Beer Sales

Down: on-trade beer volume sales continued to decline

Pub beer sales down 2.9%

By Liam Coleman

More than 100,000 fewer barrels of beer were sold in pubs in the final months of 2016 compared to the year before, while off-trade beer sales continued to rise, according to figures from the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA).

What impact have tax cuts had on beer sales?

BBPA data

What impact have tax cuts had on beer sales?

By Oli Gross

Despite yet another drop in on-trade beer sales, there is cause for optimism as the 1.2% dip in Q3 is the smallest in two years for any quarter.

The decline in pub beer sales was the slowest since 1996

BBPA: Pub beer sales decline by only 0.8% in 2014

By Mike Berry

Overall beer sales are up for the first time in 10 years off the back of two successive duty cuts - but sales in pubs are still in decline, according to the latest Beer Barometer figures.

The BBPA said unused stocks of beer from the World Cup had skewed the figures

Annual beer sales up but on-trade slides

By James Wallin, M&C Report

Off-trade beer sales continued to drive growth as the on-trade slipped 0.7%, according to the British Beer & Pub Association’s Quarter 3 Beer Barometer.

Beer sales in pubs drop 6% in first quarter

Beer sales in pubs drop 6% in first quarter

By Gurjit Degun

Pubs have seen a 6% fall in beer sales in the first quarter of 2012, according to the latest quarterly Beer Barometer from the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA), issued today.

Beer sales: like-for-like growth

Beer sales: 1st quarterly growth in 4 years

By Martyn Leek, M&C Report

Beer sales — aided by the World Cup — saw their first like-for-like quarterly increase in sales in four years, the British Beer & Pub...