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Destin named one of the nation’s most intoxicated cities

On Behalf of | Nov 22, 2023 | alcohol beverage law

Destin, Florida was recently named one of the top 20 cities for heavy drinking. Heavy drinking is defined as drinking more than a single drink daily or two drinks daily for females and males, respectively. Here is a rundown on how Destin was chosen and why excessive drinking may happen in this city. 

Why Destin is Florida’s drunkest city 

A recent study revealed that the area of Destin, Fort Walton Beach and Crestview was crowned as the Sunshine State’s most intoxicated. The area also ranked number 18 in a list of 20 American cities susceptible to excessive drinking. The study reported that more than 23% of adults in this metropolitan area drank alcohol excessively, which exceeds the 18% average for the nation. 

One of the top reasons for Destin’s excessive drinking is the fact that people can easily access alcohol in the area, and drinks are relatively affordable. Florida is also a popular place for drinking overall since the state’s alcohol tax rate is among the lowest in the country. The state features numerous alcohol-serving restaurants and bars, which may further increase the temptation to consume alcohol. 

How a liquor license attorney can help 

Aspiring business owners seeking to establish businesses that sell alcohol may want to contact a liquor license attorney in Florida. An attorney can help them process the paperwork required to obtain liquor licenses. The attorney can also help them navigate complex regulations related to alcohol sales and ensure that they are aware of applicable federal and state regulations. A liquor license attorney can also help defend a business owner against a fine or license suspension for serving alcohol to a minor or other liquor license issues. 

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