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September off-trade spirits prices up 9%

Alcohol prices in the off-trade rose by 7.7% in the 12 months to September this year according to figures from the Central Statistics Office.

 

Alcohol prices in the off-trade rose by 7.7% in the 12 months to September this year according to figures from the Central Statistics Office.

Alcohol prices in the off-trade rose by 7.7% in the 12 months to September this year according to figures from the Central Statistics Office.

These comprised a 9% rise in Spirits prices, a 6% rise in Wine prices and a 11% rise in Beer prices.

Off-trade alcohol prices were up 0.3% in September over the previous month August comprising a 2.4% rise in Spirits prices, a 0.6% drop in Wine prices and a 0.1% rise in Beer prices.

Prices in licensed premises were up by 4.7% in the 12-month period comprising a 5% rise in Spirits prices, a 6% rise in Wine prices, a 4% rise in Beer prices and a 5% rise in Soft drinks & Mineral Water prices.

Restaurants, cafés “& the like” witnessed a 6% rise in prices.

Compared to August, licensed premises prices remained level in September with only slight variation in the individual categories.

Consumer prices generally rose by 8.2% over the 12 months to September 2022, down from an annual increase of 8.7% in the 12 months to August 2022.

 

 

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