US Whiskey Industry Performance Canvassed by Sundale Research in Topical Report Published at MarketPublishers.com
08 Nov 2013 • by Natalie Aster
LONDON – In 2012, the consumption of straight whiskey (a category encompassing rye, bourbon, Tennessee whiskey and corn whiskey) in the US registered approximately 5.2 YoY growth. The growing craving for whiskey in the country has recently created certain supply pressures on some local distilleries. The US whiskey industry is concentrated in the two states – Tennessee and Kentucky, with 8 large distillers together producing over 90% of all whiskey drunk in the country.
Presently, American whiskey brands are gaining momentum due to a wide spectrum of ingredients and flavours in them. Their popularity is surging in the US as well as worldwide. The top-selling brands of American whiskey include but are not limited to Blanton's, Jack Daniel's, Four Roses, Knob Creek and Maker's Mark.
Topical research report “State of the Industry: Whiskey in the U.S.” drawn up by Sundale Research offers in-depth insights into the actual state of the US whiskey market.
The report provides an insightful guide to the national market for whiskey. It contains a comprehensive qualitative and quantitative analysis of the US whiskey marketplace, evaluates the investment climate, discloses historical and current data on the industry performance, and examines the key factors influencing the market growth. The research study presents sales statistics, describes the consumption trends, scrutinizes the main distribution channels, contains foreign trade statistics, as well as delves into the competitive landscape and profiles the top players. Moreover, the industry future prospects are discussed in the report as well.
State of the Industry: Whiskey in the U.S.
Published: October, 2013
Other Sundale Research Reports on Various Industries in US Include:
- State of the Industry: Vodka in the U.S.
- State of the Industry: Craft Distilleries and Distilled Spirits in the U.S.
- State of the Industry: Sushi Restaurants in the U.S.
More topical and new research reports by the publisher can be found at Sundale Research page.