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Domestic and international Beer news, notes and numbers.
American Beer Sales
2006 209.8 million
barrels (31.5 gallon barrels)
2007 212.9 million
American Beer Production
2006 180.5 million barrels (31.5 gallon barrels)
2007 183,0 million barrels
Top Three American Brewers 2007
Anheuser-Busch, Inc., 105.2 million barrels
SAB-Miller, 40.2 million barrels
Molson Coors Brewing Co 24.3 million barrels
Total 169.6 million
barrels or 79% of domestic beer sales
The new owner of Anheuser-Busch,
Selling more than 230 million
hectoliters of brew around the world in 2007, Belgium-based InBev is the
world’s largest beer maker by volume. Last year, company revenues were US$22.5
InBev Beer Sales by Region
Led by beer sales in Brazil,
Latin American drinkers accounted for almost 40% of InBev-owned beer consumed
America … 91.5 million hectoliters (39.2% of InBev’s global
Central and Eastern
Europe … 48.3 million hectoliters (20.7%)
Asia-Pacific … 40.3 million
Europe … 35.5 million hectoliters (15.2%)
America … 14.8 million hectoliters (6.3%)
Exports/Licenses … 2.9 million hectoliters (1.2%).
Latin American Beer Sales By Country
InBev is number one in beer sales in Brazil,
Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay
and Uruguay, and number two
in all other Latin American countries below except Venezuela where InBev brands are in
Brazil … 70.1 million
hectoliters (30% of InBev’s global beer sales)
Argentina … 11.6 million
Bolivia … 3.1 million
Paraguay … 2.2 million
Venezuela … 1.6 million
Uruguay … 0.8 million
Peru … 0.7 million hectoliters
Chile … 0.7 million hectoliters
Dominican Republic … 0.3
million hectoliters (0.1%)
Guatemala … 0.2 million
Ecuador … 0.2 million
Central and Eastern European Beer Sales by Country
InBev beer brands have leading market shares in the Ukraine, Serbia,
Croatia and Montenegro. The
company’s products are either number two or number three in the other Central
and Eastern European beer markets below.
Russia … 21.2 million
hectoliters (9.1% of InBev’s global beer sales)
Ukraine … 10.9 million
Romania … 3.9 million
Serbia … 2.9 million
Czech Republic … 2.6 million
Hungary … 2.2 million
Croatia … 1.6 million
Bulgaria … 1.5 million
Montenegro … 0.4 million
Asia-Pacific Beer Sales by Country
Company brands won the third-largest share in the Chinese market and the
second-largest market share in South
China … 33.4 million
hectoliters (14.3% of InBev’s global beer sales)
South Korea … 6.9 million
Western European Beer Sales by Country
Among its largest Western European markets, InBev has the leading market
share in its home country Belgium.
InBev has the number two market share in Germany
and is number three in the United
United Kingdom … 10.8 million
hectoliters (4.6% of InBev’s global beer sales)
Germany … 9 million
hectoliters (3.9% of InBev’s global beer sales)
Belgium … 6.1 million
Netherlands … 2.8 million
France … 2.3 million
Italy … 1.4 million
Luxemburg … 0.2 million
North American Beer Sales by Country
Owning Labatt’s Brewing Company enables InBev to lead beer market sales in Canada.
Currently, Canadian consumption of InBev beer brands are 250% higher than in
Canada … 9.8 million
hectolitres (4.2% of InBev’s global beer sales)
United States … 4 million
Cuba … 1 million hectolitres
Special thanks for gathering above data is noted below with links.
Sources for this Article
This article presents independent calculations and insights based on
data drawn from InBev’s Guide To Our Business.
The copyright of the article InBev Global Beer Sales
by Country in Globalization
is owned by Daniel
Workman. Permission to republish InBev Global Beer Sales by Country
in print or online must be granted by the author in writing.
As summer ramps up, so does the activity here at the brewery. We've got a ton of new and interesting things going on here, which are in various stages of their brewing life cycle. The most important of that cycle to you, We'd imagine, is the end of its life when the beer crosses your lips! Ahh...the circle of life!
This spring has been very busy here at the brewery as the Longshot® entries keep rolling in, we had a bunch of our "brothers-in-pints" visit the brewery during the Craft Brewers Conference in late April, the newest Beer Lover's Choice® beers are almost ready for bottling.
We're so busy down here, we've decided to put the May & June newsletters together this month so we can spend more time brewing and less time writing! Not that we don't love you all...but you don't want to hear from us as much as wanting to enjoy great beer!
One of our favorite parts of summer is the release of our Summer Styles variety pack. From classics like Samuel Adams® Boston Lager and Samuel Adams® Cherry Wheat to our new Samuel Adams® Blackberry Wit, and of course, no summer mix pack would be complete without Summer Ale! So we've got your summer entertaining needs covered.
Brewing the Blackberry Wit was interesting challenge in striking the right balance of the sweet cereal character of barley and crisp note from the wheat to give this beer a refreshing backbone. At the same time, making sure the berry note from the blackberries was present up front in the nose and taste, without being overpowering. It pairs well with summer salads and lighter grilled foods like swordfish or chicken.
Rounding out the Summer Styles Variety Pack are Samuel Adams® Pale Ale and Sam Adams Light®.
