• During May nine-liter control states spirits case sales grew -1.2% over same period sales last year under the influence of a tough comp (7.9%). In the control states, four of the first five months of 2022 have had negative month over month-last-year growth.

  • During the Pre-COVID period, which ended February 2020, the on-premise marketplace in the control states averaged 18.0% share of the 9-liter case spirits market. Beginning March 2020, the control states’ on- and off-premise markets moved capriciously as opposed to their historically consistent, periodic behavior.

  • During April nine-liter control states spirits case sales grew -1.6% over same period sales last year under the influence of a monster comp (17.5%) and calendar anomalies. Mississippi(-1.3%) and New Hampshire(-3.0%) reported monthly growth rates for April exceeding their twelve-month trends.

  • During the Pre-COVID period, which ended March 2020, the on-premise marketplace in the control states averaged 18.0% share of the 9-liter case spirits market. Beginning March 2020, the control states' on- and off-premise markets moved capriciously as opposed to their historically consistent, periodic behavior.

  • During March nine-liter control states spirits case sales grew -0.6% over same period sales last year. Montgomery County Maryland(15.7%), Utah(30.3%), Vermont(3.0%), and Wyoming(3.7%) reported monthly growth rates for March exceeding their twelve-month trends.

  • During the Pre-COVID period, which ended February 2020, the on-premise marketplace in the control states averaged 18.0% share of the 9-liter case spirits market. Beginning March 2020, the control states’ on- and off-premise markets moved capriciously as opposed to their historically consistent, periodic behavior.

  • During February nine-liter control states spirits case sales grew 3.0% over same period sales last year.

  • During the Pre-COVID period, which ended February 2020, the on-premise marketplace in the control states averaged 18.0% share of the 9-liter case spirits market. Beginning March 2020, the control states’ on- and off-premise markets moved capriciously as opposed to their historically consistent, periodic behavior.

  • During January nine-liter control states spirits case sales fell 3.0% over same period sales last year. Montgomery County Maryland(11.4%) and Montana(19.6%) reported monthly growth rates for January exceeding their twelve-month trends.

  • During the Pre-COVID period, which ended February 2020, the on-premise marketplace in the control states averaged 18.0% share of the 9-liter case spirits market. Beginning March 2020, the control states' on- and off-premise markets moved capriciously as opposed to their historically consistent, periodic behavior.