Analysis of beer market in China (on Russian)
Beer market of Ukraine: big three losing weightIn 2016, fast increase of excises and resulting price spike stood in the way of the beer market stabilization. Most of competition (as well as mass sorts) moved to the economy segment of the market. The biggest losses were incurred by the leading three, especially Obolon, which again experienced pressure after reallocation of Efes market share. However, one should already speak of TOP-4. Group Oasis CIS (PPB) became a strong player and competitor to transnational companies. Besides the net sales of many regional medium breweries look rather good and 16-fold cost reduction wholesale trade license for craft brewers opens up a possibility of rapid growth in 2017.
Analysis of beer market in China
China’s transition to a “new normal” reality backfired on the brewing industry unexpectedly. Stagnation and subsequent market decline resulted from dynamic social and economic changes. There has emerged a “two speed” market where the medium class significance is growing, yet the share of main beer consumers, “blue collar” is decreasing. Also the inflow of consumers is shrinking, as demographics stopped being a growth driver. Finally, beer is giving way to other alcohol drinks....
New survey shows Russians want traditional Russian beer
Along with the revival of Russian winemaking (76% spoke in favor), the majority of Russians would like to return to the traditions of Russian breweries (58%). At the same time, the very same concepts in relation to vodka and moonshine polled much lower, at just 45 and 26 percent, respectively.
Among the population, the most common statement (opinion) is that most of the beers on the shelves in Russian stores are produced in Russia using foreign technologies rather than the opposite (44% vs. 37% respectively). Meanwhile, 72% of respondents would like to see more of traditionally Russian beer on the shelves, while foreign-born suds is not as popular, polling at only 31%.
35% of Russians believe the most promising area for the domestic brewers is in the revival of Russian brewing traditions. The idea of attracting foreign specialists and using their experience was supported by significantly fewer Russians (11%).
More than half of Russian citizens (53%) consume beer in general. The most appropriate situation for the consumption of this drink is considered to be in social settings (68%). In other cases, the majority of respondents believe beer drinking is inappropriate during: sporting events (59%), Christmas (58%) and various other religious (77%) holidays. 93% unanimously agreed that drinking beer at any time of the day is inappropriate.
A telephone survey poll was conducted upon request of the Private Book Museum on May 31, April 1, and 4 June 4-5, 2016. The survey covered a basic stratified random sample of fixed and mobile numbers with a volume of 1,600 respondents. The selection was based on a complete list of phone numbers associated with the Russian Federation. For this sample, the maximum level of error with a probability of 95% does not exceed 2.5%. In addition, the sampling of error bias in the survey data could have contributed to the wording of questions and the various circumstances that arose in the course of field work.
|Let's talk about the tradition of the manufacture of alcoholic beverages. Now, I will read out the names of drinks and ask you to tell me whether or not to revive the tradition of making this particular beverage in our country. (Close-ended question, one answer per each line,%.)|
|Rather yes||Rather no||Can’t say|
|Some believe that the majority of beer sold in Russia is produced by traditional Russian technology, while others believe that foreign. What judgment is more consistent with your point of view? (Close-ended question, one answer,%)|
|Most of the beer sold in Russia, produced by Russian traditional technologies||37|
|Most of the beer sold in Russia is produced by foreign traditional technologies||44|
|Now I will list you the different types of beer, and ask you to say if you like or do not to see this beer on the shelves in Russian stores? (Close-ended question, one answer per each line,%)|
|Rather yes||Rather no||Other||Can’t say|
|Beer produced by Russian traditional technologies||72||20||4||4|
|Beer produced by Russian traditional technologies but abroad||42||48||3||7|
|Beer produced by foreign traditional technologies abroad||36||56||4||4|
|Beer produced by foreign traditional in Russia||31||51||8||10|
|If the direction of development of the industry of brewing in Russia depend on you, what would you do first? (Close-ended question, one answer,%)|
|The first I would begin to adopt Russian tradition of brewing production||35|
|First would purchase modern equipment for the production of beer||16|
|First would develop unique recipes of brewing and would launch them into production||16|
|Firs would attract foreign specialists and would use their experience and knowledge for the development of the industry||11|
|Do you drink beer, and if so, how often? (Close-ended question, one answer,%)|
|All||18-24 yo||25-34yo||35-44 yo||45-59 yo||60 and older|
|Several times per week||6||2||9||10||7||1|
|2-3 per month||13||17||20||18||6||11|
|Once in a mo||14||19||13||18||11||13|
|Less than once in a mo||20||18||22||15||26||18|
|Now I'll read you situations to find out if each situation is appropriate or not for the use of beer in this situation (close-ended question, one answer per each line,%)|
|Rather yes||Rather no||Can’t say|
|Meeting with friends||68||31||1|
|The other public holidays (May 1, May 9, June 12, 4 November, 8 March, on February 23)||44||53||3|
|At family events (wedding, anniversary, birth of a child, anniversary, etc.)||40||58||2|
|When watching sports events||38||59||3|
|While the national and religious holidays (Carnival, Easter, etc.)||21||77||2|
|Whenever having a meal (breakfast, lunch, dinner)||6||93||1|
4 Jul. 2016