Leading bottled ales ranked by market share in the United Kingdom (UK) 2016

Leading 20 bottled ales ranked by market share in the United Kingdom (UK) in April 2016

by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 22, 2016
Leading bottled ales ranked by market share in the United Kingdom (UK) 2016 This statistic shows the leading 20 bottled ales ranked by market share in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2016. The bottled ale with the highest market share in 2016 was Sharps Doom Bar at 7.1 percent, followed by Old Speckled Hen at 5.9 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 it enjoys a large and growing share of the on-trade craft beer market.
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Leading 20 bottled ales ranked by market share in the United Kingdom (UK) in April 2016

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Market share of bottled ales
Sharps Doom Bar7.1%
Old Speckled Hen5.9%
Hobgoblin5.4%
Newcastle Brown Ale4.3%
Fullers London Pride3.3%
Spitfire2.7%
Old Crafty Hen2.6%
Theakston Old Peculier2.2%
McEwans No 1 Champion Ale2.2%
Badger Fursty Ferret2.2%
Bishops Finger1.9%
Landlord1.8%
Tribute1.6%
Abbot Ale1.5%
Marston's Pedigree1.5%
Black Sheep Ale1.4%
Hobgoblin Gold1.4%
St Austell Proper Job1.4%
Bank's Bitter1.2%
Old Golden Hen1.1%
Market share of bottled ales
Sharps Doom Bar7.1%
Old Speckled Hen5.9%
Hobgoblin5.4%
Newcastle Brown Ale4.3%
Fullers London Pride3.3%
Spitfire2.7%
Old Crafty Hen2.6%
Theakston Old Peculier2.2%
McEwans No 1 Champion Ale2.2%
Badger Fursty Ferret2.2%
Bishops Finger1.9%
Landlord1.8%
Tribute1.6%
Abbot Ale1.5%
Marston's Pedigree1.5%
Black Sheep Ale1.4%
Hobgoblin Gold1.4%
St Austell Proper Job1.4%
Bank's Bitter1.2%
Old Golden Hen1.1%
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by Statista Research Department, last edited Apr 22, 2016
This statistic shows the leading 20 bottled ales ranked by market share in the United Kingdom (UK) in 2016. The bottled ale with the highest market share in 2016 was Sharps Doom Bar at 7.1 percent, followed by Old Speckled Hen at 5.9 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 it enjoys a large and growing share of the on-trade craft beer market.
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