Individually, it depends. However, as a country, the United States of America drinks an average of 2.94 gallons of wine per person, 28 gallons per capita of beer, and an average of 13.3 liters per alcoholic consumer each year. Alcoholic consumption is actually rising in the United States, as there are plenty of ways to get beer, wine, and other alcoholic drinks.These numbers do not often include underage drinkers.
These people tend to be teens who get into their parents’ alcoholic drinks by accident, on purpose, or have a legal aged friend buy for them.
This said, there are plenty of people in the United States who do not drink at all. Since it makes sense to distribute averages to everyone and then do it by group, there are numbers that account all people as alcohol drinkers to get an idea of how much is being sold.