Black Beer Market Size worth $51.61 Billion By 2030 | CAGR: 8.6%

Black Beer Market Size worth $51.61 Billion By 2030 | CAGR: 8.6%

The global black beer market size is expected to reach USD 51.61 billion by 2030, according to a new study by Polaris Market Research. The report “Black Beer Market Share, Size, Trends, Industry Analysis Report, By Sales Channel (Online, Offline); By Product Type (Dark Lager, Dark Ale, Brown Porter, Stout, Others); By Packaging (Cans, Bottles); By Region; Segment Forecast, 2022 - 2030” gives a detailed insight into current market dynamics and provides analysis on future market growth.


The key factors that boost the growth include the rising demand for craft ale, an increase in the production of microbreweries that requires for production of black beers, and the rising consumption of dark ale across the globe. Craft ale demand has increased in recent years over ordinary ale due to its creative flavor profile and the presence of additives not used in the manufacturing of regular ale. For instance, in December 2021, Harmon's is Ontario's first ecologically sustainable non-alcoholic craft ale, created by veterans of the craft ale business.


Furthermore, as per the Brewers Association, aggregate ale sales in the U.S. fell 3% in 2020, whereas craft brewer quantity sales fell 9%, the decline in small and independent brewers' share of the U.S. ale industry by around 12.3%. Craft ale commercial dollar sales fell 22% to USD 22.2 billion. The change in ale quantity from bars and restaurants to package distribution was the primary cause of the bigger dollar sales loss. Although craft ale sales are always high in demand, revenue was impacted during the pandemic. As a result of these factors, increased demand for craft beverages is likely to boost dark ale industry growth over the forecast period.


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Based on the packaging, the cans segment accounted for the leading share in the market in 2021. Although canner dark ale is more transportable, glass bottles are heavier and more fragile. Furthermore, cans have less of an impact on ale flavor than bottles. According to a Beverages Association survey, when customers participated in a blind sampling of ale, more than 61% preferred the flavor of canned ales over bottled ales.


Market players such as Anheuser-Busch InBe, Allagash Brewing Company, Bent Paddle Brewing Company,  BrewDog, Heineken N.V., Hill Farmstead Brewery, St. Killian Importing Co., BITBURGER BRAUGRUPPE GMBH, New Belgium Brewing Company, Brewing & Malting Co., Phillips, Sapporo Breweries Ltd.,  and THE BOSTON BEER COMPANY Inc. are some key players operating in the global market. In May 2021, Koko Black, an Australian gourmet chocolatier, has collaborated with local brewer way of working to create its first beer, Koko Black MODUS Choc Hazelnut Belgian Stout. Thus, the major players' launches of new flavored black beers are propelling the market growth.


Polaris Market Research has segmented the black beer market report based on sales channel, product type, packaging, and region:


Black Beer, Sales Channel Outlook (Revenue - USD Billion, 2018 - 2030)

  • Online
  • Offline

Black Beer, Product Type Outlook (Revenue - USD Billion, 2018 - 2030)

  • Dark Lager
  • Dark Ale
  • Browm Porter
  • Stout
  • Others

Black Beer, Packaging Outlook (Revenue - USD Billion, 2018 - 2030)

  • Cans
  • Bottles

Black Beer, Regional Outlook (Revenue - USD Billion, 2018 - 2030)

  • North America
    • U.S.
    • Canada
  • Europe
    • France
    • Germany
    • UK
    • Italy
    • Netherlands
    • Spain
    • Austria
  • Asia Pacific
    • China
    • India
    • Japan
    • Malaysia
    • South Korea
    • Indonesia
  • Latin America
    • Mexico
    • Brazil
    • Argentina
  • Middle East & Africa
    • UAE
    • Saudi Arabia
    • Israel
    • South Africa