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On-trade Alcoholic Drinks - China - June 2014

Published By :

Mintel

Published Date : Jun 2014

Category :

Alcoholic Beverages

No. of Pages : 233 Pages

When it comes to alcoholic drinks, women’s spending is significantly less compared with men and female consumers are widely considered ‘hard to reach’. Highlighting food pairing and partnering with Asia restaurants in online-based campaigns should be able to help brands stand out when targeting women.
Table of Content

Introduction

Definition
Abbreviations

Executive Summary

The market
Figure 1: Fan chart of on-trade alcoholic drinks in China, 2009-19
Market drivers
Government anti-extravagance campaign forcing a market reshuffle
The outlook for premium ranges remains strong
Health concerns pose a threat to the baijiu market but are a boost to wine
The ageing population poses a threat to the alcoholic drinks market
Organic growth remains strong as urbanisation continues apace
Supreme Court judicial interpretation on BYO drinks
Companies, brands and innovation
Brewpubs and microbrew/craft beer gain momentum
The emerging trend of food pairing
Innovation without boundaries: beer cocktails
The consumer
There is potential to expand the user base of on-trade channels
Figure 2: Usage of alcoholic drinks at home and out of home, March 2014
Consumers are drinking more frequently and spending more
Figure 3: Change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks, March 2014
Beer, wine and baijiu dominate both in-home and on-trade channels
Figure 4: Different types of alcoholic drinks had at home and out of home, March 2014
Chinese restaurants remain the most popular place for drinking
Figure 5: Places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, March 2014
Personal consumption outweighs business occasions
Figure 6: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, March 2014
Word of mouth becomes an important information channel
Figure 7: Attitudes towards information channels, March 2014
Impulsive purchase highlights the importance of campaigns at PoP
Figure 8: Attitudes towards out-of-home drink selection, March 2014
Trying new drinks is important but high earners remain brand loyal
Figure 9: General attitudes towards innovation, March 2014
Premium drinks show potential
Figure 10: General attitudes towards premiumisation
Wine has a healthy image
Figure 11: General attitudes towards health implication of drinking
What we think

Insights and Issues

How can brands target female consumers at on-trade channels?
The facts
Implications
How can brands utilise food pairing to improve awareness of their drinks?
The facts
Implications
Figure 12: Agreement with the statement “The type of alcoholic drink served with food is important to me when dining out of home”, by demographics, March 2014
How to break the affordability barrier?
The facts
Implications
Figure 13: Number of different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home, by income, March 2014
How can premium drinks effectively reposition themselves under the anti-extravagance campaign?
The facts
Implications

Trend Application

Trend: Influentials
Trend: Life Hacking
Mintel Future: Brand Intervention

Market Drivers

Key points
Government anti-extravagance campaign forcing a market reshuffle
The outlook for premium ranges remains strong
Figure 14: Urban per capita household consumption expenditure in cash (RMB) 2005-13
Health concerns pose a threat to the baijiu market but boost wine
The ageing population poses a threat to the alcoholic drinks market
Figure 15: The population in China, by age groups, 2002-12
Organic growth remains strong as urbanisation continues apace
Figure 16: Urbanisation in China, 2000-12
Supreme Court judicial interpretation on BYO drinks

Who’s Innovating?

Key points
Brewpubs and microbreweries/craft beer gain momentum
Figure 17: Cider from Shanghai Brewery
Figure 18: Great leap Beijing
The emerging trend of food pairing
Figure 19: Microbrew white beer from Paulaner
Innovation without boundaries: beer cocktails
Figure 20: Beer cocktails from Shanghai Brewery

Market Size, Forecast and Segment Performance

Key points
Spirits are expanding market share
Figure 21: On trade volume sales of alcoholic drinks, 2011-13
The slow growth of beer segment stalls the on-trade alcoholic drink market
Figure 22: On trade volume sales of alcoholic drinks in China, 2009-19
The growing demand for spirits leads future recovery
Figure 23: Fan chart of on-trade alcoholic drinks in China, 2009-19
Forecast methodology

The Consumer – The Consumption of Alcoholic Drinks

Key points
There is potential to expand the user base of on-trade channels
Figure 24: Usage of alcoholic drinks at home and out of home, March 2014
Men dominate both on-trade and retail channels
Figure 25: Usage of alcoholic drinks at home and out of home, by gender, March 2014
Parents in their thirties from tier one cities are more likely to drink at home
Figure 26: Usage of alcoholic drinks at home, by selected demographics, March 2014

