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If you don't know about SaveOnBrew.com, you should. They're the website and mobile app dedicated to bringing you the absolute lowest beer prices in your zip code.
They also publish well-researched reports to let you know if you're getting royally screwed on your local beer prices - comparing your local to other places in the nation - and they've just released a new report that identifies the states with the best and worst beer tax laws in the country.
According to the group, the best states to find the lowest beer taxes for off-premise beer purchases include:
♦ Wyoming (2 cents)
♦ Wisconsin (6 cents)
♦ Missouri (6 cents)
♦ Oregon (8 cents)
♦ Colorado (8 cents)
♦ Pennsylvania (8 cents)
♦ Kentucky (8 cents)
By contrast, the highest beer taxes (per gallon) can be found in:
♦ Alaska ($1.07)
♦ Alabama ($1.05)
♦ Georgia ($1.01)
♦ South Carolina (77 cents)
Most states reasonably fall somewhere in the middle of these two polarities, with states in the Rust Belt and Mid-West in the teens and Southern states in the twenties, thirties and forties.