As autumn temperatures (allegedly) cool the United States, we reflect on the previous season’s best and brightest drinking days.

According to BACtrack Consumption Report statistics, this summer’s booziest days had nothing to do with the Fourth of July. On those dates, our national Blood Alcohol Content (BAC) averaged .065 to .067 percent — a hearty figure, to be sure, but nothing compared to the perfect storm that occurred in early September.

Our booziest day of Summer 2017 was Saturday, September 3. Labor Day Weekend coincided with the start of college football season, and tailgating commenced in earnest. For more details, check out the infographic.

BACtrack - The Booziest Days of Summer 2017