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Press Releases| Aug 31, 2021
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Today, the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) released the Beer Purchasers' Index (BPI) for August 2021. The August 2021 overall index of 74 matches the August 2020 reading of 74. However, while the aggregate reading is the same, the components that make up that aggregate reading are very different. Most importantly is the dramatic change in the FMB/seltzer BPI reading that took a 34-point dip, falling from 92 in August 2020 to 58 in August 2021. The “at-risk" inventory measures are still below 50, signaling continued supply constraints in the distribution industry...
Press Releases| Jul 30, 2021
ALEXANDRIA, Va . – Today, the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) released the Beer Purchasers' Index (BPI) for July 2021. The recent BPI looks at data relative to July 2020, a month that experienced widespread economic shutdowns, on-premise closures and the over-indexed segments that took a hit in those channels. Overall, the July 2021 index of 64 fell 7 points below last July's index of 71 but trends within a reasonable range compared to index readings from the past seven years. The “at-risk” inventory index at 35 (inventory at risk of going out of code in the next 30 days) is...
Press Releases| Jul 29, 2021
NBWA trains 24,000 beer distribution employees to identify and report the signs of human trafficking in the initiative’s first year ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Today, the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) announced its rededication to combating human trafficking on the first anniversary of its Distributors Against Human Trafficking initiative. Over the past year, NBWA has focused on mobilizing the more than 140,000 beer distribution employees across the country in the fight against human trafficking by providing local distributors the necessary tools and resources to recognize and report the...
Press Releases| Jun 30, 2021
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Today, the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) released the Beer Purchasers' Index (BPI) for June 2021. The recent BPI looks at data from June 2020, a month that experienced widespread economic shutdowns, on-premise closures and the over-indexed segments that took a hit in those channels. The June 2021 overall reading of 70 falls 11 points below last June's reading of 81. Measures for “at-risk” inventory (inventory at risk of going out of code in the next 30 days) are still below 50, signaling continued supply constraints in the system. A significant directional...
| Jun 2, 2021
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Today, the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) released the Beer Purchasers' Index (BPI) for May 2021. The data shows a stark comparison to the May 2020 BPI, which demonstrated the severe impact of COVID-19 on the beer industry. The May 2021 overall reading of 80 is significantly higher than last May's reading of 64. The "at-risk" inventory (inventory at risk of going out of code in the next 30 days) measure of 31 continues to remain well below the long-running average as out-of-stocks and supply disruptions continue to impact the industry. NBWA Chief Economist...
Press Releases| May 27, 2021
Every brewing job generates another 30 jobs in other industries, including farming, transportation and hospitality WASHINGTON – Today, the Beer Institute and the National Beer Wholesalers Association released their biennial Beer Serves America report on the economic importance of the nation's beer industry. Bars, restaurants, sporting events and concerts are critical to the U.S. economy, and the beer industry plays a key role in supporting jobs in the hospitality industry as well as jobs in farming, manufacturing, construction, transportation, and a myriad of other sectors. The study found...
Press Releases| May 4, 2021
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – The National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) announced today it has named Erin Donar as Vice President of Communications. Donar brings more than 15 years of communications and public affairs experience to NBWA, including roles in the U.S. Department of the Treasury, the House and Senate and private sector. She will lead the association’s communications and public affairs team and its work advocating for America’s over 3,000 independent beer distributors. “We’re thrilled to have Erin as part of the NBWA family,” said NBWA President and CEO Craig Purser. “Having served in...
Press Releases| Apr 28, 2021
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Today, the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) concluded its 2021 Legislative Conference. The conference provided an opportunity for distributors from across the country to hear insider political analysis, learn about the challenges and opportunities facing the industry and gain a deeper understanding of the federal policies that impact their businesses. The rest of this week, distributors will meet virtually with members of Congress, advocating for their businesses and educating their lawmakers on key issues facing the industry. Distributors will attend almost 350...
Press Releases| Apr 27, 2021
ALEXANDRIA, Va. – Today during the 2021 Legislative Conference, the National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) announced a new goal for the Distributors Against Human Trafficking initiative: train 25,000 beer distribution employees in total across the country to spot and report signs of human trafficking by the end of 2021. NBWA surpassed its initial goal of training 10,000 employees from the July 2020 launch to the end of 2021, in part thanks to a monumental effort by beer distributors during National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month in January. During that month alone, more...
| Apr 8, 2021
By Megan R. Wilson | April 1, 2021 5:01AM ET The National Association of Realtors, one of the most powerful industry groups in Washington, was among the many groups that switched to Zoom style advocacy when the coronavirus made in-person lobbying untenable. With signs the pandemic may be ebbing, the group is now reassessing how to handle traditional fly-in events when members descend on Capitol Hill to buttonhole members. The Realtors’ fly-in this May will be virtual, but with a “light at the end of the tunnel” of the pandemic, the group “will soon start looking at what a hybrid format will...

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