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Italian beer, exports fly

Italian beer boasts a growing appreciation abroad. The flow of exports is about two million hectoliters a year (they were 600 thousand 12 years ago), two thirds of which are directed to the Anglo-Saxon markets.

Great Britain, the United States and Canada are the first destinations, followed by Australia, the Far East, Russia and even a traditionally brewing country like Denmark.

On average, 16% of Italian-produced beer goes abroad. The protagonist is the entire sector, the very large, medium and microbreweries. The latter, the subject of a very dynamic growth, are now almost 600. And they convey a lesser-known excellence of Made in Italy, but increasingly sought after, throughout the world.

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