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Beer Market Insights United Kingdom

NEW YORK, Aug. 4, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Beer Market Insights United Kingdom

http://www.reportlinker.com/p02251277/Beer-Market-Insights-United-Kingdom.html

Summary

The Beer Market Insight United Kingdom report contains detailed brand, distribution and packaging data and analysis across the United Kingdom beer market for 2013. Brand and packaging volume data is available whilst value data is also available for distribution data. Text analysis reveals the drivers behind the data.

 

Key Findings

- The UK beer market declined but only slightly and 2013 was the best performance of the beer market for a decade

- Off-premise performance was boosted by good weather among other factors

- The leading brand changed in 2013 compared to 2012

 

Synopsis

Beer Market Insight reports provide detailed data and textual analysis of the beer category and the report contains four sections plus an Executive Summary, a concise summary of the report including key findings and drivers.

 

Section 1: Market Context

 

A summary of the external conditions and factors which impact on the beer market

 

- Market Context

 

- Market Environment

 

- The Consumer Palate

 

- All Commercial Beverages

 

- Legislation and Taxation

 

- Market Parameters Tables

 

- Legislation and Taxation Tables

 

Section 2: Market Background Briefing

 

A brief history of brewing in the country proving context to current market structure

 

Section 3: Market Update

 

Each section contains text explaining the main drivers behind the 2013 data

 

- Current and Emerging Trends

 

- Outlook

 

- Imports and Exports

 

- Segmentation

 

- Brand Analysis

 

- Private Label/Private Label Producers

 

- New Products and Photo Shots

 

- Market Structure

 

- Brewers

 

- Packaging Trends

 

- Channel Analysis

 

- Market Valuation and Pricing

 

- Distribution Trends

 

- Beer Pricing Tables

 

- Beer Data Tables*

 

Section 4: Brewer Profiles

 

A brief history of each major player in the country along with discussion of facilities, key events and developments in 2013

 

*Data is segmented by the following attributes in Beer Market Insight reports;

 

Brand;

 

- Alcoholic Strength

 

- Beer Type

 

- Brand

 

- Brand Owner

 

- Brewed In

 

- Calorie Rating

 

- Country of Origin

 

- Geographic Scope

 

- Geography

 

- Local Operator

 

- Local Segment

 

- Modus Operandi

 

- Price Segment

 

- PL indicator

 

- Trademark Brand

 

Distribution;

 

- Off-premise

 

- Off-premise sub channel

 

- On-premise

 

- On-premise sub channel

 

- Price Segmentation

 

Packaging;

 

- Pack Material

 

- Pack Type

 

- Pack Size

Refillable Indicator

 

Reasons To Buy

The Market Insight United Kingdom report contains detailed data segmented by many attributes which gives you a cohesive picture of the market and this data is combined with insight into the drivers of trends allowing you to identify opportunities and threats within the United Kingdom market. The extensive data shows you the performance of brands and brewers allowing you to compare and track performances. This report will point out how it may be possible for brewers to take inspiration from the growing UK cider market and how some brewers (not all small) are capitalizing on the profitable craft beer segment.

Table of Contents

Data Revisions Summary

Executive Summary

Executive Summary

Section 1 Market Context

Market Context

Market Environment

The Consumer Palate

All Commercial Beverages

Legislation and Taxation

Market Parameters Tables

Legislation and Taxation Tables

Section 2 Market Background Briefing

Market Background Briefing

Section 3 Market Update

Market Commentary

Current and Emerging Trends

Outlook

Imports and Exports

Segmentation

Brand Analysis

Private Label/Private Label Producers

New Products and Photo Shots

Market Structure

Brewers

Packaging Trends

Channel Analysis

Market Valuation & Pricing

Distribution Trends

Beer Pricing Tables

Beer Data Tables

Section 4 Brewer Profiles

Brewer Profiles

A-Binbev UK (Formerly InBev UK)

C&C Group Plc

Carlsberg UK Ltd

Diageo Great Britain

Greene King Plc

Heineken UK

Marston's Plc

Miller Brands UK

Molson Coors Brewing Company (UK) Ltd

Wells & Young's Brewing Company

Smaller Brewers

Methodology & Product Definitions

Map

 

 

List of Tables

 

Table 1: Data Revisions Summary

Table 2: United Kingdom Population Size and Growth, 1991-2016F

Table 3: West Europe Population Size and Growth, 2003-2014F

Table 4: United Kingdom Economic Indicators, 2005-2015F

Table 5: West Europe Commercial Beverage Consumption - Per Capita, 2003-2014F

Table 6: West Europe Commercial Beverage Consumption - Per Capita % Share, 2003-2014F

Table 7: West Europe Commercial Beverage Consumption - Per Capita Growth, 2004-2014F

