A new study by Budweiser found that the favorite alcoholic drink of Americans is – wait for it – beer! Astonishing, right?

What is a little surprising is that Washington finished in the middle of the pack of beer-loving states.

The survey of 2,000 adults ranked the states where people are most likely to drink beer over other types of alcohol.

Here are the results:

1. Massachusetts: 51%
2. Missouri: 50%
3. Wisconsin: 49%
4. Oklahoma: 48%
5. Arizona: 47%
6. New Jersey: 46%
7. Virginia: 46%
8. Maryland: 45%
9. New York: 44%
10. Colorado: 43%
11. Louisiana: 42%
12. Florida: 41%
13. West Virginia: 40%
14. Alabama: 39%
15. Nevada: 39%
16. Oregon: 39%
17. Maine: 38%
18. California: 37%
19. Iowa: 37%
20. New Mexico: 37%
21. Wyoming: 37%
22. District of Columbia: 36%
23. Idaho: 36%
24. Michigan: 36%
25. Washington: 36%

Only 36% of Washingtonians said beer was their social drink of choice. 66% of beer-drinking Washingtonians said they would choose domestic over imported beer. (Again, this was a study conducted by Budweiser.)

Nationally, beer was the top thing people order at bars.

1. Beer, 36%
2. Margaritas, 17%
3. Wine, 13%
4. Cosmopolitans, 5%
5. Gin and tonics, 4%

The survey also found Americans preferred domestic beer to imported beer by a 2-to-1 margin.