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On-premise operators include restaurants, bars, and other venues, and they are all competing for consumer dollars. Operators must set themselves apart by creating a unique dining experience to drive ...

On-premise operators include restaurants, bars, and other venues, and they are all competing for consumer dollars. Operators must set themselves apart by creating a unique dining experience to drive traffic. This incorporates menu offerings as well as overcoming a lack of food or drink options. A strong push toward menu expansion in terms of types of drinks and dayparts served helps attract patrons. Further, product attributes of beverages can capture consumer attention including the unique use of ingredients, flavors, claims, and craft alcohols.

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    • On-premise Alcohol Consumption Trends - US - May 2014 On-premise operators include restaurants, bars, and other venues, and they are all competing for consumer dollars. Operators must set themselves apart by creating a unique dining experience to drive traffic. This incorporates menu offerings as well as overcoming a lack of food or drink options. A strong push toward menu expansion in terms of types of drinks and dayparts served helps attract patrons. Further, product attributes of beverages can capture consumer attention including the unique use of ingredients, flavors, claims, and craft alcohols. table Of Content scope And Themes what You Need To Know definition data Sources consumer Survey Data abbreviations And Terms abbreviations terms executive Summary the Market figure 1: Total Us Sales And Fan Chart Forecast Of On-premise Alcohol, At Current Prices, 2008-18 market Drivers opportunities menu Analysis figure 2: Segment Breakdown Of Alcoholic Beverages At Restaurants, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 figure 3: Top 10 Alcoholic Beverage Items, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 consumer Data figure 4: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, February 2014 figure 5: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, February 2014 what We Think issues And Insights dining Experience: Approaches To Successfully Attract Customers the Issues the Implications drink Expansion: The Most Effective Strategies For On-premise Operators the Issues the Implications trend Applications trend: The Big Issue trend: Guiding Choice trend: Locavore market Size And Forecast key Points market Size And Forecast figure 6: Total Us Sales And Forecast Of On-premise Alcohol, At Current Prices, 2008-18 figure 7: Total Us Sales And Forecast Of On-premise Alcohol, At Inflation-adjusted Prices, 2008-18 fan Chart Forecast figure 8: Total Us Sales And Fan Chart Forecast Of On-premise Alcohol, At Current Prices, 2008-18 On-premise Alcohol Consumption Trends - US - May 2014
    • market Drivers cost And Inflation Of Food Items economic Indicators health And Wellness allergies And Gluten-free government Legislation alcohol Research millennials Drive Usage innovations And Innovators craft Alcohol cocktail Flavors new Cocktail Bases infused Alcohol the Local Movement globalization mocktails bring-your-own alcohol Pairings classes And Events technology competitive Context home Consumption full Service Restaurants limited Service Restaurants new Places retail Outlets featured Companies: Focus On Chicago the Northman io Urban Roofscape figure 9: Io Urban Roofscape, May 2014 replay Beer & Bourbon figure 10: Replay Beer & Bourbon, May 2014 rm Champagne Salon figure 11: Rm Champagne Salon, May 2014 figure 12: Rm Champagne Salon Cheese Menu, May 2014 ch Distillery figure 13: Ch Distillery, May 2014 menu Analysis: On-premise Alcohol segment Breakdown Of Alcoholic Beverages figure 14: Segment Breakdown Of Alcohol Beverage Items, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 figure 15: Segment Breakdown Of Alcoholic Beverage Items, By Price, Q4 2010-13 leading Alcoholic Beverages Menued figure 16: Top 10 Alcoholic Beverage Items, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 figure 17: Top 10 Alcoholic Beverage Items, By Price, Q4 2010-13 menu Analysis: Cocktails On-premise Alcohol Consumption Trends - US - May 2014
    • segment Breakdown Of Cocktails figure 18: Segment Breakdown Of Cocktail Items, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 figure 19: Segment Breakdown Of Cocktail Items, By Price, Q4 2010-13 leading Cocktail Types figure 20: Top 10 Cocktail Types, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 top Alcohol Types Used In Cocktails figure 21: Top 10 Alcohol Ingredients Used In Cocktails, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 frequently Menued Item Claims figure 22: Top 10 Menu Item Claims For Cocktails, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 menu Analysis: Wine segment Breakdown Of Wine figure 23: Segment Breakdown Of Wine, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 figure 24: Segment Breakdown Of Wine, By Price, Q4 2010-13 leading Categories Of Wine figure 25: Top Categories Of Wine, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 most Menued Types Of Wine figure 26: Top 10 Types Of Wine, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 top Menu Item Claims For Wine figure 27: Top 10 Menu Item Claims For Wines, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 menu Analysis: Beer segment Breakdown Of Beer figure 28: Segment Breakdown Of Beer, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 figure 29: Segment Breakdown Of Beer, By Price, Q4 2010-13 leading Types Of Beer figure 30: Top 10 Types Of Beer, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 most Frequent Menu Item Claims For Beer figure 31: Top 10 Menu Item Claims For Beer, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 top Flavors For Beer figure 32: Top 10 Flavors For Beer, By Incidence, Q4 2010-13 consumer Data – Overview restaurant Usage figure 33: Alcohol Usage, February 2014 figure 34: Alcohol Usage, By Drinking Frequency, February 