Table 8: Taxation Base

Table 9: Excise Duty by Percentage Alcohol by Volume (From April 2014)

Table 10: Historical Excise Rates of Beer

Table 11: Legal Controls on Beer

Table 13: Leading Retail Groups for Beer 2009-2013 (number of outlets)

Table 14: Beer Key Facts

Table 15: Top 10 Beer Brands - Volume, 2011-2013

Table 16: Top 10 International Premium and Superpremium Beer Brands - Volume, 2011-2013

Table 17: Licensed Brand Owners and Licensees

Table 18: Beer Market Valuation (Local Currency), 2012-2014F

Table 19: Trade Margin Build-Up Model

Table 22: Beer Production/Trade/Consumption 000 HL, 2003-2014F

Table 23: Beer Production/Trade/Consumption - Growth, 2003-2014F

Table 24: Consumption of FABs and Cider (000 HL), 2003-2014F

Table 25: Beer Foreign Trade By Country (Imports), 2010-2014F

Table 26: Beer Foreign Trade By Country (Exports), 2010-2014F

Table 27: Beer Market Valuation (Local Currency), 2012-2014F

Table 28: Beer Consumption by Local Definition, 2010-2014F

Table 29: Beer Consumption by Standard Price Segmentation, 2010-2014F

Table 30: Beer Consumption by Alcoholic Strength, 2010-2014F

Table 31: Beer Consumption by Type, 2010-2014F

Table 32: Beer Consumption by Geographic Scope, 2010-2014F

Table 33: Beer All Trademarks, 2009-2013

Table 34: Beer Brands by Local Definition, 2009-2013

Table 35: Beer Brands by Standard Price Segment, 2009-2013

Table 36: Beer Brands by Alcoholic Strength, 2009-2013

Table 37: Beer Brands by Type, 2009-2013

Table 38: Imported Brands by Origin, 2009-2013

Table 39: Beer Licensed Brands, 2009-2013

Table 40: Beer Private Label Brands, 2009-2013

Table 41: Beer Trademark Owners, 2009-2013

Table 42: Beer Local Operators, 2009-2013

Table 43: Beer leading Brewers/Importers, 2009-2013

Table 44: Beer Consumption by Pack Mix: Refillability/Pack/Size, 2010-2014F

Table 45: Beer Distribution: On vs Off Premise, 2010-2014F

Table 46: Breweries Capacity (000s HL)

Table 47: A-BInBev Uk Full Brand List

Table 48: A-BInBev UK Brand Volumes 2011-2013

Table 49: InBev UK Brand Volumes 2009-2013

Table 50: Breweries Capacity (000s HL)

Table 51: C&C Group Full Brand List [1]

Table 52: Breweries Capacity (000s HL)

Table 53: Carlsberg Full Brand List

Table 54: Carlsberg UK Brand Volumes 2009-2013

Table 55: Breweries Capacity (000s HL)

Table 56: Diageo Full Brand List

Table 57: Diageo, Great Britain Brand Volumes 2009-2013

Table 58: Diageo, Northern Ireland Brand Volumes 2009-2013

Table 59: Breweries Capacity (000s HL)

Table 60: Greene King Full Brand List [1]

Table 61: Greene King Brand Volumes 2009-2013

Table 62: Breweries Capacity (000s HL) [4]

Table 63: Heineken Full Brand List

Table 64: Heineken UK Brand Volumes 2010-2013

Table 65: Breweries Capacity (000s HL)

Table 66: Marston's Full Brand List

Table 67: Marston`s Brand Volumes 2009-2013

Table 68: Miller Brands Full Brand List

Table 69: Miller Brands UK Brand Volumes 2009-2013

Table 70: Breweries Capacity (000s Hl)

Table 71: Molson Coors Brand List

Table 72: Molson Coors Brewers UK Brand Volumes 2009-2013

Table 73: Breweries Capacity (000s HL)

Table 74: Wells And Young's Full Brand List

Table 75: Wells & Youngs Brewing Co Brand Volumes 2009-2013

Table 75: Adnams Plc

Table 75: Budweiser Budvar UK Ltd

Table 76: Cobra Beer UK

Table 77: Daniel Thwaites Plc

Table 78: Fuller, Smith & Turner Plc

Table 79: Hall & Woodhouse

Table 80: Shepherd Neame Ltd

Table 81: Wadworth & Co Ltd

 

 

List of Figures

 

 

Figure 1: Beer Leading Brewers/Importers, 2013

Figure 2: Beer Consumption by Pack Material/Type, 2013

Figure 3: Beer Distribution by Channel, 2013

Figure 4: Beer Consumption by Price Segment, 2013

 

 

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