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Beer volumes up 60% in Q1

Beer volumes rose 59% in the first Quarter of 2022 compared with the same Quarter last year according to the Revenue Commissioners' recently-published provisional quarterly alcohol breakdown, while spirits volumes rose by nearly 19% and cider by 12.5%. However wine volumes decreased by 3.5%.
Beer duty receipts rose 24.3% in Quarter 1 of this year to €73.1 million from €58.8 million in Q1 of 2021.

Beer duty receipts rose 24.3% in Quarter 1 of this year to €73.1 million from €58.8 million in Q1 of 2021.

Similarly wine duty receipts fell by 5.1% to €85.5 million in Q1 2022, down from €90.1 million in Q1 2021 while beer duty receipts rose 24.3% to €73.1 million from €58.8 million, while spirits receipts rose 6.9% to €89.4 million from €83.6 million and cider receipts rose 4.4% to €9.4 million from €9.0 million.

March was the best month in the first Quarter for beer and spirits sales with Revenue recording duty receipts of €29.1 million and €28.4 million respectively while January proved the best month for wine sales with a receipts total of €40.5 million. January was also the best month for cider sales at €3.9 million.

 

 

 

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