- The cost of buying beer at bars is dropping, according to US Bureau of Labor Statistic data.
- The average price of beer away from home over the last six months dropped by 0.5% — the first six-month period of lower average prices since 1997.
- Beer giants have struggled to win over millennials and Gen Z, as younger drinks switch to wine and spirits, or ditch alcohol all together.
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