Ohio ranks 34th when it comes to the state beer excise tax, a new report says.

The Washington, D.C.-based Tax Foundation examined state beer excise tax rates (dollars per gallon) across the U.S., concluding that Wyoming has the lowest at .02 cents while Tennessee tops the nation at $1.29. Ohio's tax is 18 cents.

"With summer quickly approaching, we can expect to see a seasonal uptick in beer sales, thanks to much-anticipated barbecues, baseball games, and the like. But when we fork over cash to buy yet another six-pack, how much is being used to cover the expense of brewing the beer itself? Less than one might think," author Katherine Loughead writes.

To read the full report, click here.