A six-pack of beer tastes the same no matter what state you drink it in, but the price you pay can really vary.
In Tennessee, you'll pay 66-cents toward state beer taxes per six-pack.
Right next door in Missouri, the tax drops to mere pennies.
States with the highest beer taxes include Alaska, Alabama and Georgia.
If you really want to drink on the cheap, head to Wyoming. The cowboy state has the lowest taxes. And they haven't been raised since 1935, two years after the end of Prohibition.