2014 retail Behavior And Attitudes At Retail figure 35: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Drinking Frequency, February 2014 occasion By Time By Day, Occasion, And Party figure 36: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Drinking Frequency, February 2014 on- And Off-premise Consumption Places And Occasions figure 37: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Drinking Frequency, February 2014 figure 38: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Drinking Frequency, February 2014 attitudes Toward Alcohol Consumption figure 39: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Drinking Frequency, February 2014 reasons For Abstention figure 40: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Drinking Frequency, February 2014 changes In Behavior At Full Service Restaurants figure 41: Change In On-premise Behavior, February 2014 figure 42: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Drinking Frequency, February 2014 cocktail Selection Factors figure 43: Cocktail Selection Factors, February 2014 figure 44: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Drinking Frequency, February 2014 figure 45: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Drinking Frequency, February 2014 figure 46: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Drinking Frequency, February 2014 drivers Influencing Consumers figure 47: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Drinking Frequency, February 2014 attitudes Of On-premise Alcohol Consumers figure 48: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Drinking Frequency, February 2014 On-premise Alcohol Consumption Trends - US - May 2014
    • consumer Data – By Day, Time, Occasion, And Group day Of Week time Of Day dining Occasion dining Party consumer Data – By Alcohol Type key Points beer Consumers Drink By Themselves And While Doing Something Else wine Consumers Stick To Wine And Drink At Restaurants With A Meal dessert Wine, Fortified Wine, And Aperitif Drinkers Seek Drink Variety And Food Options shot Drinkers Are The Least Likely Spirits Consumers To Drink Prior To Meals cordial And Liqueur Drinkers Increased On-premise Visitation And Value The Experience white Spirits Consumers Are Not Fans Of Craft Or Microbrews And Are Not Influenced By Claims rtd Drinkers Have High Usage And Are Open To New Drinks And Food wine Cooler Consumers Are Least Likely To Drink On Weekdays Or Desire Byob Options hard Cider Consumers Are More Likely To Have Also Consumed Craft And Microbrews consumer Tables By Alcohol Type figure 49: Alcohol Usage, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 50: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 51: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 (new) figure 52: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 53: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 54: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 55: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 56: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 57: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 58: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 59: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 60: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 61: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 consumer Data – By Consumption Place key Points restaurant Users Focus On Food Offerings First And Foremost with Meal happy Hour Drinkers Are Adventurous And Motivated By Deals In Retail late Night bar Users Are The Most Likely To Drink During The Afternoon live Music Bar Users Are Indifferent To Herbs And Spices In Cocktails cocktail Lounge Users Are Least Likely To See A Wide Selection Of Beers As Important pubs And Brewery Users Are The Least Likely To Find A Variety Of Portion Sizes Important nightclub Users Are The Least Likely To Visit Pubs And Breweries comedy Clubs wine Bar Users Are Drinking More At Home And While Watching Sports neighborhood Bar Users Drink At Night, While Doing Something Else, And With Groups other Venue Drinkers Are Concerned With The Entertainment Experience entertainment Venues sporting Events consumer Tables By Consumption Place figure 62: Alcohol Usage, By Consumption Place, February 2014 figure 63: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Consumption Place, February 2014 figure 64: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Consumption Place, February 2014 figure 65: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Consumption Place, February 2014 figure 66: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Consumption Place, February 2014 figure 67: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Consumption Place, February 2014 figure 68: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Consumption Place, February 2014 figure 69: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Consumption Place, February 2014 On-premise Alcohol Consumption Trends - US - May 2014
    • figure 70: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Consumption Place, February 2014 figure 71: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Consumption Place, February 2014 figure 72: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Consumption Place, February 2014 figure 73: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Consumption Place, February 2014 figure 74: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Consumption Place, February 2014 consumer Data – By Gender key Points men Consume A Wider Variety Of Alcohol And Tend To Be Heavier Drinkers women Value Low Prices, Health, And Socialization When Going Out consumer Tables By Gender figure 75: Alcohol Usage, By Gender, February 2014 figure 76: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Gender, February 2014 figure 77: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Gender, February 2014 figure 78: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Gender, February 2014 figure 79: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Gender, February 