🎁Top 10 Alcohol Brands: Which one is your favorite?
As a melting pot of cultures and influences, it is natural to wonder about Singaporeans' preferences when it comes to alcohol.
When it comes to the most popular types of alcohol in Singapore, beer tends to top the list. The local beer market offers a wide range of options, including international brands as well as local brews.
International brands like Tiger Beer, Heineken, and Guinness have a strong presence and are commonly enjoyed by locals.
Singapore also boasts its own homegrown alcohol brands, such as Tiger Beer and Singapore Sling, which hold a special place in the hearts of Singaporeans.
While beer holds a prominent position, Singaporeans also have an affinity for other types of alcohol, such as wine and spirits. As for spirits, popular choices include whiskey, gin, and vodka.
According to data from BrandFinance, TOP 10 ALCOHOLIC DRINKS in 2022 were
$Constellation(STZ)$ (parent company of Corona), $Heineken N.V.(HEINY)$, $Anheuser-Busch Inbev SA(BUD)$ (parent company of Budweiser and Bud Light), Modelo Especial, $CHINA RES BEER(00291)$ (parent company of Snow), $Molson Coors(TAP)$ (parent company of Miller Lite and Coors Light), $Kirin Holdings Co., Ltd.(KNBWY)$ and $Asahi Group Holdings Ltd.(ASBRF)$.
YTD performance of TOP alcoholic stocks
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