Alcoholbelt

From Strange Maps:

This map shows Europe dominated by three so-called ‘alcohol belts’, the northernmost one for distilled spirits, a middle one for beer and the southernmost one for wine. Each one’s existence and extension is determined by a mix of culture and agriculture.

Scotland seems to me to be miscategorized. And Russia surely should be colored black.

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