September 23rd, 2016
Conference Name: Future Trends Spirits Location: London Date and time: 3rd October 2016, 12.25pm Speaker: Spiros Malandrakis, Senior Alcoholic Drinks Analyst, Euromonitor International Event description: The future trends spirits summit is organised by the Morning Advertiser which is a leading provider of news and business information to the pub sector. Since merging the sector’s two best-known […]
September 7th, 2016
While Euromonitor’s forecasting capabilities have been vindicated and our views on nascent trends reiterated, macro-economic volatility has historically derailed seemingly linear growth trajectories.
September 4th, 2016
Location: Beijing, China Date: 10th-12th Oct. 2016 Event Description: Asia is the continent where the wine and spirits industry has undergone the greatest (r)evolution but nearly 80% of wines and spirits produced in this vast area of 44 million km2 are unknown to the public, and up until now, there has been no platform for […]
August 24th, 2016
Alcoholic drinks manufacturers have experienced many unexpected factors such as slow economy growth, the anti-extravagance campaign, intense market competition and changing consumer needs.
August 19th, 2016
Opportunities and pitfalls abound for both alcoholic drinks and tobacco in partnership with the legal cannabis industry in the United States. The legal cannabis industry accounts for US$7 billion in 2015, and only a few states have legalized recreational use. Although legislation and regulations would most certainly play a heavy role in federal legalization, both […]
August 14th, 2016
In 2015, the Hungarian Competition Authority announced the four largest players in the beer market in Hungary will have to reduce their contracts with hotels, restaurants and cafes in order to give local players a chance to compete. As craft beer as become a global phenomenon, Eastern Europe has experienced a surge in small breweries, […]
August 9th, 2016
Beer in Georgia is suffering from low consumption due to government imposed excise tax and local currency fluctuations. Weak consumer confidence is leading to the cutting of non-essential items – beer being one of them. With local currency fluctuations comes a restructuring of the beer market in the country – imports become more expensive and […]
July 8th, 2016
Bucking the global alcoholic drinks’ decline, the Eastern European cider/perry market continues to show a healthy development.
June 19th, 2016
Date: Wednesday, 22nd June 2016 Location: LSO St Luke’s, Old Street, London The first “Future Trends: Beer & Cider” will gather together experts from the alcoholic drinks industry to discuss the current state of the market, new products developments and the future of the industry. In his presentation “a new dawn brewing: an industry in […]
June 16th, 2016
In Germany, apple wine has seen high levels of innovation as part of mixers with different flavours. In the UK, flavored ciders and shandy are spilling over into other categories, including spirit-flavored beers. Finally, spirits in the UK are being influenced by flavour enhancements in vodka and bourbon. Watch on YouTube