Beer consumption in Slovakia drops to 70.2 litres per capita in 2010.

By bne IntelliNews July 11, 2011
Slovakias beer consumption dropped to 70.2 litres per capita on average in 2010 from 79.2 litres a year earlier, reported citing the president of the Slovak Association of Beer and Malt Producers Julia Hurna. The consumption of beer in the country has been falling since 2007. Wine consumption also moderated to 15 litres per capita from 16.5 litres in 2009. However, the consumption of grape wine did not dwindle. On the other hand, the consumption of spirits went up by 7.1% y/y to 10.6 litres per capita. In general, the consumption of alcoholic beverages dropped by 2.2% y/y to 8.8 litres and of soft drinks by 3.4% y/y to 224.4 litres per capita in 2010.

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