Are cocktail trends regional? What makes a cocktail sell well? How do consumers choose cocktails? What is the demand cycle of a cocktail? The new Cocktail Trends report from The IWSR anwsers these questions and aims to help our clients better understand where to focus their on-premise efforts. Find out more
This ground-breaking industry wide report shares results from the Craft Spirits Data Project, a collaborative project led by the American Craft Spirits Association, Park Street and the IWSR, in addition to global perspectives on craft from the IWSR’s analysts. Download a free sample
Working in partnership with J+D Consulting, a specialist forecasting agency, the IWSR have developed a flexible, interactive forecasting platform. The platform combines our best in class data, our expert opinion on future trends and allows our clients ultimate flexibility to review, analyse and adapt. Find out more
This report summarises the key findings from the IWSR’s Forecast Database 2016-2021. It highlights the likely areas of future growth for each major region and category. Covering all wine and spirits categories along with mixed drinks, cider and beer, the report offers an independent analysis of the future of the global drinks market. Download a free sample
US Beverage Alcohol Review
The first comprehensive look at all US 2015 spirits, wine, and beer brand/sales data, innovation insights, and the craft category with interactive online database.
Radius Quarterly Report
Radius, the IWSR's innovation tracker, brings you the latest product launches and new consumer trends driving the market.
IWSR Magazine (Dec 2016/Jan 2017)
This month we take a look at what the next five years hold for the global beverage alcohol industry and feature an exclusive interview with Moët's Jim Clerkin.