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Exclusive: Impact Databank Projects U.S. Spirits Market To Rise For 22nd Consecutive Year

The U.S. spirits market is expected to expand once again this year, at a solid 2.5% rate by volume, according to the newly released Shanken’s Impact Databank Review & Forecast: The U.S. Spirits Market, 2017 Edition. Continue reading →

Posted in News on September 18, 2017

New Amsterdam, Tito’s Drive Solid Growth For U.S. Market’s Top 10 Vodka Brands

While vodka’s growth has been slowing over the past few years, the category’s prevalence among the U.S. market’s biggest-selling spirits brands demonstrates its continuing strength. Continue reading →

Posted in News on February 13, 2017

Exclusive: U.S. Spirits Outperformed Beer And Wine For Fifth Consecutive Year in 2016

The U.S. spirits market expanded for the 21st consecutive year in 2016, with a modest 2.5% gain to 221 million nine-liter cases. Continue reading →

Posted in News on February 6, 2017

Top Whisk(e)y Brands Make Big Gains In 2016, Sparked By Innovation

The U.S. market’s top-selling whisk(e)y brands were all solidly on the rise in 2016.  Continue reading →

Posted in News on January 12, 2017

New Products Report: U.S. Wine Market Embraces Innovation

The U.S. wine market hit another all-time high in 2016 in consumption volume terms, according to Impact Databank, bolstered in part by American drinkers’ affinity for new, competitively-priced styles—particularly red blends—as well as a growing interest in alternative packaging formats, including premium-boxed and single-serve wines. Continue reading →

Posted in News on January 4, 2017

Exclusive: Top 25 Spirits Brands Advance By Nearly 5% In 2016, Reports Impact Databank

While both craft spirits and smaller high-end offerings from the big players are fast making headway, the U.S. market’s biggest spirits brands continue to drive growth. Continue reading →

Posted in News on December 22, 2016

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