Those enjoying a pint of draught lager in the United Kingdom in 2016, would find themselves paying paying an additional 104 pence than they would in 2006. Over that decade, prices rose from an average 252 pence per pint to reach 348 pence for a pint. The increase in price from 2015 to 2016 was one of the smallest increases in recent years, rising just three pence coming in to 2016. From 2012 to 2013 prices increased by 11 pence, from 2013 to 2014 they increased by seven pence, and eight pence from 2014 to 2015.
Guinness recently enjoyed growth in worldwide sales volume for the first time in recent years, with a four percent increase compared with the previous year. A decrease of 5 percent was recorded in the two years prior. Sales in the United States have also increased, rising from 26.2 million U.S dollars in 2013 to 30.9 million U.S dollars in 2016.