US: Beer market value rises in 2011

By Chris Mercer | 14 February 2012

Consumer thirst for mainstream lager brands may be waning in the US, but higher sales of craft and import beers increased the overall market value in 2011, according to recent figures.

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Consumer thirst for mainstream lager brands may be waning in the US, but higher sales of craft and import beers increased the overall market value in 2011, according to recent figures.

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