Global Craft Beer Market by Product Type, Distribution and Region; Size and Forecast (2018-2025) - ResearchAndMarkets.com

November 26, 2018

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 26, 2018--The “Global Craft Beer Market By Product Type (Lager, Ale, Stout & Porter and Others), By Distribution (On-Trade & Off-Trade), By Region (North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East & Africa and Latin America); Size and Forecast, 2018-2025” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.

Global Craft Beer market is expected to witness a significant growth over the forecast period owing to increasing demand for this beverage, its great variety of styles & flavors and penetration of new markets.Rising number of microbreweries across the globe produces small amount of beer but emphasize on the quality, taste and new product innovation according to the changing palate of beer drinkers. Thus, rising consumer preference for flavored and low ABV beer and increasing penetration of craft beer in emerging countries including China, India, South Africa and Brazil will propel the craft beer market over the forecast period.

The Craft Beers are mainly produced by small, independent breweries and offer a wide range of colors, texture and flavor. Asia-Pacific and other developing regions are witnessing demand for Craft Beers due the increasing disposable income and product innovation by the craft brewers. In addition to this, rising middle class population in Asia-Pacific and Latin America are raising the customer expectations that results in resetting strategic imperatives for industrial manufacturers to come up with customized products like craft beers in the market.

Key Product Analysis

Craft Beers are segmented in various product types which includes Lager, Ale and Stout & PorterLager and Ale both are derived from yeast. Lager yeasts are those that can be fermented at cool temperatures, generally in between 6C and 13C. Lager yeasts used in craft beers tend to produce fewer fermentation by-products, and are perceived to offer cleaner and crisper taste to the craft beer drinkers.Ale is also derived from yeasts that can be fermented at relatively warmer temperature, generally in between 15C and 24C. Lager yeasts are bottom-fermenting yeasts while ale yeasts are top-fermenting yeastsThe term Stout & Porter are used interchangeably for dark style craft beer that is produced using roasted barley, hops yeast and water. These are very strong beer types which became popular a long ago due to their increasing demand

Distribution Channel Analysis

On-Trade distribution channel of craft beer contribute to more than 50% of overall sale, in terms of volume. This is majorly due to high consumption of products in restaurants, clubs and bars in developed countries like US, Australia, UK, Belgium, etc. Moreover, the growth of microbreweries that offer their own craft beers also contribute to the On-Trade craft beer businessOff-Trade distribution channel is witnessing significant growth, mainly in developing countries because of they offer craft beers in much cheaper rate than their On-Trade counterpart.

Key Topics Covered

1. Research Framework

2. Research Methodology

3. Executive Summary

4. Craft Beer Industry Insights

4.1. Industry segmentation

4.2. Industry ecosystem analysis

4.3. Regulatory framework

4.4. Raw material analysis

4.5. Technological Landscape

4.6. Industry impact and forces

4.7. Company market share analysis, 2017

4.8. Growth potential analysis, 2017

4.9. Porter’s analysis

4.10. PESTEL analysis

5. Global Craft Beer Market Overview

5.1. Market size & Forecast

5.2. Market Share & Forecast

6. Craft Beer Market, By Product Type

6.1. Key Product trends, 2017

6.2. Lager

6.3. Ale

6.4. Stout & Porter

6.5. Others

7. Craft Beer Market, By Distribution

7.1. Key Distribution trends, 2017

7.2. On- trade

7.3. Off-trade

8. Craft Beer Market, By Region

8.1. Key Regional trends, 2017

8.2. North America

8.3. Europe

8.4. Asia Pacific

8.5. LATAM

8.6. Middle East & Africa (MEA)

9. Company Profiles

9.1. D.G. Yuengling and Son

9.2. The Gambrinus Company

9.3. Lagunitas Brewing Company

9.4. The Boston Beer Company

9.5. Sierra Nevada Brewing Co.

9.6. New Belgium Brewing Company

9.7. Bell’s Brewery, Inc.

9.8. Deschutes Brewery

9.9. Minhas Brewery

9.10. Stone Brewing

9.11. Chimay Beers and Cheeses

9.12. Omer Vander Ghinste

9.13. Feral Brewing Co.

9.14. Stone & Wood Brewing Co. Vagabund

9.15. Stone & Wood Brewing Co.

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