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Prices in licensed premises up 5% in October

On-trade alcohol prices were up 4.9% in licensed premises in the year to October according to the Central Statistics Office’s Consumer Price Index.
On-trade alcohol prices were up 4.9% in licensed premises in the year to October.

On-trade alcohol prices were up 4.9% in licensed premises in the year to October.

This comprised a 5.1% increase in Spirits prices, a 5.8% increase in Wine prices, a 4.3% increase in Beer prices and a 5.2% increase in Soft Drinks & Mineral Water prices.

October’s licensed premises prices were up 0.3% on the previous month, September, comprising a 0.3% increase in Spirits prices, a 0.4% increase in Wine prices and a 0.3% increase in Beer prices. Soft Drinks & Mineral Water prices in the on-trade remained level in October.

The price of alcoholic beverages in the off-trade was up by 9.2% in the year to October.

This comprised a 12.3% increase in off-trade Spirits prices, a 6.1% rise in Wine prices and a 12.6% rise in beer prices.

October’s off-trade alcoholic drinks prices were down 0.6% compared to those of the previous month, September. This comprised a 1.9% drop in off-trade Spirits prices, a 0.8% drop in Wine prices and a 0.4% increase in Beer prices.

Overall consumer prices rose by 9.2% over 12 months to October 2022.

 

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