- 29 Oct 2020 9:45 AM
- Budapest Business Journal
Domestic sales were down by 6.5% at 4.5 mln hectoliters while export sales rose 6.7% to 410,000 hectoliters. Demand for alcohol-free beers was up at 269,000 hectoliters.
However draught beer sales fell by nearly 40%, mainly because of the effects from the coronavirus lockdown.
The share of draught beer in total sales fell to 5.5% from 9%, Kántor added. He expected sales to fall in Q4 and for the full year too.
The association data includes sales of Borsodi, Dreher, Heineken Hungaria and Pécsi Sörfőzde, as well as of importer Carlsberg Hungary.