The average Ireland resident drinks the equivalent of 40 bottles of vodka every year, according to a new report.
- The excessive amount of consumed alcohol -- which also breaks down to 113 bottles of wine or 436 pints of beer -- is even worse than it sounds. According to the Health Research Board, which conducted the study, one in four Ireland residents don't drink at all -- meaning the average drinking resident actually consumes 53 bottles of vodka per year.
- And the fact that the country's pubs and bars have been closed for the past year has put just a tiny dent in residents' drinking habits; the Health Research Board reports the amount of alcohol consumed by Irish people has dropped just 6.5 percent since the shutdown began.
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