Statement on alcohol beverage supply chain disruptions

CEO of Alcohol Beverages Australia, Mr Andrew Wilsmore, said “The good news for Australians is that there will still be plenty of drinks to choose from when they visit their local bottleshop, pub, club or restaurant this festive season.

“Some products, however, may not be available due to global supply chain disruptions and local pallet availably which is hampering the delivery of beer, wine and spirits to retail and hospitality businesses.

“All parts of the industry’s supply chain are working closely together to resolve any delays and minimise the impact on drinkers being able to enjoy their favourite brand this year,” Mr Wilsmore said.

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