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Use this tool to estimate new annual revenue from an alcohol tax or fee increase in your state.
Step 1: Select State, D.C., or U.S. from the drop down menu.

State/U.S.
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Control State (Spirits)
Control State (Wine)
The Alabama beer excise tax was last changed in 1969 and has lost 84% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 1.05 per gallon, it would now be $3.32 per gallon.
The Alaska beer excise tax was last changed in 2002 and has lost 24% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 1.07 per gallon, it would now be $1.37 per gallon.
The Arizona beer excise tax was last changed in 1983 and has lost 58% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.16 per gallon, it would now be $0.37 per gallon.
The Arkansas beer excise tax was last changed in 2001 and has lost 25% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.24 per gallon, it would now be $0.31 per gallon.
The California beer excise tax was last changed in 1991 and has lost 42% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.20 per gallon, it would now be $0.34 per gallon.
The Colorado beer excise tax was last changed in 1976 and has lost 76% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.08 per gallon, it would now be $0.32 per gallon.
The Connecticut beer excise tax was last changed in 2011 and has lost 5% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.24 per gallon, it would now be $0.24 per gallon.
The Delaware beer excise tax was last changed in 1990 and has lost 45% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.16 per gallon, it would now be $0.28 per gallon.
The Florida beer excise tax was last changed in 1983 and has lost 58% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.48 per gallon, it would now be $1.11 per gallon.
The Georgia beer excise tax was last changed in 1964 and has lost 87% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 1.01 per gallon, it would now be $3.56 per gallon.
The Hawaii beer excise tax was last changed in 1998 and has lost 31% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.93 per gallon, it would now be $1.31 per gallon.
The Idaho beer excise tax was last changed in 1961 and has lost 87% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.15 per gallon, it would now be $1.15 per gallon.
The Illinois beer excise tax was last changed in 2009 and has lost 9% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.23 per gallon, it would now be $0.25 per gallon.
The Indiana beer excise tax was last changed in 1981 and has lost 62% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.12 per gallon, it would now be $0.30 per gallon.
The Iowa beer excise tax was last changed in 1986 and has lost 54% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.19 per gallon, it would now be $0.40 per gallon.
The Kansas beer excise tax was last changed in 1977 and has lost 74% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.18 per gallon, it would now be $0.68 per gallon.
The Kentucky beer excise tax was last changed in 1954 and has lost 89% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.08 per gallon, it would now be $0.68 per gallon.
The Louisiana beer excise tax was last changed in 1948 and has lost 90% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.32 per gallon, it would now be $3.05 per gallon.
The Maine beer excise tax was last changed in 1986 and has lost 54% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.35 per gallon, it would now be $0.73 per gallon.
The Maryland beer excise tax was last changed in 1972 and has lost 82% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.09 per gallon, it would now be $0.49 per gallon.
The Massachusetts beer excise tax was last changed in 1975 and has lost 77% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.11 per gallon, it would now be $0.47 per gallon.
The Michigan beer excise tax was last changed in 1966 and has lost 86% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.20 per gallon, it would now be $1.42 per gallon.
The Minnesota beer excise tax was last changed in 1987 and has lost 52% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.15 per gallon, it would now be $0.30 per gallon.
The Mississippi beer excise tax was last changed in 1950 and has lost 90% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.43 per gallon, it would now be $4.10 per gallon.
The Missouri beer excise tax was last changed in 1971 and has lost 83% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.06 per gallon, it would now be $0.34 per gallon.
The Montana beer excise tax was last changed in 1992 and has lost 41% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.14 per gallon, it would now be $0.23 per gallon.
The Nebraska beer excise tax was last changed in 2003 and has lost 22% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.31 per gallon, it would now be $0.39 per gallon.
The Nevada beer excise tax was last changed in 2003 and has lost 22% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.16 per gallon, it would now be $0.20 per gallon.
The New Hampshire beer excise tax was last changed in 1983 and has lost 58% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.30 per gallon, it would now be $0.69 per gallon.
The New Jersey beer excise tax was last changed in 1992 and has lost 41% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.12 per gallon, it would now be $0.20 per gallon.
The New Mexico beer excise tax was last changed in 1993 and has lost 39% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.41 per gallon, it would now be $0.65 per gallon.
The New York beer excise tax was last changed in 2009 and has lost 9% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.14 per gallon, it would now be $0.15 per gallon.
The North Carolina beer excise tax was last changed in 2009 and has lost 9% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.62 per gallon, it would now be $0.66 per gallon.
The North Dakota beer excise tax was last changed in 1963 and has lost 87% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.16 per gallon, it would now be $1.20 per gallon.
The Ohio beer excise tax was last changed in 1993 and has lost 39% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.18 per gallon, it would now be $0.29 per gallon.
The Oklahoma beer excise tax was last changed in 1987 and has lost 52% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.40 per gallon, it would now be $0.81 per gallon.
The Oregon beer excise tax was last changed in 1977 and has lost 74% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.08 per gallon, it would now be $0.30 per gallon.
The Pennsylvania beer excise tax was last changed in 1947 and has lost 91% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.08 per gallon, it would now be $0.82 per gallon.
The Rhode Island beer excise tax was last changed in 2014 and has lost 0% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.11 per gallon, it would now be $0.11 per gallon.
The South Carolina beer excise tax was last changed in 1969 and has lost 84% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.77 per gallon, it would now be $4.82 per gallon.
The South Dakota beer excise tax was last changed in 1987 and has lost 52% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.27 per gallon, it would now be $0.55 per gallon.
The Tennessee beer excise tax was last changed in 2013 and has lost 2% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 1.29 per gallon, it would now be $1.29 per gallon.
The Texas beer excise tax was last changed in 1984 and has lost 56% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.19 per gallon, it would now be $0.42 per gallon.
The Utah beer excise tax was last changed in 2003 and has lost 22% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.41 per gallon, it would now be $0.51 per gallon.
The Vermont beer excise tax was last changed in 1981 and has lost 62% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.27 per gallon, it would now be $0.67 per gallon.
The Virginia beer excise tax was last changed in 1977 and has lost 74% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.28 per gallon, it would now be $1.06 per gallon.
The Washington beer excise tax was last changed in 2010 and has lost 8% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.76 per gallon, it would now be $0.80 per gallon.
The West Virginia beer excise tax was last changed in 1955 and has lost 89% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.18 per gallon, it would now be $1.54 per gallon.
The Wisconsin beer excise tax was last changed in 1969 and has lost 84% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.06 per gallon, it would now be $0.38 per gallon.
The Wyoming beer excise tax was last changed in 1935 and has lost 94% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.02 per gallon, it would now be $0.34 per gallon.
The United States beer excise tax was last changed in 1990 and has lost 45% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.58 per gallon, it would now be $1.02 per gallon.
The District of Columbia beer excise tax was last changed in 1989 and has lost 48% of its value. If the tax had kept pace with inflation, instead of 0.09 per gallon, it would now be $0.17 per gallon.
Step 2: Enter tax or fee increase for one or more alcohol categories.
(e.g., Enter a ten-cent tax or fee increase for beer as 0.1 in the box under "Beer".)
Step 3: Select a unit of measurement.
Beer
Tax Increase $

12 oz. Drink.
Liter
Gallon
31 Gallon Barrel
Wine
Tax Increase $

5 oz. Drink.
Liter
Gallon
31 Gallon Barrel
Spirits
Tax Increase $

1.5 oz. Drink.
Liter
Gallon
31 Gallon Barrel
Step 4: Click the Calculate button!