2014 figure 80: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Gender, February 2014 figure 81: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Gender, February 2014 figure 82: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Gender, February 2014 figure 83: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Gender, February 2014 figure 85: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Gender, February 2014 figure 86: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Gender, February 2014 figure 87: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Gender, February 2014 consumer Data – By Generation key Points younger Millennials Seek A Party Scene, Valuing Price Over Atmosphere older Millennials Are Attracted To Drink Variety And Dining Experience additional Differences Between Younger And Older Millennials baby Boomers Drink With Meals But Have Low Usage And Are Traditional consumer Tables By Generation figure 88: Alcohol Usage, By Generations, February 2014 figure 89: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Generations, February 2014 figure 90: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Generations, February 2014 figure 91: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Generations, February 2014 figure 92: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Generations, February 2014 figure 93: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Generations, February 2014 figure 94: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Generations, February 2014 figure 95: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Generations, February 2014 figure 96: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Generations, February 2014 figure 97: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Generations, February 2014 figure 98: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Generations, February 2014 figure 99: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Generations, February 2014 figure 100: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Generations, February 2014 consumer Data – By Income key Points lower-income Consumers Have Low Usage And Are Set In Their Ways middle-income Consumers Are Open To Alcoholic Bases For Cocktails the Affluent Tend To Consume Alcohol With Meals And Prefer Microbrews consumer Tables By Income figure 101: Alcohol Usage, By Household Income, February 2014 figure 102: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Household Income, February 2014 figure 103: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Household Income, February 2014 figure 104: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Household Income, February 2014 figure 105: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Household Income, February 2014 figure 106: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Household Income, February 2014 figure 107: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Household Income, February 2014 figure 108: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Household Income, February 2014 On-premise Alcohol Consumption Trends - US - May 2014
    • figure 109: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Household Income, February 2014 figure 110: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Household Income, February 2014 figure 111: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Household Income, February 2014 figure 112: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Household Income, February 2014 figure 113: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Household Income, February 2014 consumer Data – By Race And Hispanic Origin key Points whites Are Health Conscious And Drink At Night, Socially, And During Meals blacks Are Most Likely To Drink Alone And While Doing Something Else asians Are Heavy Users Of On-premise Alcohol And Look For Food Options hispanics Have High Usage And Seek Variety In Food And Drink Options consumer Tables By Race And Hispanic Origin figure 114: Alcohol Usage, By Race/hispanic Origin, February 2014 figure 115: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Race/hispanic Origin, February 2014 figure 116: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Race/hispanic Origin, February 2014 figure 117: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Race/hispanic Origin, February 2014 figure 118: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Race/hispanic Origin, February 2014 figure 119: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Race/hispanic Origin, February 2014 figure 120: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Race/hispanic Origin, February 2014 figure 121: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Race/hispanic Origin, February 2014 figure 122: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Race/hispanic Origin, February 2014 figure 123: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Race/hispanic Origin, February 2014 figure 124: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Race/hispanic Origin, February 2014 figure 125: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Race/hispanic Origin, February 2014 figure 126: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Race/hispanic Origin, February 2014 consumer Data – By Region key Points midwesterners Seek The Availability Of Food, But Aren’t Picky About Offerings northeasterners Have Increased The Amount They Drink Off-premise southerners Are The Least Likely To Drink In Groups Or At Pubs/breweries westerners Drink The Widest Variety Of Alcohol And Are Open To New Items consumer Tables By Region figure 127: Alcohol Usage, By Region, February 2014 figure 128: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Region, February 2014 figure 129: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Region, February 2014 figure 130: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Region, February 2014 figure 131: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Region, February 2014 figure 132: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Region, February 