Global Beer Consumption Statistics And Trends [Infographic]

Our Global Beer Consumption Statistics and Trends infographic will answer some of the most common questions often asked by beer lovers and brewery owners.

  • Which country has the highest per capita consumption of beer?
  • Which Country consumes the highest amount of Beer?
  • Which beer is most sold in world?

And a lot more in the same vein….

Infographic by 1001 Beer Steins

Global Beer Consumption Statistics And Trends

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Czech Republic has the highest Annual Per Capita Consumption of Beer of 158.6 Liters

China has the highest national consumption of Beer of 28,640 Mega Liters followed by United States with consumption of 23,974 Mega Liters

Nevada is the highest per capita Beer Consuming state with per capita consumption of 44 Gallons/year Whereas Utah has the lowest per capita Beer Consumption of only 19.5 Gallons/year

Bud Light is the most sold Beer in the world with sales of $5.327 Billion per year

July 4th is highest beer consumption Day of the year with consumption of 63.5 Million crates of year followed by Memorial Day (61.0 Million Crates) and Labor Day (60.2 Million Crates)

Global Beer Market revenues are expected to reach 522.60 Billions by 2015

A-B InBev has the highest Global Beer Sales share of 18% , followed by SABMiller (14%) and Heineken (9%)

China has the fastest growing Beer market having annual growth rate of 39.7% followed by Brazil having growth rate of 8.3% and Russia 7.1%

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