Global Alcoholic Beverage Market Analysis, Growth, Trends & Forecast 2018-2023, With an Expected CAGR of 3.1% –

The “Global
Alcoholic Beverage Market – Growth, Trends, and Forecast (2018-2023)”
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The global alcoholic beverages market is expected to record a CAGR of
3.1%, during the forecast period.

The demand for alcoholic drinks is growing at a faster rate in emerging
countries, like India, China, Indonesia, and Singapore. This is driving
the demand for alcoholic drinks industry. The growing demand for premium
alcoholic beverages is considered to be one of the primary drivers for
this market. Efforts by alcoholic beverage manufacturers for
strengthening distribution channels and extension of purchase channels,
such as online stores, and convenience stores, is also contributing
substantially to the growth of the global alcoholic beverages market.

Alcoholic drinks can be segmented into three categories – beer, wine,
and spirits. Beer is the most consumed alcoholic drink across the globe
and contains around 4-7% of alcohol. Wine is the second largest segment
after beer and has 6-20% of alcohol in it and spirits contain 40-80% of
alcohol. Increasing demand for craft beer is also driving the beer
sales. Distilled Spirits is the top investment pocket in the alcoholic
beverages market, attributed to boom in premium/super premium whiskey
consumption, and the demand shift from beer.

The report is further segmented based on geography with further country
wise segmentation. Europe is the largest market for alcoholic beverages.
Europe has the highest per capita consumption of alcohol led by France
and is followed by Germany, Italy, UK, and others. Beer represented a
40.1% share of all alcohol sales value in Germany, France, Italy, Spain,
the UK, and the Netherlands.

Companies Mentioned

Key Topics Covered:

1. Introduction

2. Research Approach & Methodology

3. Market Overview

4. Market Segmentation

5. Competitive Landscape

6. Company Profiles

7. Appendix

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