• During the period March 2020 through July 2021, the control states’ on- and off-premise markets behaved capriciously as opposed to their historically more consistent and periodic behavior. The pre-COVID on-premise share of the control state market averaged 18%.

  • During July nine-liter control states spirits case sales fell 2.3%, a depressed growth rate effected by a double whammy delivered by an imposing (16.0%) comp and calendar effects, over same period sales last year.

  • During the period March 2020 through May 2021, the control states’ on- and off-premise markets behaved capriciously as opposed to their historically consistent behavior. The pre-COVID on-premise share of the control state market averaged 18%.

  • During June nine-liter control states spirits case sales grew 8.6% over same period sales last year in spite of an imposing (13.1%) comp.

  • During the period March 2020 through April 2021, the control states’ on- and off-premise markets behaved capriciously as opposed to their historically consistent behavior. The pre-COVID on-premise share of the control state market averaged 18%.

  • During May nine-liter control states spirits case sales grew 7.9% over same period sales last year, aided by a weak comp and an octogenarius percent Pennsylvania growth rate.

  • During the period March 2020 through March 2021, the control states’ on- and off-premise markets behaved capriciously.

  • During April nine-liter control states spirits case sales grew 17.5% over same period sales last year, effected by a flat comp and an anomalous kilo-percent Pennsylvania growth rate.

  • ARLINGTON, VA (May 10, 2021) – Only one week remains to register for NABCA’s 84th Annual Conference, which will be virtual.

  • During March nine-liter control states spirits case sales grew 2.9% over same period sales last year despite a (monster) 17% comp. Michigan(25.5%), Montana(16.8%), and Pennsylvania(11.2%) reported monthly growth rates for March exceeding their twelve-month trends.