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Year-end taxable removals decline 1.9% during 1991.

According to statistics compiled by the Beer Institute, total taxable removals of beer in December 1991 were 12.8 million barrels, which was 2.9-percent, or 380,004 barrels, less than last year's total of 13.2 million. The total for the entire year was 181 million barrels, or 1.9-percent below the figures in 1990.

Seven of the 17 states and combination groupings showed increases in December with Texas reporting the largest increase; 111,476 barrels. Colorado, meanwhile, reported the largest decrease; 185,467 barrels.

One of the four geographical areas - South Atlantic-East & West - reported a 1.4-percent increase during the period. The largest of the three decreases reported was in the New England & Mid-Atlantic area; 7.55 percent.
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Title Annotation:beer industry
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Article Type:Industry Overview
Date:Mar 23, 1992
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