This is a list of state beverages as designated by the various states of the United States. The first known usage of declaring a specific beverage a "state beverage" within the US began in 1965 with Ohio designating tomato juice as their official beverage. The most popular choice for state beverage designation is Milk (or a flavored milk) with 21 out of the 28 states (26 states and 2 territories with official beverages) making milk their official beverage, while Rhode Island chose coffee-flavored milk. Alabama and Virginia are the only two U.S. states to have alcoholic beverages as their state beverages.
|Alabama||Conecuh Ridge Whiskey
|Kentucky||Milk (State Drink)||2005|
(An original Kentucky soft drink)
|Nebraska||Milk (State Beverage)||1998|
|Kool-Aid (State Soft Drink)|
|Rhode Island||Coffee milk||1993|
|South Carolina||Milk (State Beverage)||1984|
|South Carolina-grown tea
(State Hospitality Beverage)
|Rye Whiskey (State Spirit)||2017|
|D.C. & U.S. Territories||Drink||Year|
|District of Columbia||Rickey||2011|
|Puerto Rico||Piña Colada||1978|
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