2014 figure 133: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Region, February 2014 figure 134: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Region, February 2014 figure 135: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Region, February 2014 figure 136: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Region, February 2014 figure 137: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Region, February 2014 figure 138: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Region, February 2014 figure 139: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Region, February 2014 consumer Data – By Parents key Points parents Are Heavy Users And Find Menu Offerings And Processes Important parents With Toddlers Multitask When Drinking parents With Children Are More Likely To Drink By Themselves parents With Adult Children Seek Good Values In Food And Drink Offerings consumer Tables By Parents figure 140: Alcohol Usage, By Parent/guardian And Presence Of Children In Household, February 2014 figure 141: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Parent/guardian And Presence Of Children In Household, February 2014 figure 142: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Parent/guardian With Presence Of Children In Household, February 2014 figure 143: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Parent/guardian With Presence Of Children In Household, February 2014 On-premise Alcohol Consumption Trends - US - May 2014
    • figure 144: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Parent/guardian With Presence Of Children In Household, February 2014 figure 145: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Parent/guardian With Presence Of Children In Household, February 2014 figure 146: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Parent/guardian With Presence Of Children In Household, February 2014 figure 147: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Parent/guardian With Presence Of Children In Household, February 2014 figure 148: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Parent/guardian With Presence Of Children In Household, February 2014 figure 149: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Parent/guardian With Presence Of Children In Household, February 2014 figure 150: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Parent/guardian With Presence Of Children In Household, February 2014 figure 151: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Parent/guardian With Presence Of Children In Household, February 2014 figure 152: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Parent/guardian With Presence Of Children In Household, February 2014 appendix – Additional Tables consumer Tables By Alcohol Type (detailed) figure 153: Alcohol Usage – Beer, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 154: Alcohol Usage – Wine, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 155: Alcohol Usage – Spirits, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 156: Alcohol Usage – Ready-to-drink Premade Flavored Alcoholic Beverages, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 157: Consumption Time By Beer, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 158: Consumption Time By Wine, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 159: Consumption Time By Spirits, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 160: Consumption Time By Mixed Drinks/cocktails, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 161: Consumption Time By Shots, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 figure 162: Consumption Time By Ready-to-drink, By Consumption Of Alcohol By Type, February 2014 consumer Tables By Day Of Week figure 163: Alcohol Usage, By Day Of Week, February 2014 figure 164: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Day Of Week, February 2014 figure 165: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Day Of Week, February 2014 figure 166: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Day Of Week, February 2014 figure 167: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Day Of Week, February 2014 figure 168: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Day Of Week, February 2014 figure 169: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Day Of Week, February 2014 figure 170: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Day Of Week, February 2014 figure 171: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Day Of Week, February 2014 figure 172: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Day Of Week, February 2014 figure 173: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Day Of Week, February 2014 figure 174: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Day Of Week, February 2014 figure 175: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Day Of Week, February 2014 consumer Tables By Daypart figure 176: Alcohol Usage, By Dayparts, February 2014 figure 177: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Dayparts, February 2014 figure 178: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Dayparts, February 2014 figure 179: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Dayparts, February 2014 figure 180: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Dayparts, February 2014 figure 181: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Dayparts, February 2014 figure 182: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Dayparts, February 2014 figure 183: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Dayparts, February 2014 figure 184: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Dayparts, February 2014 figure 185: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Dayparts, February 2014 figure 186: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Dayparts, February 2014 figure 187: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Dayparts, February 2014 figure 188: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Dayparts, February 2014 consumer Tables By Meal Occasion figure 189: Alcohol