beer in Russia
Company’s volume market share increased by 1.4%* in comparison with the similar period of 2015. Baltika’s shipments in Q3 went up by 16%. The quarter results positively influenced on company’s 9 months 2016 performance.
Over the past 6 years there was not a sign of the beer market stabilization, but now we can cautiously speak of it in three different aspects – economic, demographic and competitive. On the one hand, the changes are touching … Continue reading
Import beer supplies from far abroad have stabilized in 2016 and even started growing. This is due to major market players who provide an affordable price and wide distribution. Besides, the changes in the import segment are associated with a … Continue reading
Due to the challenging macro environment in H1 2016 the Russian beer market declined by an estimated 2-3% compared to the same period last year. Further decrease in purchasing power continue negatively affecting the market development, which is caused by … Continue reading
Russian Public Opinion Research Center (VCIOM) has publicly presented its latest survey data on the demands and aspirations of the local beer-drinkers. The main goal of the poll was to establish what kind of beer Russians would prefer to see … Continue reading
The Russian government has prepared amendments to the legislation providing for a ban on the production and sale of alcohol in plastic bottles larger than 1.5 liters, reported on the website of the Cabinet. It is expected that this will … Continue reading
“Catalogue of Russian Beer Producers 2016” (database) includes 861 businesses ranging from large subsidiaries of international companies to rather small restaurant and craft breweries.
The bottling of non-alcoholic beer under the Austrian brand was launched at Heineken’s breweries in St. Petersburg and Nizhniy Novgorod in April under a license agreement with the copyright holder — Brau Union Osterreich Aktiengesellschaft (Heineken’s subsidiary).
Heineken opened its own summer beer pub in Bolshaya Dmitrovka Street in Moscow, Vedomosti reports, citing the company’s representative. In his words, such a step has been taken due to existing restrictions on beer advertising.
In 1Q of 2016, the enterprises of the RF cut vodka and champagne production, but expanded cognac, beer and cigarettes