BEER INSTITUTE RELEASES 1999 SHIPMENT ESTIMATES

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Beer Institute here has released its 1999 best estimates of beer shipments.Tax paid withdrawals, another name for domestic brewership, the best available measure of how much the domestic brewers ship for domestic consumption, is up 0.9%, to 179.2 million barrels.The import piece is up about 10% for the year, at 17.95 million barrels, up from 16.3 million in 1998. Matthew A.

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- The Beer Institute here has released its 1999 best estimates of beer shipments.

Tax paid withdrawals, another name for domestic brewership, the best available measure of how much the domestic brewers ship for domestic consumption, is up 0.9%, to 179.2 million barrels.

The import piece is up about 10% for the year, at 17.95 million barrels, up from 16.3 million in 1998. Matthew A. Hein, director of statistical and information services for the Beer Institute,

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