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Breweries & the Beer Market Market Report 2006


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Published Date :
June 2006find similar
Report Type :
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Report Sector :
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Price :
£ 575
Contents :
13 Chapters

Table of Contents

The table of contents below is for Breweries & the Beer Market 2006

Executive Summary

1. Market Definition

Report Coverage

Market Sectors

Market Trends

The Historic Backdrop

The Rise Of Premium Lager

Changing Drinking Habits

Economic Trends

Population

Table: Uk Resident Population Estimates By Sex (000), Mid-years-2005

Gross Domestic Product

Table: Uk Gross Domestic Product At Current And Annual Prices (£m),-2005

Inflation

Table: Uk Rate Of Inflation (%),-2005

Unemployment

Table: Actual Number Of Unemployed Persons (million),-2005

Household Disposable Income

Table: Household Disposable Income Per Capita (£),-2005

Market Position

The Uk

Table: The Total Uk Alcoholic Drinks Market By Type Of Drink By Value (£bn And %),

Overseas

2. Market Size

The Total Market

Table: The Total Uk Beer Market By Value At Current Prices (£m At Rsp),-2005

Figure: The Total Uk Beer Market By Value At Current Prices (£m At Rsp),-2005

Table: Retail Price Indices For Beer By Trade Channel (index February=100),-2006

By Market Sector

Lager Versus Dark Beers

Table: The Total Uk Beer Market By Sector By Value At Current Prices (£bn At Rsp And %),-2005

Figure: The Total Uk Beer Market By Sector By Value At Current Prices (%),

Table: Leading Beer Brands By Type Of Beer And Owner,

Main Types Of Lager

Premium Lager

Standard Lager

Main Types Of Dark Beer

Ale

Bitter

Stout

Other Types Of Dark Beer

Nitro-keg Beer

Cask-conditioned Beer

Bottled Premium Ales

Table: Leading Regional Ale Brands By Owner And Region Of Origin,

Other Types Of Beer

Table: Specialised Beer Brands By Type Of Beer And Owner,

Overseas Trade

Imports

Table: Uk Imports Of Beer By Country Of Origin (% Of Total Volume),,, And

Exports

Table: Uk Exports Of Beer By Destination Country (% Of Total Volume),,, And

3. Industry Background

Recent History

Industry Synopsis

Table: Industry Synopsis For Uk Brewers (£000, % And £),

Number Of Companies

Table: Number Of Uk Vat-based Enterprises Engaged In Brewing By Turnover Sizeband (£000 And %),-2005

Employment

Table: Number Of Uk Vat-based Local Units Engaged In Brewing By Employment Sizeband (number Of Employees And %),

Regional Variations In The Marketplace

Table: Uk Brewers By Regional Location,

Distribution

Table: Uk Retail Distribution Channels For Beer By Value (£m And %),-2005

How Robust Is The Market?

Legislation

Eu Legislation And Excise Duty Rates

Key Trade Associations

British Beer & Pub Association

Other Associations

4. Competitor Analysis

The Marketplace

Table: Market Shares In Uk Brewing By Value (%),

Market Leaders

Scottish & Newcastle Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Coors Brewers Ltd

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Inbev Uk Ltd

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Carlsberg Uk Ltd

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Diageo Plc

Company Structure

Current And Future Developments

Financial Results

Other Companies

Table: Leading Uk Regional Brewers By Turnover (£m),

Outside Suppliers

Importers And Agents

Packaging

Production Supplies

Marketing Activity

Main Media Advertising

Table: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On Beer (£m), Years Ending December-2005

Lager Advertising

Table: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On Leading Lager Brands (£000), Years Ending-2005

Dark Beer Advertising

Table: Main Media Advertising Expenditure On Leading Dark Beer Brands (£000), Years Ending-2005

Other Marketing Activity

Brand Positioning And Personality

Exhibitions

5. Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities And Threats

Strengths

Weaknesses

Opportunities

Threats

6. Buying Behaviour

Consumer Penetration

Table: Penetration Of Beer By Sector And Packaging (% Of Adults), And-2005

Beer Demographics

Table: Penetration Of Beer By Type By Age, Sex, Social Grade And Region (% Of Adults),

Top Drinks Brands

Table: Penetration Of Drinks Brands Consumed At Least Once A Month (% Of Adults),

7. Current Issues

Brewing Developments

Distribution Developments

8. The Global Market

Globalised Brewing

Major National Markets

9. Forecasts

Introduction

Population

Table: Forecast Uk Resident Population By Sex (000), Mid-years-2010

Gross Domestic Product

Table: Forecast Uk Growth In Gross Domestic Product In Real Terms (%),-2010

Inflation

Table: Forecast Uk Rate Of Inflation (%),-2010

Unemployment

Table: Forecast Actual Number Of Unemployed Persons (million),-2010

Forecasts To

Table: The Forecast Total Uk Beer Market By Value At Current Prices (£m At Rsp),-2010

Market Growth

Figure: The Forecast Total Uk Beer Market By Value At Current Prices (£m At Rsp),-2010

Future Trends

Reducing Surplus

International Versus Domestic Brands

The Take-home Market

The On-trade

Diversity Of Beers

Packaging

10. Company Profiles

Anheuser-busch Europe Ltd

Carlsberg Uk Ltd

Coors Brewers Ltd

Diageo Plc

Inbev Uk Ltd

Scottish & Newcastle Plc

Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries Plc

11. Consumer Confidence

Methodology

Key Findings This Quarter

The Willingness To Borrow

A Slow Start To

Table A: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing To Borrow In Order To Purchase Expensive Items At Current And Constant November Prices (£ And £bn), February, May, August, November And February

The Desire To Borrow Stays Strong

Table B: The Number Of Adults Willing To Borrow In Order To Purchase Expensive Items (000 And %), February, May, August, November And February

The Willingness To Spend From Savings

Spending From Savings Declines

Table C: The Proportion Of Adults Without Any Savings (%), February, May, August, November And February

Table D: The Average Amount Consumers Are Willing To Spend From Savings In Order To Purchase Expensive Items At Current And Constant November Prices (£ And £bn), February, May, August, November And February

Consumers Increasingly Cautious

Table E: The Average Amounts Adults Are Confident Spending To Purchase Expensive Items (£ And %), February, May, August, November And February

12. Further Sources

Associations

Government Sources

General Sources

Bisnode Sources