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Beer…By the Numbers

  • Change in seasonal beer sales in the U.S. from 2013 to 2014: Up 13.1 percent.
  • Change from in seasonal beer sales 2015 to 2016: Down 5.4 percent.
  • UK pub closings in 2015-16: 480.
  • Change from the year before: Down 7 percent.
  • UK brewery openings in 2015: 134.
  • Change from the year before: Up 8 percent.
  • Annual growth rate in UK craft beer sales: 40 percent.
  • Oregon’s brewery count in 2016: 218.
  • Its brewery count ten years ago: 76.
  • Barrels of Modelo Especial shipped in the U.S. in 2015: 5.4 million.
  • Increase over 2010 shipments: 135.3 percent (the nation’s fastest growing brand).
  • Japanese tax on a 350-ml can of regular beer: 77 yen (81 U.S. cents).
  • Japanese tax on a 350-ml can of “happoshu” (a lower-malt content beer): 47 yen (40 U.S. cents)
  • Unique beers served by Founders Brewing Company last year: 95.
  • Live acts that performed on Founders’ stage last year: 250.
  • Beer…By the Numbers

  • Oklahoma’s share of the nation’s 3.2 percent beer consumption: 56 percent (On Tuesday, Oklahoma voters approved sales of full-strength beer at grocery and convenience stores).
  • Second-place Utah’s share of the nation’s 3.2 percent beer consumption: 29 percent.
  • 3.2 percent beer’s share of national beer consumption: 3 percent.
  • U.S. beer imports in 2005: 26.5 million barrels.
  • U.S. beer imports in 2015: 31.3 million barrels.
  • Craft beer’s share of Brazil’s beer market: 0.8 percent.
  • Annual growth in craft beer sales in Brazil: 40 percent.
  • U.S. craft beer sales in 2005: 6.9 million barrels.
  • U.S. craft beer sales in 2015: 21.9 million barrels.
  • Increase in craft beer sales in 2015 over 2014: 12.8 percent.
  • Increase in craft breweries in 2015 over 2014: nearly 40 percent.
  • Number of beers £5 can buy in Denmark: 1.09.
  • Number of beers £5 can buy in Vietnam: 10.9.
  • Belgium’s brewery count in 2009: 127.
  • Its brewery count in 2015: 199.
  • Beer…By the Numbers

  • Sales of China’s Snow beer in 2013: 87.8 million barrels.
  • Snow’s world-wide rank in sales: 1st (4 of the world’s top 5 brands are Chinese).
  • China’s beer market, compared to the U.S. beer market: 21 percent smaller.
  • Years until China’s beer market will become bigger than the U.S.: 3.
  • Percent of American drinkers who prefer beer: 41.
  • Percent who prefer wine: 31 (23 percent prefer hard liquor).
  • State with the highest per capita consumption of beer: North Dakota (0.96 pints a day).
  • State with the second-highst per capita consumption: Montana (0.9 pints a day).
  • Craft beer sales for the first half of 2013: 9 million barrels.
  • Craft beer sales for the first half of 2014: 10.6 million barrels (an 18-percent increase).
  • Percent of American drinkers who drink craft beer: 23.
  • Percent of Americans who avoid craft beer: 30.
  • Percent of craft beer consumed by men: 72.
  • Cost of a pound of hops in 2004: $3-5.
  • Cost of a pound of cheap hops in 2014: $8. (Hard-to-find Citra hops cost $20 a pound.)
  • Beer…By the Numbers

    • Worldwide Trappist brewery count: 10.
    • Trappist breweries’ annual production: 387,000 barrels.
    • Leading Trappist brand Chimay’s share of that total: 40 percent.
    • U.S. beer sales in 2013: 200 million barrels (down 1.4 percent from 2012).
    • U.S. craft beer sales in 2013: 14 million barrels (up 9.6 percent from 2012).
    • Average craft drinker’s annual spending on beer: $181 (11 trips to the store).
    • Average “economy beer” drinker’s annual spending on beer: $252 (18 trips to the store).
    • Cost of a six-pack of Heineken in Oklahoma City (cheapest among cities surveyed by NerdWallet.com): $7.33.
    • Cost of a six-pack of Heineken in Chicago (most expensive among cities surveyed): $12.99.
    • Brewery openings in Colorado in 2013: 57.
    • Colorado’s brewery count at the end of 2013: 217.
    • Anheuser-Busch InBev’s share price in March 2014: $103.75.
    • A-B InBev’s market capitalization in March 2014: $166.83 billion.
    • Cost of a ticket to Three Floyds’ annual Dark Lord Day: $30.
    • Number of tickets sold: 6,000.
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