The Consumer – Changing Consumption Levels

Key points
Consumers are drinking more frequently and spending more
Figure 27: Change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks, March 2014
Women are more likely to increase their in-home drinking frequency
Figure 28: Change of consumption level of in home alcoholic drinks, by gender, March 2014
In home as a potential occasion for premium alcoholic drinks
Figure 29: In home alcoholic drink consumption changes, by household income, March 2014
On trade channels tend to be more attractive to the young
Figure 30: Out of home alcoholic drink consumption changes, by age, March 2014
Lower tier cities shows great potential for premium drinks offered via on-trade channels
Figure 31: Out of home alcoholic drink consumption changes, by age, March 2014

The Consumer – Types of Alcoholic Drinks Consumed

Key points
Beer, wine and baijiu dominate both in-home and on-trade channels
Figure 32: Different types of alcoholic drinks had at home and out of home, March 2014
Wine is largely an at-home drink…
…and Western spirits tend to be suitable as out-of-home drinks
People tend to explore different types of drinks at on-trade channels…
Figure 33: Repertoire of different types of alcoholic drinks had at home and out of home, March 2014
… but affordability remains the key barrier
Figure 34: Number of different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home, by income, March 2014
Wine has a high-end image while beer attracts low to mid earners
Figure 35: Selected types of drinks consumed out of home, by personal income, March 2014
Wine, Champagne and cocktails more attractive to women
Figure 36: Selected types of alcoholic drinks consumed out of home, by gender, March 2014
Wine and baijiu are seen as drinks for business purposes
Figure 37: Type of drink consumed out of home, by occasions, March 2014

The Consumer – Places Visited When Drinking

Key points
Chinese restaurants remain the most popular place for drinking
Figure 38: Places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, March 2014
Asian restaurants show potential for targeting the female segment
Figure 39: Light users of Asian restaurants, by demographics, March 2014

The Consumer – Occasions of Drinking Alcoholic Drinks Out of Home

Key points
Personal consumption outweighs business occasions
Figure 40: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, March 2014
Special events and festivals are important reasons for consumers to drink out of home…
… and they tend to be an important channel to attract female consumers
Figure 41: Having drunk alcoholic beverages in specific events, by gender, March 2014
Western spirits could benefit from highlighting food pairing
Figure 42: Occasions of drinking alcoholic beverages out of home, by types of drinks, March 2014

The Consumer – Attitudes Towards Information Channels

Key points
Word of mouth becomes an important information channel
Figure 43: Attitudes towards information channels, March 2014
Online channels works better to attract women
Figure 44: Most popular attitudes towards drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, by demographics, March 2014
Barmen: an important information source for premium drinks
Figure 45: Agreement of the statement “I would like to try the alcoholic drinks recommended by barmen”, by income, March 2014

The Consumer – Attitudes Towards Drink Selection

Key points
Impulsive purchase highlights the importance of campaigns at PoP
Figure 46: Attitudes towards out-of-home drink selection, March 2014
More options make choices difficult to come by
Figure 47: Agreement with the statement “I only decide what to drink when I am in the outlet”, by region, March 2014
Drink origins tend to be more important in tier three cities
Figure 48: Agreement with the statement “The origin of the alcohol is an important consideration factor when drinking out of home”

The Consumer – Attitudes towards Prices and Promotions

Key points
People tend to buy more expensive drinks in on-trade channels
Figure 49: Attitudes towards pricing and promotions, March 2014

The Consumer – General Attitudes Towards Innovation

Key points
Trying new drinks is more relevant…
Figure 50: General attitudes towards innovation, March 2014
Figure 51: The selection of beers to try, Jackie’s Beer Nest Shanghai
…but high earners tend to show a high level of brand loyalty
Food pairing appeals to high earners and women
Figure 52: Agreement with the statement “The type of alcoholic drink served with food is important to me when dining out of home”, by demographics, March 2014
Food pairing: an important way of reaching women
Food pairing: A useful means of premiumising
Food pairing: Uncharted water for baijiu brands
Regional differences on local drinks
Figure 53: Agreement with the statement “Local drinks cater better to my taste than imported ones”, by demographics, March 2014

The Consumer – General Attitudes Towards Premiumisation

Key points
Premium drinks shows potential
Figure 54: General attitudes towards premiumisation
Premium packaging is more appealing to women
Figure 55: Agreement with the statement “Alcohol drinks with premium packaging are worth paying more for when drinking out of home”, by gender, March 2014
Figure 56: Absolut Vodka Mode Edition, 2011
Figure 57: Media Vodka and Only premium gin with appealing packaging
Figure 58: Baileys Chocolate Luxe, Q1 2014

The Consumer – General Attitudes towards Health Implications of Drinking Alcohol

Key point
Wine has a healthy image
Figure 59: General attitudes towards health implication of drinking