The entries for the 2009 Samuel Adams® American Homebrew Contest® are all in and the judging has begun. When it's all said and done, we'll have our finalists announced at the Great American Beer Festival out in Denver.
The 2009 Samuel Adams® Longshot Mix Pack represents a wonderful range of what beer can be. At the malty end of the spectrum is Alex Drobshoffs' Traditional Bock. At the other end of the classic ingredients spectrum is Mike McDole's Double IPA. Finally, our own Carissa Sweigart's Cranberry Wit delivers the classic crisp, refreshing taste of wit beer that's nicely complemented by the tangy cranberry note.
Stay tuned for the announcement of the winning brews in our October "What's On Tap"
Craft Brewers Unite
For the past 25 years, Boston has been one of the epicenters of the craft beer movement. In 1984, the Boston Beer Company was born out of a vision that Jim Koch had for high quality, American beer.
In April the city of Boston hosted the annual Craft Brewers Conference. On Wednesday, April 22nd, Jim hosted a party at our brewery in Jamaica Plain. Fellow craft brewers were treated to some special beers which are in development along with Samuel Adams Boston Lager, one of the beers that helped start this whole wonderful revolution.
Of particular interest to many was the new barrel aging room that is dedicated to a new series of very unique brews.
BOSTON BREWERY OPEN HOUSE
Want a taste of summer time? Join us at the brewery in Jamaica Plain for our monthly open house. This month, we'll be sampling the brews available in the Samuel Adams Summer Styles variety pack.
The grill might even be going for tasty BBQ snacks!
* What: Samuel Adams Open House - Samuel Adams Summer Styles Tasting
* When:Thursday, June 25th, 5:00 – 8:00pm
* Where: Samuel Adams Boston Brewery
30 Germania Street
MBTA Orange Line - Stony Brook Station
Ultimate Pint Night:
Picture perfect! We were out in bars across the country on April 30th sharing the love of beer and perfect pints with Boston Lager lovers. Thanks to all who sampled and took the time to learn about what makes this the ideal glass for enjoying all the distinctive flavors in Samuel Adams Boston Lager!
To learn more or buy your own Lager glasses for home visit www.samueladams.com
Your Own Samuel Adams Getaway!
Have you been thinking of a summer getaway to Boston? The Courtyard Marriot at Boston's Copley Square has a deal for you. Only a 15 minute drive or short train ride from our brewery, the Marriot also hosts complimentary Samuel Adams beer tastings in the lobby. That's our kind of hotel. Visit their site for all the details.
Grilled Summer Vegetables w/Samuel Adams® Summer Ale Vinaigrette
Recipe by Chef David Burke
* For the Vegetables:
* 1 bunch asparagus
* 8-10 pc. Peeled baby carrots
* 1 red pepper
* 1 yellow pepper
* 1 medium zucchini cut in 1/3 inch slices
* 1 medium yellow squash cut in 1/3 inch slices
* 1 red onion cut in ½ inch slices
* 1 cup extra virgin olive oil
* sea salt & fresh ground pepper
* For the Summer Ale Vinaigrette:
* 2 cups extra virgin olive oil
* 2 tbsp Dijon mustard
* ½ cup white balsamic vinegar
* 2 tbsp Samuel Adams Summer Ale
* 2 tbsp chopped fresh herbs (chive, tarragon, parsley)
* Salt, pepper to taste
Separately blanch asparagus & carrots in boiling, salted water. Cut carrots in half lengthwise. Whisk together all ingredients for marinade and coat zucchini, yellow squash, and red onion. Lightly coat peppers in olive oil with salt & pepper and grill, turning frequently until pepper is charred all around. Wrap each pepper in paper towel and set aside. Season vegetables with salt & pepper and grill on both sides until warmed through. When peppers cool slightly, carefully remove stem & seeds. Using back of a paring knife, carefully remove skin. Whisk together all garnish ingredients and lightly dress vegetables
Want to learn more about cooking with Samuel Adams beers and Food & Beer pairings? Head to www.samueladams.com and go to "Food & Beer" and start exploring.
We would like to thank the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce and the businesses below for their generous donation this month towards our Brewing the American Dream Program. We were proud to serve our employee Long Shot homebrew winner, Carissa Sweigart (native Cape Codder) winning beer - Cranberry Wit. The following Cape Cod resorts and organizations were in attendance at a recent event at the brewery:
* Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce
* Wequassett Resort and Golf Club
* Nantucket Inn
* Steamship Authority
* The Cape Codder Resort and Spa
* The Resort and Conference Center at Hyannis
* The Red Jacket Resorts
* Chatham Bars Inn
* The Harborview Hotel and Resort
* The Dolphin Fleet
* Art's Dune Tour
* Provincetown Chamber of Commerce
* Mashpee Commons
* The Sheraton Eastham
* Ocean Edge Resort and Golf Club
* Carriage House limousine
Beer of the Month
A flavorful beer with a smooth finish that's both sweet and tart.
The blackberries used in Samuel Adams Blackberry Witbier are sourced from family farms, located at the foot of the Oregon Trail and Cascade Mountains in Western Oregon, where they have been growing some of the best blackberries in the world for centuries. They deliver a subtle sweetness that balances the traditional citrus flavors from the witbier. By bringing the blackberries, orange and coriander together with an appealing malt character and a spiciness from the hops, we've brewed a flavorful beer with a smooth finish that's both sweet and tart.
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