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March removals jump 7.2 percent.

According to a report from the Beer Institute, total domestic taxable removals of malt beverages in the month of March totaled 15.6 million barrels, which was 7.2-percent, or 1.05 million barrels, more than last year's total of 14.59 million.

The total taxable removals for the first quarter of 1992 was 42.67 million barrels, or 2.8-percent more, than the corresponding period in 1991.

Thirteen of the 17 states and combination groupings showed increases in March, with Arizona, Hawaii, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Montana, Nevada and New Mexico reporting the largest increase; 205,388 barrels. The largest decrease was reported in Texas; 40,222 barrels.

All of the four geographical areas reported increases, led by the East North Central region, which slated a 10.5-percent rise. The smallest increase was recorded in the South Atlantic-East & West South Central region, which tallied a 5.3 percent increase during the month.
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Title Annotation:domestic taxable removals of malt beverages
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Jul 6, 1992
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