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Asia Pacific Beer Market - Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2014 - 2020

NEW YORK, Aug. 26, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Reportlinker.com announces that a new market research report is available in its catalogue:

Asia Pacific Beer Market - Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2014 - 2020

http://www.reportlinker.com/p02274932/Asia-Pacific-Beer-Market---Industry-Analysis-Size-Share-Growth-Trends-and-Forecast-2014---2020.html

Beer is the most loved alcoholic beverage across people of all drinking age groups. It is the third favorite drink after water and tea. Beer is one of the fastest selling alcoholic beverages in the Asia Pacific region. Growing population, increasing disposable income, availability of beer in various flavors, innovative bottled packaging and launch of new innovative packaging have an imperative role in the growth of beer market in the region. The Asia Pacific beer was worth USD 154.91 billion in 2013. However, with the advent of bars and restaurants and the relaxation in the rules and regulations related to brewing, the demand for the beer is anticipated to rise in the next six years.

The demand for beer is expected to witness a robust growth throughout the forecast period. This is largely due to the increase in disposable income and adoption of western culture in the Asia Pacific region, as well as availability of beers of different flavors and tastes. Rising population, particularly in China, India and Vietnam, is expected to boost the market during the forecast period. Moreover, increase in the number of restaurants and creative marketing strategies have supported the growth of the beer market in the past few years. This trend is likely to continue throughout the forecast period.

Water, yeast, malt and hops are the basic ingredients used for manufacturing beer. Various salt solutions are used for giving different characteristics to water, and thus influence the beer. Depending on the type of beer, it is either cooked in hard water or soft water. Several biochemical processes are carried out to convert grain to malt. Malting is done to extract starch from grains and this becomes the most important form of energy. Hops give beer its bitter taste and aroma. The unique chemical composition of hops has made it difficult to replace them with other additives as it would affect the quality of the beer. Lager beer is prepared from bottom-fermenting yeast and ale, while porter and stout are prepared using top fermentation.

There are several types of beer such as premium, mainstream and economy. Increasing population in the region and growing disposable income are the major factors driving the market at present. The market is expected to see significant growth in the coming years as the demand for beer with different taste and flavor is expected to increase during the forecast period i.e. 2014 – 2020.

The beer market is volume driven market and thus demand and consumption varies significantly from one country to another. While some of the most populous countries such as China, India and Japan among others have high per- capita beer consumption in comparison to countries such as Laos and Sri Lanka among others.

This report has been segmented by type and countries. By countries, the market has been segmented into China, India, Japan, South Korea, Australia, Vietnam, Singapore and Others. The present market size and forecast until 2020 have been provided in the report along with the detailed analysis and opportunities in these regions.

The study includes beer market in terms of volume (Billion liters) and revenue (USD Billion) by product type. To have a full competitive advantage, the study also provides drivers, restraints and opportunities and their impact followed by three parameters such as low, medium and high for the short, medium and long term.

The study also provides market attractiveness analysis by product type. In order to ascertain market dynamics, Porter's five force analysis framework which identifies as well as analyzes five competitive forces that shape every industry, such as bargaining power of suppliers and buyers followed by the threat of substitutes and new entrant's and degree of competition is also provided.
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The APAC beer market is segmented as below:

By types
Premium
Mainstream
Economy
By countries
China
India
Japan
South Korea
Australia
Vietnam
Singapore
Others

Chapter 1 Preface
1.1 Report description
1.2 Research scope
1.3 Research methodology

Chapter 2 Executive Summary

Chapter 3 Market overview
3.1 Introduction
3.1.1 Market Dynamics
3.1.2 Drivers
3.1.2.1 Increasing disposable income
3.1.2.2 Increase in beer consuming population
3.1.3 Restraints
3.1.3.1 Strict rules and regulation
3.1.3.2 Increasing health concerns
3.1.4 Opportunities
3.1.4.1 Increasing preference of distinctive beer
3.1.4.2 Increasing preference for accessibility
3.2 Value chain analysis
3.3 Market trends and outlook
3.4 Porter's five force analysis
3.4.1 Bargaining power of suppliers – Low
3.4.2 Bargaining power of buyers - High
3.4.3 Degree of competition - High
3.4.4 Threat from new entrants - Medium
3.4.5 Threat from substitute products - Medium
3.5 Market attractiveness by type, 2013

Chapter 4 APAC Beer Market Analysis, by Types
4.1 Overview
4.2 Premium
4.2.1 Premium beer market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (billion liters)
4.3 Mainstream
4.3.1 Mainstream beer market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (billion liters)
4.4 Economy
4.4.1 Economy beer market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (billion liters)

