NABCA Releases Control States Nine-Liter Spirits Sales Results for August

ARLINGTON, Va. - Oct. 7, 2019 - PRLog -- During August, nine-liter control states spirits case sales grew 3.3% over same period sales last year opposite a 4.3% comp. Alabama(3.7%), Idaho(6.8%), Montgomery County Maryland(3.7%), New Hampshire(23.4%), North Carolina(8.2%), Ohio(4.8%), Oregon(5.2%), Pennsylvania(3.2%), Utah(6.0%), Vermont(2.6%), and Virginia(6.0%) reported monthly growth rates for August that exceeded their twelve-month trends, while Iowa(-8.3%), Maine(-0.6%), Michigan(-4.1%) Mississippi(0.5%), Montana(-0.8%), West Virginia(2.7%), and Wyoming(1.8%) grew at rates that fell short of their twelve-month trends. Control state rolling-twelve-month volume growth, 3.4%, slipped slightly from July's reported 3.5%. Spirits volumes grew 3.7% year-to-date compared to 2.7% a year ago.

Control state spirits shelf dollars grew at 5.7% during August while trending at 6.3% during the past twelve months. Alabama(6.6%), Idaho(8.4%), Montgomery County Maryland(6.1%), New Hampshire(22.2%), North Carolina(12.9%), Ohio(7.9%), Oregon(8.3%), Pennsylvania(5.1%), Utah(7.6%), Vermont(6.7%), and Virginia(8.5%) grew shelf dollars during August at rates exceeding their twelve-month trends. Iowa(-6.8%), Maine(1.8%), Michigan(-2.1%) Mississippi(4.9%), Montana(1.5%), West Virginia(3.1%), and Wyoming(-3.4%) grew shelf dollars at rates lagging their twelve-month trends. Shelf dollars in the control states are up 6.4% year-to-date compared to 5.5% a year ago.

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