Beer Wholesaling in the US
The Beer Wholesaling industry experienced a few challenges over the five years to 2018, mainly due to volatile gas prices. However, the industry continues to benefit from the preservation of laws that prevent vertical integration of breweries and retailers. Additionally, consumers are now showing more interest in higher-margin beer products. Continued growth in per capita disposable income, alongside growth in per capita expenditure on alcohol, will facilitate added craft beer sales. Increasing consumer spending and major improvements to distribution technology will drive revenue gains for the Beer Wholesaling industry over the five years to 2023. Rising disposable income will in turn increase spending on costlier brands at drinking locations such as bars, brewpubs and restaurants.
This industry comprises establishments that primarily purchase, store, sell and distribute beer and other fermented malt beverages made by the Breweries industry (IBISWorld report 31212). This industry does not include establishments that distribute distilled spirits and wine.
This report covers the scope, size, disposition and growth of the industry including the key sensitivities and success factors. Also included are five year industry forecasts, growth rates and an analysis of the industry key players and their market shares.
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