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Consumers are concerned about the impact of pub closures on their community 1200 628 Support Your Local

Consumers are concerned about the impact of pub closures on their community

Press Release 07.09.2020: Almost two thirds of Irish consumers are concerned about the impact of prolonged pub closures on their community and local economy   Over half of local pubs are reported as temporarily or permanently closed as a result of Covid-19 restrictions, according to new Drinks Industry Group of Ireland survey Half of all…

Drinks Industry Group of Ireland on the newly announced stimulus package 1200 628 Support Your Local

Drinks Industry Group of Ireland on the newly announced stimulus package

Press Release 28.08.2020: Comment by Drinks Industry Group of Ireland on the Government’s newly announced stimulus package for pubs, bars, and other hospitality businesses:   “While some support is better than none, the Government’s new package shows short-term thinking and a failure to grasp the magnitude of the situation that publicans are facing. “Since the…

Drinks industry calls for dedicated hospitality support package 1200 628 Support Your Local

Drinks industry calls for dedicated hospitality support package

Press Release 27.08.2020: Drinks industry calls for dedicated hospitality support package as Ireland’s pubs and bars endure longest lockdown in the EU Thirteen EU member states, including Germany and Italy, reopened their bars in May; nine, including France and Spain, reopened in June Drinks Industry Group of Ireland has called for a dedicated pub support…

Excise tax rates in Europe — How Ireland compares 4267 2134 Support Your Local

Excise tax rates in Europe — How Ireland compares

DIGI published its International comparisons of Irish alcohol excise taxation in the European Union in 2019 report today. The report, supported with research and analysis by DCU economist Anthony Foley and research conducted among Irish consumers and the DIGI membership, shows that this country remains in the unenviable position of having some of the EU’s…

National and Regional Employment in the Drinks and Hospitality Sector in 2019: Structure and Performance 1239 1238 Support Your Local

National and Regional Employment in the Drinks and Hospitality Sector in 2019: Structure and Performance

DIGI published its National and Regional Employment in the Drinks and Hospitality Sector in 2019 report today. This report, supported with research and analysis by DCU economist Anthony Foley and research conducted among Irish consumers and the DIGI membership, highlights the positive contributions of the drinks and hospitality sector to Ireland’s economy and society, as well…

Building a Sustainable Drinks and Hospitality Sector 2481 3508 Support Your Local

Building a Sustainable Drinks and Hospitality Sector

DIGI published its Building a Sustainable Drinks and Hospitality Sector today. This report, supported with research and analysis by DCU economist Anthony Foley and research conducted among Irish consumers and the DIGI membership, highlights the positive contributions of the drinks and hospitality sector to Ireland’s economy and society, as well as the challenges it faces…

National and Regional Employment 657 411 Support Your Local

National and Regional Employment

DIGI published its National and Regional Employment in the Drinks and Hospitality Industry report, authored by DCU economist Anthony Foley. The report found that Ireland’s drinks industry is experiencing its renaissance. Modern consumers demand quality and variety. In response, drinks businesses have seized the opportunity to produce, market and sell innovative new products to customers…

Innovation and Entrepreneurship 657 411 Support Your Local

Innovation and Entrepreneurship

DIGI published its Innovation and Entrepreneurship in the Drinks Industry report, authored by DCU economist Anthony Foley, to mark the launch of its annual Support Your Local campaign. The report found that brewers, distillers, cider producers, pubs, restaurants, hotels and off-licences are supporting and growing economic activity in Ireland—spread widely across the country. 14 percent…

No Place Like Home 800 500 Support Your Local

No Place Like Home

More than half (55%) of Irish people visit Irish pubs when travelling abroad, while nearly two thirds (63%) of us celebrate family occasions like birthday parties, communions and christenings in the local pub, restaurant or hotel, according to new research conducted by Amárach Research among 1,000 people on behalf of the Drinks Industry Group of…

Ireland vs. EU: Excise Tax 640 400 Support Your Local

Ireland vs. EU: Excise Tax

Ireland has the second highest excise duty on alcohol in the European Union. We have the highest wine excise, the second highest beer excise (behind Finland) and the third highest spirits excise (behind Sweden and Finland). Guess the Tax interactive quiz used whole number percentage amounts to find the total tax as a percentage of…

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