Colorado’s Booziest Towns: The State’s Top Drinking Destinations
The website Roadsnacks put together a list of the ten drunkest cities in Colorado. A number of fascinating, and somewhat contrived factors went into determining the results. Take a look. You may be living in one of the top 10.
Top 10 Drunkest Towns In Colorado
Most of the communities on the list really don't qualify as cities, but rather as small mountain towns. Some are year-round resort communities, while others are hubs for major breweries.
The website Roadsnacks asks the question, "Is there anything wrong with being called the drunkest city in your state?" Who exactly is Roadsnacks, and what do they know? Looking at their official webpage, the heading reads, "Roadsnacks - The stuff about where you live that no one else has the guts to say."
Their page adds that to date, April 20, 2023, their studies have covered a total of 61 categories.
- Best States To Live In
- Best Places To Live In Colorado
- Worst Places To Live In America
- Most Dangerous Places To Live
What's the ultimate mission? The page states, "We want to help people find a place to live that fits them personally.
What Criteria Did They Use To Gather This Data?
At this point, it's kind of in the eye of the beholder. Factors Included:
- Number of bars and pubs per capita
- Number of wineries per capita
- Number of liquor stores per capita
- Each city’s drunk-related tweets within the last week
- Each city’s divorce rate
What About Tweets?
What exactly is a drunk-related tweet, and who determines that it was influenced by alcohol? Roadsnacks has an answer for that:
For geo-located tweets, we measured the following raw number of tweets that came from within a city’s general area: #Drunk, #Party, #Beer, #Wine and #Cocktails
Take a look at the gallery below. If it's cocktail time, you may want to swing by one of these Colorado towns.