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Alcoholic Drink Market Research

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


Mintel’s alcoholic drink industry reports can help you gain further insight into the alcoholic drink market trends and gain valuable alcoholic drink consumer data.


Make sure you stay one step ahead of your competition – Mintel’s market analysis can help you make informed business decisions by providing up-to-the-minute alcoholic drink industry intelligence. Our market intelligence reports span hundreds of countries and regions.

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  1. Young People (18-24s) and their Attitudes to Alcohol - Ireland - July 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • July 2010
    • Ireland

    In response to increasing demand for data concerning the dynamic economy and growth markets of Northern Ireland and The Republic of Ireland, Mintel has developed a series of reports covering a wide variety of sectors within both of these dynamic regions. Each one provides ...

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  2. Wine - Ireland - June 2013

    • Consumer Report
    • June 2013
    • Ireland

    “With aggregate new product launches declining, flavour innovations similar to those seen in the cider category provide the drinks companies serving the Irish wine industry with an opportunity to breathe fresh life into a declining market and create potentially lucrative new ...

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  3. White and Dark Spirits - Ireland - May 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • May 2009
    • Ireland

    The impact of the euro and consequent rise in cross-border trade has had mixed consequences for the spirits market. RoI consumers are thirsty for bargains and have helped boost the NI market in both the on- and off-trade. Competition on both sides of the border has intensified, ...

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  4. Beer & Cider - Ireland - June 2018

    • Consumer Report
    • June 2018
    • Ireland

    “2017 saw the value sales of beer and cider increase on the back of improving consumer confidence in RoI. Moving forward into 2018 and beyond, premiumisation continues to drive the market, with craft being the key contributor.”
    – Brian O’Connor, Senior Consumer Analyst

    This ...

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  5. Beer - Ireland - June 2016

    • Consumer Report
    • June 2016
    • Ireland

    “In a climate where discounters are currently excelling throughout IoI, we find that Irish consumers are becoming more driven towards unique, value-added beers and furthermore, are willing to pay a premium for this luxury. The rise in craft beers, which is set to continue in ...

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  6. Cider - Ireland - February 2014

    • Consumer Report
    • February 2014
    • Ireland

    “The cider market in Ireland has endured the same issues as the larger alcohol industry, with dwindling value sales in the on-trade as consumers increasingly drink at home. Cider reaps both the advantages and disadvantages of being seen as a summer drink, being seen as more ...

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  7. Beer - Ireland - April 2013

    • Consumer Report
    • April 2013
    • Ireland

    “The Irish beer market has struggled through some trying times since the onset of the economic downturn, with the Irish on-trade bearing the brunt of the hardship. However, with a booming off-trade and growth of the craft beer segment, coupled with the possibility of government ...

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  8. Beer and Cider - Ireland - January 2012

    • Consumer Report
    • January 2012
    • Ireland

    Alcohol consumption levels within Ireland decreased between 2007 and 2011, leading to an impact on the beer and cider market. In particular the pub trade has decreased in value, with 30,000 jobs having been lost in RoI alone since 2007.

    Pressure has been put on on-trade sales, ...

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  9. Wine - Ireland - February 2011

    • Consumer Report
    • February 2011
    • Ireland

    Like all segments of the alcohol market, the wine segment has undergone changes due to the economic downturn. Increasingly consumers are turning away from the on-trade and drinking at home, but also seeking to elevate themselves and become more sophisticated drinkers. This ...

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  10. Wine - Ireland - February 2020

    • Consumer Report
    • February 2020
    • Ireland

    “The growing popularity of smaller packaging formats in recent years provides brands with opportunities to position ‘single-serve’ bottles of wine as an indulgent and permissible treat that consumers can enjoy with a meal or relaxing at home while moderating the amount of ...

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