Usage, By Meal Occasion, February 2014 figure 190: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Meal Occasion, February 2014 figure 191: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Meal Occasion, February 2014 figure 192: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Meal Occasion, February 2014 figure 193: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Meal Occasion, February 2014 figure 194: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Meal Occasion, February 2014 figure 195: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Meal Occasion, February 2014 figure 196: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Meal Occasion, February 2014 figure 197: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Meal Occasion, February 2014 figure 198: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Meal Occasion, February 2014 figure 199: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Meal Occasion, February 2014 figure 200: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Meal Occasion, February 2014 figure 201: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Meal Occasion, February 2014 On-premise Alcohol Consumption Trends - US - May 2014
    • consumer Tables By Party Type figure 202: Alcohol Usage, By Party Type, February 2014 figure 203: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Party Type, February 2014 figure 204: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Party Type, February 2014 figure 205: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Party Type, February 2014 figure 206: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Party Type, February 2014 figure 207: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Party Type, February 2014 figure 208: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Party Type, February 2014 figure 209: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Party Type, February 2014 figure 210: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Party Type, February 2014 figure 211: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Party Type, February 2014 figure 212: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Party Type, February 2014 figure 213: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Party Type, February 2014 figure 214: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Party Type, February 2014 consumer Tables By Beer figure 215: Alcohol Usage, By Beer, February 2014 figure 216: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Beer, February 2014 figure 217: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Beer, February 2014 figure 218: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Beer, February 2014 figure 219: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Beer, February 2014 figure 220: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Beer, February 2014 figure 221: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Beer, February 2014 figure 222: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Beer, February 2014 figure 223: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Beer, February 2014 figure 224: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Beer, February 2014 figure 225: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Beer, February 2014 figure 226: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Beer, February 2014 figure 227: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Beer, February 2014 consumer Tables By Wine figure 228: Alcohol Usage, By Wine, February 2014 figure 229: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Wine, February 2014 figure 230: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Wine, February 2014 figure 231: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Wine, February 2014 figure 232: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Wine, February 2014 figure 233: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Wine, February 2014 figure 234: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Wine, February 2014 figure 235: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Wine, February 2014 figure 236: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Wine, February 2014 figure 237: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Wine, February 2014 figure 238: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Wine, February 2014 figure 239: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Wine, February 2014 figure 240: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Wine, February 2014 consumer Tables By Spirits figure 241: Alcohol Usage, By Spirits, February 2014 figure 242: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Spirits, February 2014 figure 243: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Spirits, February 2014 figure 244: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Spirits, February 2014 figure 245: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Spirits, February 2014 figure 246: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Spirits, February 2014 figure 247: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Spirits, February 2014 figure 248: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Spirits, February 2014 figure 249: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Spirits, February 2014 figure 250: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Spirits, February 2014 figure 251: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Spirits, February 2014 figure 252: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Spirits, February 2014 figure 253: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Spirits, February 2014 consumer Tables By Ready-to-drink Beverages figure 254: Alcohol Usage, By Ready-to-drink, February 2014 figure 255: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Ready-to-drink, February 2014 figure 256: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Ready-to-drink, February 2014 figure 257: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Ready-to-drink, February 2014 figure 258: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Ready-to-drink, February 2014 figure 259: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Ready-to-drink, February 2014 figure 260: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Ready-to-drink, February 2014 figure 261: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Ready-to-drink, February 2014 figure 262: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Ready-to-drink, February 2014 figure 263: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Ready-to-drink, February 2014 figure 264: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Ready-to-drink, February 2014 On-premise Alcohol Consumption Trends - US - May 2014
