert, otherwise GR seems to handle their booze okay.
These three cities could be the drunkest in Michigan, they are not. A different city in Michigan takes the #1 spot.
24/7 Wall St. put together a list of the Drunkest Cities in U.S. and this town in Michigan claimed the top spot!
Bay City is the drunkest city in Michigan! Well done!
Here are the statistics that secured the #1 spot for Bay City. Bay City Metro has a population of 102,821. The percentage of adults that drink excessively is 23.8%, the statewide average is 20.1%. Sadly the countywide drinking deaths involving alcohol is 28.3%, the statewide average is 29.2%.