What you need to know about beer’s new sales numbers September 29, 2021 September 29, 2021 admin

As beer drinkers are getting older, they are also getting increasingly thirsty, and that has led to a big uptick in beer sales.

That’s led to the beer industry looking for ways to cut down on prices.

That led to some big changes, which are being rolled out in the beer market today.

The Beer Advocate is reporting that the average price of a 750 ml bottle of Bud Light in the U.S. has gone up to $8.25.

That means a 750ml bottle of beer costs $4.25 in the States.

It’s also worth noting that the U-Hauls and other retailers are seeing big sales increases.

A few weeks ago, the company reported that the number of U-hauls going to the U, the biggest of which, the L.A. warehouse, increased by a staggering 38%.

Those numbers show that it’s not just the big companies that are getting their share of beer drinkers, but also local businesses and small businesses.

This is the first time that a major company has been able to make such a dramatic jump in the price of beer.

A lot of the other factors are also contributing to the big jumps in prices, but there is one big one that is driving them.

The average beer drinker is buying more of the cheaper brands.

As beer sales continue to grow, beer drinkers have begun to go to smaller breweries to get their fix.

They have been able, in part, by lowering the price they charge.

That has led them to buy more expensive beer.

For instance, a 750-ml bottle sold for $8 on Tuesday, up from $4 a few months ago.

That price hike is also driven by a lot of smaller breweries that are finding it easier to get a beer at a lower price.

That may be a good thing, as more people are trying the cheaper beers.

But the bigger picture is that the bigger price hikes have also made beer more expensive.

A recent study by MillerCoors found that a 750mL bottle of a beer costs an average of $12.70 in the United States.

That is an increase of about $6.50.

For the average beer buy-in, that is a cost of about 30%.

If that price hike continues, that could mean that many more beer drinkers in the next few years may end up buying the less expensive beers instead of the bigger ones.

This isn’t to say that smaller beer drinkers will stop buying the bigger brands, but they may get a little less of them.

They are also buying more craft beers, which is going to drive down the cost of the beer.

That could lead to some serious pricing pressure for small beer producers.

That will also mean that smaller breweries will also have to make up for lost sales with their smaller bottles.

There are a lot more factors driving these price hikes, so it’s impossible to know for sure what will happen over the next year.

It will be interesting to see how long the price hikes last, and how many smaller breweries are able to compete in the market.

If it continues to increase, it could mean fewer and fewer beer drinkers.

It could also mean more beer producers are opening up smaller breweries, and a whole lot more beer fans will want to drink their craft beer.