Drinking more than one drink a day is no longer an American tradition, but the beverage is getting increasingly popular.
The beverage is increasingly popular in Europe as well.
The beverage is growing in popularity as well, as evidenced by the fact that more than a third of Americans now drink vodka mixed drinks every day.
The United Kingdom is the leading vodka drinker, according to research by the British drinks consultancy Euromonitor.
In the U.S., which has been one of the most socially liberal countries in the world, the number of vodka mixed drink users has grown from 14.9% in 2012 to 21.5% in 2017.
The U.K. has been among the most socialized countries in Western Europe, but now that social change has shifted to the United States, vodka mixed-drink consumption has dropped significantly.
In fact, the U., which is the birthplace of vodka, is no more socialized than the U.-K.
The vodka mixed mix drinks have become more popular, because of the increase in American consumption.
This year, American vodka drinkers accounted for nearly two-thirds of all vodka mixed cocktail sales.
The percentage of American vodka drinkers increased from 7.2% in 2014 to 11.9%.
The number of U. K. vodka drinkers also grew from 6.4% in 2015 to 8.6%.
The U. k. vodka drink share in the U-K.
fell to 8%.
The British drink share also fell to 7.5%.
Source: Euromonitors Euromoncer predicts that vodka mixed beverages will continue to be the preferred drink of American adults until 2025.
The American Beverage Institute predicts that Americans will drink the same amount of vodka every day as they did in 2016.
According to the Beverage Marketing Association, American consumers will consume a total of 2.8 billion gallons of vodka in 2025.
Source: Beverage Promotion AssociationThe American Conservative’s Paul Waldman reports that Americans are drinking more vodka mixed with beer.
This has led to the U, which is one of several European countries that have made vodka mixed beverage consumption a national priority.