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Sydney and Brisbane have scored highest in per capita consumption of liquor across the Western Australian and Queensland governments’ liquor consumption data.
The figures from Statistics Australia show that both the cities had a total of 44.8 litres of alcohol per person in 2016, more than double the national average of 40.3.
But it wasn’t just high drinking, or high consumption.
The two western cities also spent a lot more than the national average on liq더킹카지노uor and their towns have some of the largest concentrations of bars.
One Sydney bar called The Fiddler’s is the only place in Sydney where a quarter of the residents drink alcohol every night.
Bar manager Sam Moore said one of the biggest challenges was putting up a bar to cater for these young people.
“They need a fun pla바카라ce and that’s probably why we have just one bar at the moment,” he said.
“We put everything on a truck and drive around and get them to find out what they need.
“We do that in just one day.”
Moore said one of the main costs of alcohol is the people at the bar.
“They are th우리카지노e ones, their families are the ones that are paying for it,” he said.
“We’re going to keep buying alcohol and they’re going to keep buying.
“In the end that money’s going to pay for the rest of it.”
The figures for NSW and Victoria came from state government statistics, but also from the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Australia.
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