Rise in the sales of strong alcoholic beers in Sweden


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Tuesday, 21 June 2011
The sale of strong beer, that those with an alcoholic content of more than 6 percent, increased by 131 percent in May, according to the Swedish Brewers.

Even the weaker version of beer, with content to up to 2.8 percent, turned out to be a real thirst quencher with a sales increase of 36.4 percent.
By contrast, sales of carbonated soft drinks fell by 7.5 percent. In May Swedes drank a total of 120 million litres of drinks bottled in the various popular forms sold in popular shops where alcoholic drinks are sold.
The report show contracting view about previously held perception that that the Swedes where drinking less alcoholic drinks.
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