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This week, the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) released their annual craft beer report, which identified ‘nolo’ (no/low) alcohol as potentially the biggest craft beer trend for 2020. They report that one in three drinkers are cutting back, while 23% of consumers between 18-24 are completely teetotal (an increase of 6% since 2018).
According to a recent survey conducted by YouGov for The Portman Group, 59% of UK drinkers have tried low-alcohol products. In addition to this, 23% of drinkers confirmed that they were likely to consider ordering a lower alcohol drink over the next six months. This figure is in line with similar research conducted last year, indicating that the demand for exciting low alcoholic products is here to stay.
Non-alcoholic beer is having a moment Non Alcoholic Beer Opportunities With falling alcohol consumption, more mindful drinking and a trend towards premiumisation, the stage is set for a bright future for the low and no drinks sector.
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