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Family Brewers Report Strong Sales
News: April 2012
Britain’s family brewers have enjoyed a successful year, according to figures released by their trade association, the Independent Family Brewers of Britain (IFBB).
Based on independent research by CGA Strategy, family brewers have achieved an average sales growth for draught ales of 2% in their pubs, against a general beer sales decline of 3%.
The IFBB, founded in 1993, represents some of Britain’s oldest regional breweries, including companies such as Fuller’s, Timothy Taylor, Brains and Robinson’s. Its members collectively control around 4,200 pubs in the UK and major on producing cask-conditioned beer.