Here Are The Most Iconic Drinks From Each US State

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    We recently asked members of the BuzzFeed Community to share which alcoholic drinks are popular in their state. Here are some of the best results:

    1. Alabama: Yellow Hammer.

    2. Alaska: Duck Farts.

    3. Arizona: Prickly Pear Margaritas.

    4. Arkansas: Whiskey Sprite.

    5. California: Red wine.

    6. Colorado: Craft beer.

    7. Connecticut: White wine.

    8. Delaware: Dogfish Head

    9. Florida: Mojito.

    10. Georgia: Georgia Peach.

    11. Hawaii: Mai Tai for tourists, "green bottles" for locals.

    12. Idaho: Craft beer.

    13. Illinois: Bloody Mary with Chicago Absolut.

    14. Indiana: Domestic beer or local beer.

    15. Iowa: Busch Light.

    16. Kansas: Fireball.

    17. Kentucky: Bourbon, straight.

    18. Louisiana: Sazerac.

    19. Maine: Allen's Coffee Brandy.

    20. Maryland: Orange Crush.

    21. Massachusetts: Sam Adams.

    22. Michigan: Oberon.

    23. Minnesota: Beertini/Midwest martini.

    24. Mississippi: Mississippi Punch.

    25. Missouri: Budweiser/Bud Light.

    26. Montana: Moscow Mules.

    27. Nebraska: Red Beer.

    28. Nevada: Anything fruity.

    29. New Hampshire: Bud Light.

    30. New Jersey: Jaeger Bombs.

    31. New Mexico: Margaritas.

    32. New York: Long Island iced tea

    33. North Carolina: Moonshine.

    34. North Dakota: Busch Lite.

    35. Ohio: Bloody Mary.

    36. Oklahoma: Lunchbox.

    37. Oregon: Craft beer.

    38. Pennsylvania: Yuengling.

    39. Rhode Island: Dark and Stormy.

    40. South Carolina: Sweet tea and vodka.

    41. South Dakota: Red Beer.

    42. Tennessee: Jack and Coke.

    43. Texas: Shiner Bock.

    44. Utah: Root beer.

    45. Vermont: Craft beer.

    46. Virginia: Orange Crush.

    47. Washington: Rainier beer.

    48. West Virginia: Moonshine.

    49. Wisconsin: Brandy Old Fashioned

    50. Wyoming: Wyoming Whiskey.

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