IWSR assesses the impact of Covid-19 on six key macro trends driving and shaping the global beverage alcohol industry
In July 2020, the first non-alcoholic bar opened in Japan. IWSR looks at what is driving the segment in the world’s 4th largest non-alcoholic beer market
Younger LDA consumers are increasingly being drawn to beverage alcohol products that embody converging trends around wellbeing, provenance and environmental awareness
As more and more people eliminate animal-derived ingredients from their diets, the focus on vegan drinks and cocktail ingredients is increasing too – and there’s an opportunity for brand owners to set themselves apart by highlighting this to consumers.
Outside of events like Sober for October and Dry January, is there potential for the low- and no-alcohol category to become mainstream?
IWSR research shows volume increases for distilled spirits and ready-to-drink products in the US in 2019; beer continues to slip
Cocktail innovation: spices and savoury notes are the flavour profiles to watch on both coasts of the US
Cocktails are critical offerings in the on-premise in Los Angeles and New York City, but it’s the sophistication of savoury ingredients that’s gaining traction.
Within six years hard sparkling water, also known as hard seltzers, have grown to account for nearly half (43%) of all US mixed drinks - what impact is this trend having on the wider drinks market both in the US and globally?
Growth in still wine has been slowing down over the past few years, prompting US wineries to drive packaging and brand innovation, as well as on-premise experiences, to increase their appeal to younger consumers.
Gin led the way in consumers' appreciation of botanicals. Now, driven by the trend toward health and wellbeing, botanicals are appearing in categories further afield, including wine, beer and spirits.
- Irish Whiskey
- Mixed Drinks
- US Whiskey