According to Fact.MR, the global market for craft beer will witness a moderate expansion during the forecast period 2017 to 2022. Global sales of craft beer globally will account for nearly US$ 20,000 Mn revenues by 2022-end.
Craft beer industry is one the oldest industries across the globe. Chief craft beer establishments have been commercial, and independently-owned, as they are included in the small-scale industry sector. Craft beer is highly expensive, as its production involves old traditional brewing procedures, and the cost of production is substantial. Being a traditionally prepared drink, craft beer is attracting interests of consumers, and they are willing to spend more money on it. Governments in countries such as China, Mexico, the U.K, Belgium, New Zealand, and Australia are promoting craft beer production, and incorporating new breweries. This will further lead to a positive contribution of craft beer industry to employment generation, and economic development.
Bocks to Remain Fastest-Selling Product in Global Craft Beer Market
Bocks will continue to be the fastest-selling craft beer among products in the market. Brown ales are expected to be the most lucrative product in the market, with sales estimated to surpass US$ 4,000 Mn in revenues by 2022-end. Sales of pale ales are anticipated to register a comparatively higher CAGR than sales of brown ales, and a relatively lower CAGR than sales of bocks through 2022.