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  • 30/10/2017
  • 525
  • Need for a supportive taxation

Taxing the brewing sector : a European analysis

This report analyses the impact of changes in excise taxes across the European Union (EU). The analysis considers the impact on consumption, Government revenues, profitability in the brewing sector and direct and indirect employment. It also studies the comparable costs in the route to market for the different categories of alcoholic beverages across the European Union. The focus of that part of the report has been on the main drinks categories, being beer, wine and spirits.

  • advocate
  • 30/10/2017
  • 484
  • Contribution to the economy

Hospitality report

This report provides for an assessment of the economic contribution of the hospitality sector across 31 European countries.

  • advocate
  • 31/12/2016
  • 857
  • Contribution to the economy

Beer Connects Europe with the World

This study researches and analyses the trend and significance of global trade and investment patterns by the EU brewing sector since the 1990s, when the formation of EU contributed significantly to liberalisation in the global trade system. It identifies and establishes important contributing factors to the past and emerging trends such as trade liberalisation agreements, urbanisation, logistics and communications, supply chains efficiencies, consumption patterns and so on. It provides strategic insights on the future of the EU brewing sector in identifying trade strategies to maintain global competitiveness and to open new markets.

  • advocate
  • 02/01/2016
  • 803
  • Contribution to the economy

Contribution made by Beer to the EU economy 2016

This is the 2016 edition of The Brewers of Europe “The Contribution made by Beer to the European Economy” that shows the importance of beer to the European economy, elaborating on its importance for the agricultural and supply sector, for the hospitality sector and to government revenues. It provides data with regards to the direct and indirect employment generated by the brewing sector.

Other editions are available for download

  • advocate
  • 02/05/2011
  • 440
  • Contribution to the economy

Sponsorship Report 2011

This report measures the extent to which brewers of all sizes, across Europe, contribute to supporting the local communities through the sponsorship of different projects in different fields such as sports, culture, art…