Beer Institute Releases September 2020 Domestic Tax Paid Estimate

Washington, District of Columbia, UNITED STATES


WASHINGTON, Oct. 29, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Today, the Beer Institute published an unofficial estimate of domestic tax paid shipments by beer brewers for September 2020:

The September 2020 estimate is 14,800,000 barrels, which is virtually the same as the September 2019 removals of 14,796,000 barrels.

The chart below updates the May 2020 estimate of 14,216,000 barrels to a revised estimate of 13,770,000 barrels.

The Beer Institute expects Domestic Tax Paid Estimates for the remaining months to see significant revisions as TTB Industry Circular 2020-2 has postponed reporting requirements for filing and payment due dates for up to 90 days.

 

Domestic Tax Paid - TTB
(31 Gallon Barrels)
Month 2019 2020 Percent Change Volume Change
January 12,433,513 12,423,000 -0.1% -10,513
February 11,430,829 11,325,000 -0.9% -105,829
March 14,512,347 14,533,000 0.1% 20,653
April 14,231,974 13,500,000 -5.1% -731,974
May 15,216,000 13,770,000 -9.5% -1,446,000
June 15,901,000 16,600,000 4.4% 699,000
July 14,820,000 15,100,000 1.9% 280,000
August 14,324,000 14,500,000 1.2% 176,000
September 14,796,000 14,800,000 0.0% 4,000
YTD 127,665,663 126,551,000 -0.9% -1,114,663

 

Please note that the estimates above reflect revised estimates released by the TTB.

The October 2020 domestic tax paid estimate is scheduled to be released on November 24, 2020.

 

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