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Beer and Cider Market Research

Mintel’s beer and cider market research reports provide a comprehensive and extensive overview of the marketplace including information on the beer and cider market size and beer and cider market share.


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  1. Imported Beer - US - December 2009

    This report focuses on how the imported beer category has changed, particularly in response to the current U.S. economic and social landscape, as well as current trends in beer and brewing. Current economic pressures in the US have motivated consumers to seek alternate choices to higher-priced ...

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    US $4,395.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    December 2009
    US
  2. Domestic Beer - US - November 2009

    Heightened public awareness of the overweight/obesity epidemic in the US has helped to evolve the domestic light beer segment. The light beer segment reached a 60.8% share of total domestic beer volume sales with 4.4% growth from 2007-08. Meanwhile, the super premium and craft beer segment is the ...

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    US $4,395.00 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    November 2009
    US
  3. Lager - UK - November 2009

    • Since 2004, lager value sales fell by 11% to reach £11.4bn in 2009. Nevertheless, it remains the largest selling alcohol drink.
    • While the trade defines premium lager as having an ABV (alcohol content) of around 5% and above, only one in ten regular lager drinkers think that stronger lager is better ...

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    US $2,552.20 (Excl.Tax)
    Consumer Report
    November 2009
    UK