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November’s off-trade spirits prices up 17%

The price of alcoholic beverages in supermarkets and off-licences rose by 11.7% in November compared to the same month last year according to provisional seasonally adjusted figures from the Central Statistics Office.
Off-trade Spirits prices increased by 17% in November.

Off-trade Spirits prices increased by 17% in November.

These prices were down by 0.7% compared to the preceding month October.

The annual price increase comprised a 17% increase in Spirits prices, an 8% increase in Wine prices and a 14% increase in Beer prices.

The decrease compared to October comprised a 1.7% decrease in Spirits prices, a 0.8% decrease in Wine prices and a 0.3% decrease in Beer prices.

In the on-trade, prices in licensed premises rose by 5.1% over the year comprising a 5.4% increase in Spirits prices, a 6.0% increase in Wine prices, a 4.5% increase in Beer prices and a 5.3% increase in Soft Drinks & Mineral Water prices.

Compared to the previous month, October, licensed premises prices rose by just 0.3% comprising a 0.4% rise in Spirits prices and a 0.3% rise in Wine, Beer and Soft Drinks & Mineral Water prices.

 

 

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