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Spirits’ Premium Tier Leads Off-Premise Value Upward

After gathering momentum in 2020 due to a pandemic-related 5.5% surge, the U.S. spirits market decelerated to 2% growth in volume terms last year, marking its 26th consecutive annual gain, according to Impact Databank. Continue reading →

Posted in News on January 21, 2022

Nielsen Update: A Sluggish Summer Selling Season for Beverage Alcohol Off-Premise

Facing tough comparisons against last year’s pandemic-driven surge, the alcoholic beverage industry has cooled off somewhat at retail, but there are a few bright spots. Continue reading →

Posted in News on September 3, 2021

Off-Premise Alcohol Sales Slip Year-On-Year, But Still Far Outpace Rates From 2019

Total off-premise alcohol sales by value were down compared to last year for the first time since the onset of the pandemic, according to Nielsen data for the week that ended March 13. Continue reading →

Posted in News on March 24, 2021

News Briefs for June 12, 2020

•As the on-premise slowly reopens across the country, many consumers remain wary about returning to dining out, according a Nielsen CGA survey of 1,600 consumers across California, Texas, New York, and Florida conducted June 5-7. Continue reading →

Posted in News on June 12, 2020

Off-Premise Growth Eases Slightly But Remains At Strong Double-Digits

Both spirits and wine saw off-premise sales slow slightly in the week through May 30 compared with prior weeks, according to Nielsen, although growth rates remain robust year-on-year. Continue reading →

Posted in News on June 10, 2020

Wine And Spirits Retail Growth Stays Strong, As Hard Seltzer Surges

The wine and spirits categories both maintained their rapid pace in off-premise outlets in the week through May 23, with wine’s dollar sales increasing 27% and spirits jumping 33%, according to Nielsen. Continue reading →

Posted in News on June 4, 2020

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