Domestic beers dominate sales and retail space, but retailers are increasingly saying cheers to imports and crafts, as well as innovative new products like gluten-free and organic brews. Such efforts come at a time when wine and spirits sales are rising at the expense of beer. While the overall beer category grew 2.7% to $8.2 billion in food stores for the 52 weeks ending May 20, domestic premium beer (priced about $17 per case) slipped 0.7% to $3.6 billion and domestic sub-premium ($12 ...
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