New Alcohol Brands in the U.S.
- From 2012 to 2018, the number of craft breweries representing new brands in the state of New York went up from only 8 in 2012 to 41 in 2018. This represents a 413% surge in the number of new brands.
- Meanwhile, the number of wineries increased by 57%. In 2018, there are 11 wineries operating in New York from just 7 in 2012.
- Across the state, craft booze beverage producers increased by 150%.
- From October 2012 to 2018, around 538 new craft companies have started operating in New York. This includes 285 new breweries, 96 wineries, 95 distilleries, and 39 cideries.
- Across the U.S., the Brewers Association reported that there was a 16% increase from 2012 to 2017.
- There were 19 fast-rising spirit brands that are less than five years old.
- Some of these new brands include Elijah Craig Small Batch, Ciroc VS Franch Brandy, Larceny, High West, Nue Vodka, and others.
- Redemption Rye, a three-year-old brand from the Deutsch Family Wine & Spirits was able to attain a 60% growth in 2017.
- Strawberry Sparkletini, a new brand from Carriage House Imports was able to increase its sales from 5,000 cases in 2014 to 125,000 in 2017.
- Rabble Wine, a new brand from the Rabble Wine Co. has more than doubled its growth since 2014, with around 51,000 cases sold in 2017.
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Summary of Findings
Our one hour of research provided some figures that represent the number of alcohol brands that have entered the U.S. market in the last two years based on publicly-available reports.
However, an all-encompassing number that represents the total number of new brands that were introduced in the U.S. is not publicly available.