With the Mitten State getting props for craft beer and wine, it's no surprise we Michiganders like to enjoy our adult beverages.

But what city is the drunkest? Roadsnacks, a website that uses "data, analytics, and a sense of humor to determine the dirt on places across the country" has ranked the 10 Drunkest Cities in Michigan.

"It’s not always the big cities and college towns that are getting ‘Michigan Drunk’ the most," according to Roadsnacks.

In fact, neither Grand Rapids (the Beer City USA) or Ann Arbor, home to U-M, one of Playboy's Top Party Schools of 2015, make the list.

So how did Roadsnacks determine the drunkiest places in Michigan? Using this criteria:

  • 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 past week.
  • Each city’s divorce rate.
Why divorce rate? Roadsnacks explains, "We thought why not add in a stereotype? Cause, you know, drinking is one reason for divorce, and something that divorced people do a lot of."

 
So there you go. By using that very scientific criteria, here are the Michigan cities Roadsnacks determined to be the drunkest:

  1. Traverse City
  2. Mount Clemens
  3. Ferndale
  4. Muskegon
  5. Benton Harbor
  6. Kalamazoo
  7. Escanaba
  8. Flint
  9. Grand Haven
  10. Bay City
Traverse City tops the list. It turns out the Northern Michigan vacation destination is home to not only the Cherry Festival, but also the most bars and liquor stores per capita. TC's 12 breweries and 4th highest divorce rate in the state also helped it nab No. 1.

 
What do you think? Did Roadsnacks get it right? Or are there some tipsy Michigan towns missing from the list?