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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.


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  1. Christmas Drinking - UK - November 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • November 2010
    • UK
    • Christmas is the perfect time for brands to attract 18-34 year-old drinkers. For example, over half (53%) of this age group who are Christmas drink buyers try something outside of their usual repertoire of drinks during the festive period.
    • Alcohol manufacturers have an ...
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  2. Consumer Attitudes to Drinking - UK - August 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • August 2010
    • UK
    • Despite alcohol consumption being in decline since 2004, almost half of consumers are drinking alcohol ‘once a week’ or ‘at least twice per week or more’, demonstrating how ingrained drinking alcohol is as part of British culture.
    • As consumers are going out less often but ...
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  3. Wine, Cocktail and Champagne Bars - UK - July 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • July 2010
    • UK
    • British out-of-home drinkers are habitual with seven out of ten stating that they usually drink the same thing.
    • The theatre of cocktail making is the main draw for two thirds of the 6.5 million consumers that have drunk cocktail in the last year.
    • Just under 4 million cocktail ...
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  4. 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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  5. Drinking Habits Among 18-24-year-olds - UK - June 2010

    • Consumer Report
    • June 2010
    • UK
    • Binge drinking (defined by the government/NHS as 6 units in one session for women and 8 for men) is rife among 18-24-year-olds, with four in five of this age group exceeding the recommended limit on a regular basis.
    • Although the drivers of binge drinking among the young is ...
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  6. Seasonal Drinking - UK - August 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • August 2009
    • UK

    While seasonality does have some influence in consumer alcohol purchase decisions, its role is more limited than might be expected given that seasonality is a recurring theme of drinks advertising.

    Choosing a chilled drink (i.e. rosé instead of red wine) is understandably more ...

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  7. Understanding Drinking Occasions and Unlocking Potential Customers - UK - August 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • August 2009
    • UK

    The first part of this report focuses on how drinking behaviour differs considerably depending on the occasion. For example, lager, bitter, stout and cider are seen as drinks for a ‘standard night’ in or out, while spirits and cocktails are seen as almost exclusively for ...

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  8. Independent Pubs - UK - July 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • July 2009
    • UK

    Independent pubs appear to be in the middle when it comes to performance of the varying pub business models: managed pub groups have benefitted during the recession from their significant buying power and ability to offer extremely competitive pricing, tenanted/leased venues ...

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  9. In-home Drinking - UK - July 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • July 2009
    • UK

    This is the first time that Mintel has produced a separate report looking at the market for, and developments in, in-home drinking. In-home drinking has been rising in popularity in the UK for some time and the current recession is likely to increase its share of the total ...

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  10. Binge Drinking - UK - June 2009

    • Consumer Report
    • June 2009
    • UK

    Drinking alcohol is engrained in British culture and shows no signs of abating – two thirds of adults drink at least once a week and the government estimates that 10 million people exceed daily limit guidelines.

    Mintel last examined British drinking habits in Attitudes Towards ...

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