    • figure 265: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Ready-to-drink, February 2014 figure 266: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Ready-to-drink, February 2014 consumer Tables By Restaurants figure 267: Alcohol Usage, By Restaurants, February 2014 figure 268: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Restaurants, February 2014 figure 269: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Restaurants, February 2014 figure 270: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Restaurants, February 2014 figure 271: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Restaurants, February 2014 figure 272: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Restaurants, February 2014 figure 273: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Restaurants, February 2014 figure 274: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Restaurants, February 2014 figure 275: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Restaurants, February 2014 figure 276: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Restaurants, February 2014 figure 277: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Restaurants, February 2014 figure 278: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Restaurants, February 2014 figure 279: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Restaurants, February 2014 consumer Tables By Bars figure 280: Alcohol Usage, By Bars, February 2014 figure 281: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Bars, February 2014 figure 282: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Bars, February 2014 figure 283: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Bars, February 2014 figure 284: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Bars, February 2014 figure 285: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Bars, February 2014 figure 286: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Bars, February 2014 figure 287: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Bars, February 2014 figure 288: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Bars, February 2014 figure 289: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Bars, February 2014 figure 290: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Bars, February 2014 figure 291: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Bars, February 2014 figure 292: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Bars, February 2014 consumer Tables By Other Venue figure 293: Alcohol Usage, By Other Venue, February 2014 figure 294: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Other Venue, February 2014 figure 295: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Other Venues, February 2014 figure 296: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Other Venue, February 2014 figure 297: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Other Venue, February 2014 figure 298: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Other Venues, February 2014 figure 299: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Other Venues, February 2014 figure 300: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Other Venue, February 2014 figure 301: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Other Venue, February 2014 figure 302: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Other Venues, February 2014 figure 303: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Other Venue, February 2014 figure 304: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Other Venue, February 2014 figure 305: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Other Venue, February 2014 consumer Tables By Area figure 306: Alcohol Usage, By Area, February 2014 figure 307: Retail Consumption Behavior, By Area, February 2014 figure 308: Consumption Time By Alcohol, By Area, February 2014 figure 309: Off-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Area, February 2014 figure 310: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Place, By Area, February 2014 figure 311: Reasons For Abstaining From Alcohol, By Area, February 2014 figure 312: Attitudes Toward Alcohol, By Area, February 2014 figure 313: Change In On-premise Behavior – More, By Area, February 2014 figure 314: Cocktail Selection Factors – Seek Out Cocktails With This, By Area, February 2014 figure 315: Cocktail Selection Factors – Indifferent To This, By Area, February 2014 figure 316: Cocktail Selection Factors – Will Not Order A Cocktail With This, By Area, February 2014 figure 317: On-premise Venue Drivers, By Area, February 2014 figure 318: On-premise Alcohol Attitudes, By Area, February 2014 appendix – Trade Associations ResearchMoz(http://www.researchmoz.us/) is the one stop online destination to find and buy market research reports & Industry Analysis. We fulfill all your research needs spanning across industry verticals with our huge collection of market research reports. We provide our services to all sizes of organizations and across all industry verticals and markets. Our Research Coordinators have in-depth knowledge of reports as well as publishers and will assist you in making an informed decision by giving you unbiased and deep insights on which reports will satisfy your needs at the best price. Contact: On-premise Alcohol Consumption Trends - US - May 2014
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