Coronavirus impact on brewery solvency in the United States as of April 2020

Most breweries in the United States believed they could sustain their business for another 1 to 3 months beyond the beginning of April, 2020, given the social distancing measures in place at the time of survey. Nearly 12 percent of respondents stated that they would have to close within a month.

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Length of time breweries can remain in business with current social distancing measures in the United States as of April 2020*

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Source

Release date

April 2020

Region

United States

Survey time period

April 9, 2020

Number of respondents

525 breweries

Special properties

Share of respondents: brewpubs 23%; microbreweries 29%; all other 48%

Method of interview

Online survey

Supplementary notes

*Original survey question: "Given current costs, revenues, and the current level of state and federal aid, how long do you project you can sustain your current business if social distance measures stay where they are now?"

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