Leading 10 premium bottled ale brewers in the UK 2015/2016, ranked by market share

Market share of leading premium bottled ale brewers in the United Kingdom (UK) as of April 2016 (based on volume)

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 21, 2016
Leading 10 premium bottled ale brewers in the UK 2015/2016, ranked by market share This statistic shows the market share of leading premium bottled ale brewers in the United Kingdom (UK), as of April 2016. The brewer with the greatest share in 2016 was Marston’s with 18 percent of the UK market, followed by Greene King with 12.9 percent. Currently, the beer market in the United Kingdom is experiencing a process of premiumization, encouraged by an increased interest in flavors of beer and beer cultures. In combination with the rising popularity of craft beer, ale has led the movement as the most produced beer style amongst members of the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA). Currently, off-trade sales of ale are eclipsed by lager and cider, although craft ale enjoys a large and growing share of the on-trade beer market.
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Market share of leading premium bottled ale brewers in the United Kingdom (UK) as of April 2016 (based on volume)

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Market share of brewers
Marston’s18%
Greene King12.9%
Molson Coors6.6%
Hall & Woodhouse6.2%
Shepherd Nehme5.8%
Fuller's4.6%
Heineken4.3%
Charles Wells4.1%
Brewdog3.6%
St Austell2.7%
Market share of brewers
Marston’s18%
Greene King12.9%
Molson Coors6.6%
Hall & Woodhouse6.2%
Shepherd Nehme5.8%
Fuller's4.6%
Heineken4.3%
Charles Wells4.1%
Brewdog3.6%
St Austell2.7%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 21, 2016
This statistic shows the market share of leading premium bottled ale brewers in the United Kingdom (UK), as of April 2016. The brewer with the greatest share in 2016 was Marston’s with 18 percent of the UK market, followed by Greene King with 12.9 percent. Currently, the beer market in the United Kingdom is experiencing a process of premiumization, encouraged by an increased interest in flavors of beer and beer cultures. In combination with the rising popularity of craft beer, ale has led the movement as the most produced beer style amongst members of the Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA). Currently, off-trade sales of ale are eclipsed by lager and cider, although craft ale enjoys a large and growing share of the on-trade beer market.
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