Although consumer confidence is yet to fully return, the gradual ease back to “normality” brings with it the promise of an uplift for key spirits categories
Global alcohol consumption grew last year, however, new IWSR research forecasts that Covid-19 will push 2019 volume gains back by 5 years
As governments start to lay out frameworks for easing on-premise restrictions, it's the night trade, where crowds are core to the concept, that poses additional hurdles to overcome
Cocktail take-away and delivery options are providing a lifeline to businesses during lockdown, but will the trend survive after regulations ease?
Alcohol ecommerce trials in India could lay the groundwork for a permanent new sales channel in the world’s second-largest spirits consumption market
Covid-19 has spurred industry stakeholders to invest in and develop the alcohol ecommerce environment in countries where this channel was previously under-developed.
Even as restaurants and bars slowly start to open in some markets, there are signs that easing restrictions has not been met with overwhelming enthusiasm
The IWSR analyses the potential of the Ready-to-Drink category and its appeal to consumers looking for convenience and sophisticated flavours
- Irish Whiskey
- Mixed Drinks
- US Whiskey