Beer Brewing Up 5.6 Percent in First Half of Year
26 October (BNS)
According to the Estonian Institute of Economic Research (EKI), 69.2 million liters of beer was brewed in Estonia in the first six month of this year, 5.6% more than in the same period last year.
The breakdown of the beers brewed was the same as a year ago - weak beer accounted for 89% of the total amount of the beer brewed and strong beer accounted for 11%. In the first half of last year the respective figures were 88 and 12%. The volume alcohol content of weak beer is less than 6%.
Of the beer brewed in Estonia, three percent more than last year was sold on the domestic market, accounting for 67% of the total output; last year the same figure was 68%.
The share of the beer brewed by the two biggest Estonian breweries, AS Saku Õlletehas and AS A.Le Coq, was 93%, two percentage points more than in the same period last year.
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