A recent study by Fact.MR on the non-alcoholic beer market offers a 10-year forecast for 2021 to 2031. The study analyzes crucial trends that are currently determining the growth of the market. This report explicates vital dynamics, such as the drivers, restraints, and opportunities for key market players along with key stakeholders as well as emerging associated with the manufacturing of non-alcoholic beer.
A comprehensive estimate of the Non-Alcoholic Beer market has been provided through an optimistic scenario as well as a conservative scenario, taking into account the Sales of Non-Alcoholic Beer during the forecast period. Price point comparison by region with the global average price is also considered in the study.
The analysts have used numerous industry-wide prominent business intelligence tools to consolidate facts, figures, and market data into revenue estimations and projections in the Market Insights of Non-Alcoholic Beer.
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Key Segments Covered:
- Grapes-based Non-Alcoholic Beer
- Berries/Apples-based Non-Alcoholic Beer
- Malted Grains-based Non-Alcoholic Beer
- Hops-based Non-Alcoholic Beer
- Yeast-based Non-Alcoholic Beer
- Enzymes-based Non-Alcoholic Beer
- Alcohol Free (0.0% ABV) Beer
- Low-Alcohol (Upto 1% ABV) Beer
- Sales Channel
- Non-Alcoholic Beer Sales via Liquor Stores
- Non-Alcoholic Beer Sales via Convenience Stores
- Non-Alcoholic Beer Sales via Supermarkets
- Non-Alcoholic Beer Sales via Online Stores
- Non-Alcoholic Beer Sales via Restaurants & Bars
- Non-Alcoholic Beer Sales via Travel Retails
Prominent players are embracing innovative approaches such as ground-breaking marketing tactics, technological advancements, mergers, and acquisitions.
- In May 2020, Danish brewer Carlsberg and British pubs and cask ale firm Marston’s announced a joint venture which surged Marston’s share by 36%, recovering some of the value lost since the Covid-19 lockdown shut pubs across the country, as investors applauded the tie-up.
- Under the deal, the Danish firm will own 60% of the new Carlsberg Marston’s Brewing Company with Marston’s holding 40% and receiving a cash payment of up to £273m.
- In May 2017, Heineken N.V announced the acquisition of all the remaining shares in Lagunitas Brewing Company. To maintain the Lagunitas culture and free spirit, the company will continue to operate as an independent entity within HEINEKEN and will report within the HEINEKEN Americas Region.