Beer keg market
- Kegs in brief
- Leaders in keg production
- World draft beer market
- Secondary market
- Keg price
- Draft beer and keg market in Russia
- Market structure
- Analysis of keg import to Russia
- Conditions for craft beer expansion
- Niche for craft beer in Russia
- How many small brewers are there in Russia?
- “Small” does not equal “craft”
What is left after foam collapse? Changes on the beer market in Russia 2000-2014
- Beer market in 2014
- Economy vs state regulation
- Recession demographics
- More money, more beer?
- Motives for beer consumption
- Who drinks, what is drunk
- "Collective alcoholic"
- Decline of beer status in Russia
- Beer during crisis
- Money for beer
- Unconcerned unemployed
- Beer and labor
Beer market of Kazakhstan in 2014
- Beer and Economy of Kazakhstan
- Beer and weather
- Beer displaced vodka
- Development of beer market outlets
- Production and market development
- Leading companies’ positions
- Malt production
- Beer and monastic Orders
- Benedictine roots of beer brands
- Brewers-Benedictines in Germany
- The Trappist beer
- Benedictine Brewers in Europe and the USA
- Mendicant monks on labels…
- …and real monks
- Abbey, but not Catholic?
- Protestant beer
- Orthodox beer
France: Beer consumption declines by 1.7% in 2010
Specialty beers (beer abbeys, white, brown, or flavored), the most expensive, are now the largest sector with 36% market share (by value), up 9.6%. Specialty beers above 5% alcohol also derive their game: they have seen their market share (by value) to increase by 5.4% in 2009 to represent 33.3% of the sector.
In contrast, conventional beers are struggling. They lost 5.3% market share (by value) to 26.4%. They are now in third place in terms of sales even though they are still the most widely consumed (38% by volume).
The decline in beer consumption is not new: in 30 years, consumption has dropped by 30% in France. With a per capita consumption of 30 liters per year , the French are low consumers of beer.
barley and malt
In the wake of declining beer consumption, volume of malting barley produced in France in the 2009/2010 marketing year decreased by 18.6% compared to 2008/2009. “Three quarters of French malting barley are exported, which makes France the second largest exporter of malting barley”, said Pascal Ch?vremont. France is the largest malt exporter in the world with a production of 1.3 Mt, of which 1.015 Mt is exported (78%), he said.