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Aussie Brewers Association Releases Craft Brewing Growth Statistics for 2016
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Small and independent craft brewers saw a six percent rise in volume and accounted for more than 12 percent market share in the beer industry in 2016, according to an annual report released Tuesday by the Brewers Association (BA).
The report, which also gave insight into how acquisitions are impacting the segment, is compiled by the Brewers Association (the publishers of CraftBeer.com) and led by the BA’s Chief Economist Bart Watson. Watson says it’s important to understand what the numbers inside the report mean.
“The goal of this release is not to measure the health of craft beer (which the BA does not define). We are trying to measure the health of small and independent brewers,” Watson writes in a separate blog post analyzing the findings.
The nuance is important. Polls show beer drinkers increasingly care about who makes their beer.
Here are more juicy numbers from the BA report:
The number of operating U.S. breweries grew 16.6 percent from 2015 to 2016.
Small and independent breweries accounted for 99 percent of the operating breweries in the U.S. in 2016.
The South Heats Up
Four Southern states — Virginia, North Carolina, Florida and Texas — each saw a net increase of more than 35 breweries in 2016. The BA report says it’s a sign the region is establishing “a strong base” for growth. (Need proof? CraftBeer.com contributor Nora McGuinnigle shows you Craft Breweries to Watch in 7 Southern Cities)
Craft brewers provided nearly 129,000 jobs, according to the BA. That’s 7,000 more than in 2015.
For more details, check https://www.craftbeer.com