The women of Rider Nation love their beer.

A new study from the University of Saskatchewan found that Canadians drink more beer than other dominant beverages. Women in particular consume more sugar-sweetened drinks, with lots of beer, and a low intake of milk.

In a news release, researcher Hassan Vatanparast says all of those bottles of brew could have health implications, like missing calcium requirements.  “These patterns in women have implications for poor bone health, risk of obesity and other morbidities.”