Chapter 5 APAC Beer Market Analysis and Forecast, by Countries
5.1 China beer market
5.1.1 Market Analysis
5.1.2 China beer market size (USD billion) Vs Volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.1.3 China beer company share analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.1.4 China beer distribution channel analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.2 India beer market
5.2.1 India beer market analysis, 2013 – 2020 (USD billion)
5.2.2 India beer market size (USD billion) Vs Volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.2.3 India beer company share analysis (2011 – 2013)
5.2.4 India beer distribution channel analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.3 Japan beer market
5.3.1 Japan beer market analysis, 2014 – 2020 (USD billion)
5.3.2 Japan beer market size (USD billion) Vs Volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020
5.3.3 Japan beer company share analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.3.4 Japan beer distribution channel analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.4 South Korea beer market
5.4.1 South Korea beer market analysis, 2014 – 2020 (USD billion)
5.4.2 South Korea beer market size (USD billion) Vs Volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.4.3 South Korea beer company share analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.4.4 South Korea beer distribution channel analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.5 Australia beer market
5.5.1 Australia beer market analysis, 2014 – 2020 (USD billion)
5.5.2 Australia beer market size (USD billion) Vs Volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.5.3 Australia beer company share analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.5.4 Australia beer distribution channel analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.6 Vietnam beer market
5.6.1 Vietnam beer market analysis, 2014 – 2020 (USD billion)
5.6.2 Vietnam beer market size (USD billion) Vs Volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.6.3 Vietnam beer company share analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.6.4 Vietnam beer distribution channel analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.7 Singapore beer market
5.7.1 Singapore beer market analysis, 2014 – 2020 (USD billion)
5.7.2 Singapore beer market size (USD billion) Vs Volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.7.3 Singapore beer company share analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.7.4 Singapore beer distribution channel analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.8 Others (Sri Lanka, Laos and Thailand etc) beer market
5.8.1 Others beer market analysis, 2014 – 2020 (USD billion)
5.8.2 Others beer market size (USD billion) Vs Volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020)
5.8.3 Others beer company share analysis (2013 – 2020)

List of Figures

FIG. 1 Market segmentation: APAC beer market
FIG. 2 Asia Pacific beer market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (USD billion)
FIG. 3 APAC beer market value chain analysis
FIG. 4 Porter's five force analysis
FIG. 5 Beer market attractiveness, by type
FIG. 6 APAC beer market share and forecast, 2013 vs. 2020 (Volume consumption %)
FIG. 7 Premium beer market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (billion Liter)
FIG. 8 Mainstream beer market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (billion Liter)
FIG. 9 Economy beer market size and forecast, 2013 – 2020 (billion Liter)
FIG. 10 China beer market size (USD billion) vs volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020)
FIG. 11 Company share analysis for China 2011 - 2013
FIG. 12 Beer distribution channel analysis for China 2011 - 2013
FIG. 13 India beer market size (USD billion) vs volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020)
FIG. 14 Company share analysis for India 2011 - 2013
FIG. 15 Beer distribution channel analysis for India 2011 - 2013
FIG. 16 Japan beer market size (USD billion) vs volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020)
FIG. 17 Company share analysis for Japan 2011 - 2013
FIG. 18 Beer distribution channel analysis for Japan 2011 - 2013
FIG. 19 South Korea beer market size (USD billion) vs volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020)
FIG. 20 Company share analysis for South Korea 2011 - 2013
FIG. 21 Beer distribution channel analysis for South Korea 2011 - 2013
FIG. 22 Australia beer market size (USD billion) vs volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020)
FIG. 23 Company share analysis for Australia 2011 - 2013
FIG. 24 Beer distribution channel analysis for Australia 2011 - 2013
FIG. 25 Vietnam beer market size (USD billion) vs volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020)
FIG. 26 Company share analysis for India 2011 - 2013
FIG. 27 Beer distribution channel analysis for Vietnam 2011 - 2013
FIG. 28 Singapore beer market size (USD billion) vs volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020)
FIG. 29 Company share analysis for India 2011 - 2013
FIG. 30 Beer distribution channel analysis for Singapore 2011 - 2013
FIG. 31 Others beer market size (USD billion) vs volume (Liter billion) trend analysis (2013 – 2020)
FIG. 32 Company share analysis for Others (Sri Lanka, Laos and Thailand etc) 2011 - 2013

List of Tables

TABLE 1 APAC beer market snapshot
TABLE 2 Asia Pacific market size and forecast by application, 2013 – 2020 (USD billion)
TABLE 3 Drivers of APAC Beer Market: Impact Analysis
TABLE 4 Drivers of APAC Beer Market: Impact Analysis
TABLE 5 China beer, Market Analysis by value (2013 – 2020)
TABLE 6 China beer, Market Analysis by volume consumption (2013 – 2020)
TABLE 7 India beer, Market Analysis by value (2013 – 2020)
TABLE 8 India beer, Market Analysis by volume consumption (2013 – 2020)
TABLE 9 Japan beer, Market Analysis by value (2013 – 2020)
TABLE 10 Japan beer, Market Analysis by volume consumption (2013 – 2020)
TABLE 11 South Korea beer, Market Analysis by value (2013 – 2020)
TABLE 12 South Korea beer, Market Analysis by volume consumption (2013 – 2020)
TABLE 13 Australia beer, Market Analysis by value (2013 – 2020)
TABLE 14 Australia beer, Market Analysis by volume consumption (2013 – 2020)
TABLE 15 Vietnam beer, Market Analysis by value (2013 – 2020)
TABLE 16 Vietnam beer, Market Analysis by volume consumption (2013 – 2020)
TABLE 17 Singapore beer, Market Analysis by value (2013 – 2020)
TABLE 18 Singapore beer, Market Analysis by volume consumption (2013 – 2020)
TABLE 19 Others beer, Market Analysis by value (2013 – 2020)
TABLE 20 Others beer, Market Analysis by volume consumption (2013 – 2020)


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