According to a report recently released by a market research group, beer consumption in Africa is estimated to grow by a five percent (5%) annual growth rate (AGR) between 2020 and 2025. The figure is the highest growth rate across all continents in the world.
Asia’s beer consumption is projected at three (3%) percent, Middle East and North Africa 2.8% and less than one per in the Western Europe.
With an average beer consumption of 12.28 litres per year, South Sudan claims the second position in the top 10 biggest beer drinking countries in Africa. This is by virtue of her high number of drunkards, which technically translates to higher volume and litres consumed per year.
On the Africa continental ranking, Uganda was ranked 3rd with 11.93 litres per year; Botswana is forth (7.96 litres per year) and Kenya in the fifth position, with 9.72 litres per year.
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