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The beer industry is a leading job creator and economic powerhouse. The Beer Serves America study from 2020 concluded the industry supports more than 2 million American jobs and contributes more than $330 billion to the U.S. economy.
Unfortunately, the beer industry has seen a dramatic decline both in jobs and sales due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
COVID-19’s IMPACT ON THE U.S. BEER INDUSTRY
Jobs supported by the beer industry lost in 2020
Drop in retail beer sales in 2020
1 = 30
One beer industry job is connected to 30 other jobs
Find out how the beer industry in your state has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic
- Jobs Lost
- Wages Lost
- Economic Output Decrease
- Sales Decline
Any tax increases on the beer industry would result in additional job losses for brewers, beer importers, and the millions of Americans whose livelihoods depend on the industry.
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- Conservative and liberals agree: Keeping excise tax rates low for brewers and beer importers makes sense
- Beer Institute position on the federal excise tax
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