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October taxable removals decline.

According to a report compiled by the Beer Institute, total taxable removals in October 1991 were 15.13 million barrels, which was 1.7-percent, or 255,338 barrels, less than last year's total of 15.38 million. The total for the first 10 months of 1991 was 154.75 million barrels, or 1.5-percent less than the corresponding period in 1990. [Tabular Data Omitted]

Seven of the 17 states and combination groupings showed increases in October, with Tennessee, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, and South Carolina reporting the largest increase; 102,372 barrels. The largest decrease was reported in Wisconsin; 123,920 barrels. [Tabular Data Omitted]

Only one of the four geographical areas reported an increase, that being the South Atlantic-East & West South Central region; 0.7 percent. The largest decrease was reported in the East North Central region; 4.9 percent. [Tabular Data Omitted]
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Title Annotation:October 1991
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:Feb 10, 1992
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