The Consumer – Cluster Analysis

Key points
Four groups identified
Figure 60: Four groups identified, March 2014
Health Disdainers
Who are they?
Figure 61: Health disdainers, by selected demographics, March 2014
What do they think?
How have their drinking habits changed over the past 12 months?
Which types of drinks do they prefer?
Where do they drink?
Marketing implications
Price Sensitive Consumers
Who are they?
What do they think?
How have their drinking habits changed over the past 12 months?
Figure 62: The drinking habits of price sensitive segment, March 2014
Which types of drinks do they prefer?
Where do they drink?
Marketing implications
Domestic Premium Lovers
Who are they?
Figure 63: Domestic premium lover, by selected demographics, March 2014
What do they think?
How have their drinking habits changed over the past 12 months?
Figure 64: The drinking habits of domestic premium lover segment, March 2014
Which types of drinks do they prefer?
Where do they drink?
Marketing implications
International Premium Seekers
Who are they?
Figure 65: International premium seeker, by selected demographics, March 2014
What do they think?
How have their drinking habits changed over the past 12 months?
Figure 66: The drinking habits of international premium seeker segment, March 2014
Which types of drinks do they prefer?
Where do they drink?

Appendix – Consumption of Alcoholic Drinks in the Past 12 months

Figure 67: Consumption of alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months, March 2014
Figure 68: Consumption of alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months, by demographics, March 2014

Appendix – Change of Consumption Level in Alcoholic Drinks in the Past 12 Months

Figure 69: Change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months, March 2014
Figure 70: Change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months – The number of times I drink in home compared to 12 months ago has, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 71: Change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months – The amount I typically spend each time when drinking in home compared to 12 months ago has, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 72: Change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months – The number of times I drink out of home compared to 12 months ago has, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 73: Change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months – The amount I typically spend each time when drinking out of home compared to 12 months ago has, by demographics, March 2014

Appendix – Different Types of Alcoholic Drinks Had in the Past 12 Months

Figure 74: Different types of alcoholic drinks had at home in the past 12 months, March 2014
Figure 75: Most popular different types of alcoholic drinks had at home in the past 12 months – In-home, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 76: Next most popular different types of alcoholic drinks had at home in the past 12 months, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 77: Other different types of alcoholic drinks had at home in the past 12 months, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 78: Different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months, March 2014
Figure 79: Most popular different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months – Out of home, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 80: Next most popular different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months – Out of home, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 81: Other different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months – Out of home, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 82: Different types of alcoholic drinks had at home in the past 12 months, by places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Chinese full-service restaurants, March 2014
Figure 83: Different types of alcoholic drinks had at home in the past 12 months, by places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Other Asian full-service restaurants, March 2014
Figure 84: Different types of alcoholic drinks had at home in the past 12 months, by places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Western full-service restaurants, March 2014
Figure 85: Different types of alcoholic drinks had at home in the past 12 months, by most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Karaoke/KTV, March 2014
Figure 86: Different types of alcoholic drinks had at home in the past 12 months, by next most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Karaoke/KTV, March 2014
Figure 87: Different types of alcoholic drinks had at home in the past 12 months, by places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Night clubs, March 2014
Figure 88: Different types of alcoholic drinks had at home in the past 12 months, by places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Bars and pubs, March 2014
Figure 89: Different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months, by places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Chinese full-service restaurants, March 2014
Figure 90: Different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months, by places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Other Asian full-service restaurants, March 2014
Figure 91: Different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months, by most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Western full-service restaurants, March 2014
Figure 92: Different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months, by next most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Western full-service restaurants, March 2014
Figure 93: Different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months, by most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Karaoke/KTV, March 2014
Figure 94: Different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months, by next most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Karaoke/KTV, March 2014
Figure 95: Different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months, by places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Night clubs, March 2014
Figure 96: Different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months, by most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Bars and pubs, March 2014
Figure 97: Different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months, by next most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Bars and pubs, March 2014

Appendix – Places Visited when Drinking Alcoholic Drinks Out of Home in the Past 12 Months

Figure 98: Places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, March 2014
Figure 99: Places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, March 2014
Figure 100: Most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Chinese full-service restaurants, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 101: Next most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Chinese full-service restaurants, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 102: Most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Other Asian full-service restaurants, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 103: Next most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Other Asian full-service restaurants, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 104: Most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Western full-service restaurants, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 105: Next most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Western full-service restaurants, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 106: Most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Karaoke/KTV, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 107: Next most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Karaoke/KTV, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 108: Most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Night clubs, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 109: Next most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Night clubs, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 110: Most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Bars and pubs, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 111: Next most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Bars and pubs, by demographics, March 2014

