New report shows growing focus by kiwi craft brewers on exports; off premise sales up 42%

Thu, 13 Aug 2015

By Fiona Rotherham Aug. 13 (BusinessDesk) - More than a third of New Zealand’s craft beer brewers are exporting and another third say they plan to expand into global markets within two years, an ANZ Bank New Zealand industry survey shows. Although overall beer consumption has fallen 12 percent in New Zealand since 2008, the volume of high strength beer has almost doubled since 2009 reflecting the growing demand for craft beers as the number of craft brewers also jumped to 111 from 52 in the past five years. Off-premise retail sales of...

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