Beer tax in your state

In Tennessee, you'll pay around 66 cents more for a six-pack due to the state's beer taxes. But right across the border in Missouri
you'll pay just about 3 cents. See what your state charges.



Source: Tax Foundation. State beer excise tax rates as of January 1, 2013 Interactive: Tal Yellin / CNNMoney



Notes

Tax rates based on beer-specific taxes collected by the states, including statewide excise taxes, sales taxes specific to alcoholic beverages and case or bottle fees. It does not include locally collected excise taxes or general sales taxes. These taxes are typically built into the price a consumer pays at checkout.


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