The studies published between 2015 and 2004 focused on Thai adolescents (15–24 yrs.) describing alcohol consumption behaviors, the factors that affected alcohol consumption, and ways of prevention. The findings of study were: 23.5% in 2004 to 29.5% in 2015 (increase 6.0%) reported that they still drank. Most of them had their first time drinking at the age of 14 years old because they wanted to try. Beer was the type of alcoholic beverage they drank the first time. The factors that were positively related were attitude on drinking alcohol, marketing on alcoholic beverages, model of alcohol drinking, expectation of alcohol drinking, encouragement from friends drinking alcohol, caring from families, accession in alcohol drinking sources and not abide by the regulation of schools. The preventive approach to alcohol consumption were; behaviors of Thai adolescent required the cooperation and participation of Alcohol Control Board Province, school administrators, teachers, parents, government officials, owners of alcoholic beverages store and dormitory operators to prevent factors and enforcement of the alcoholic beverage control law and child protection law.