Appendix –Drinking Occasions Out of Home in the Past 12 Months

 Figure 112: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, March 2014
Figure 113: Most popular occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 114: Next most popular occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 115: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by the change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months – The number of times I drink in home compared to 12 months ago has, March 2014
Figure 116: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by the change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months – The amount I typically spend each time when drinking in home compared to 12 months ago has, March 2014
Figure 117: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by the change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months – The number of times I drink out of home compared to 12 months ago has, March 2014
Figure 118: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by the change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months – The amount I typically spend each time when drinking out of home compared to 12 months ago has, March 2014
Figure 119: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by most popular different types of alcoholic drinks had at home in the past 12 months – In-home, March 2014
Figure 120: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by next most popular different types of alcoholic drinks had at home in the past 12 months – In-home, March 2014
Figure 121: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by other different types of alcoholic drinks had at home in the past 12 months – In-home, March 2014
Figure 122: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by most popular different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months – Out of home, March 2014
Figure 123: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by next most popular different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months – Out of home, March 2014
Figure 124: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by other different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months – Out of home, March 2014
Figure 125: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Chinese full-service restaurants, March 2014
Figure 126: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Other Asian full-service restaurants, March 2014
Figure 127: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Western full-service restaurants, March 2014
Figure 128: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by next most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Western full-service restaurants, March 2014
Figure 129: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Karaoke/KTV, March 2014
Figure 130: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by next most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Karaoke/KTV, March 2014
Figure 131: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Night clubs, March 2014
Figure 132: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Bars and pubs, March 2014
Figure 133: Occasions for drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by next most popular places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months – Bars and pubs, March 2014
Appendix – Attitude Towards Drinking Alcoholic Drinks Out of Home

Figure 134: Attitude towards drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, March 2014
Figure 135: Most popular attitude towards drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 136: Next most popular attitude towards drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 137: Other attitude towards drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 138: Attitude towards drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, by most popular different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months – Out of home, March 2014
Figure 139: Attitude towards drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, by next most popular different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months – Out of home, March 2014
Figure 140: Attitude towards drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, by other different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months – Out of home, March 2014

Appendix – General Attitudes Towards Drinking Alcoholic Drinks Out of Home

Figure 141: General attitudes towards drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, March 2014
Figure 142: Agreement with the statement ‘The type of alcoholic drink served with food is important to me when dining out of home’, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 143: Agreement with the statement ‘It’s difficult for me to choose which western alcohol to drink due to my limited knowledge about them’, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 144: Agreement with the statement ‘I tend to stick to the same brand when drinking out of home’, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 145: Agreement with the statement ‘I am interested in trying various alcoholic drinks when drinking out of home’, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 146: Agreement with the statement ‘Local drinks cater better to my taste than imported ones’, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 147: Agreement with the statement ‘The alcoholic drinks a person drink out of home can reflect his social status’, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 148: Agreement with the statement ‘Serving premium drinks is a way to show respect to others’, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 149: Agreement with the statement ‘I am more willing to try a premium brand out of home than at home’, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 150: Agreement with the statement ‘Alcohol drinks with premium packaging are worth paying more for when drinking out of home’, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 151: Agreement with the statement ‘The traditional Chinese way of toasting is not good for maintaining health’, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 152: Agreement with the statement ‘Alcoholic drinks of lower alcohol content do less harm to health’, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 153: Agreement with the statement ‘Wine is better for the health compared with other types of western alcoholics’, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 154: General attitudes towards drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, by the change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months – The number of times I drink in home compared to 12 months ago has, March 2014
Figure 155: General attitudes towards drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, by the change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months – The amount I typically spend each time when drinking in home compared to 12 months ago has, March 2014
Figure 156: General attitudes towards drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, by the change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months – The number of times I drink out of home compared to 12 months ago has, March 2014
Figure 157: General attitudes towards drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, by the change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months – The amount I typically spend each time when drinking out of home compared to 12 months ago has, March 2014

Appendix – Cluster Analysis

Figure 158: Target groups, March 2014
Figure 159: Target groups, by demographics, March 2014
Figure 160: Change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months, by target groups, March 2014
Figure 161: Change of consumption level in alcoholic drinks in the past 12 months, by target groups, March 2014
Figure 162: Different types of alcoholic drinks had at home in the past 12 months, by target groups, March 2014
Figure 163: Different types of alcoholic drinks had out of home in the past 12 months, by target groups, March 2014
Figure 164: Places visited when drinking alcoholic drinks out of home in the past 12 months, by target groups, March 2014
Figure 165: Attitude towards drinking alcoholic drinks out of home, by target groups, March 2014

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