Minnesota


Full Economic Contribution of the Beer Industry: $3,716,800,000

Economic Snapshot


  Direct Impact* Full Impact*
  Jobs 15,000 50,400
  Wages $237,000,000 $1,264,400,000
  Value Added $727,500,000 $3,716,800,000

State and Local Taxes


  Direct Impact Full Impact
  Excise $14,900,000 $14,900,000
  Sales and Other $93,600,000 $206,700,000
  Total $108,500,000 $221,600,000

Federal Taxes


  Direct Impact Full Impact
  Excise $60,400,000 $60,400,000
  Other (payroll, income, etc.) $70,000,000 $608,400,000
  Total $130,400,000 $668,800,000

Total Federal, State and Local Taxes


  Direct Impact Full Impact
  $238,900,000 $890,400,000

1997/1998 Beer Industry


  Businesses Jobs
  Brewers 24 500
  Wholesalers 78 1,500
  Retailers 9,700 13,000


Economic Impact Generated on Affiliated Industries in Minnesota

Jobs


  Agriculture 2,600
  Construction 300
  Packaging Material 1,300
  Transportation/Communications 2,600
  Food Processing 2,000
  Wholesaling 2,800
  Food Stores/General Retail 7,900
  Finance/Insurance/Real Estate 6,400
  Business/Personal Services 4,700
  Travel/Entertainment 12,300
  Others 7,500
  Total 50,400

Economic Activity


  Agriculture $329,200,000
  Construction $19,600,000
  Packaging Material $162,200,000
  Transportation/Communications $214,200,000
  Food Processing $495,000,000
  Wholesaling $239,600,000
  Food Stores/General Retail $235,200,000
  Finance/Insurance/Real Estate $488,800,000
  Business/Personal Services $192,400,000
  Travel/Entertainment $403,700,000
  Others $936,900,000
  Total $3,716,800,000

* Refers to actual accounting
** Refers to dynamic economic effects based on U.S. government models.
Note: All 1997 figures unless otherwise noted
Source: Steve L. Barsby and Associates, and Beer Institute

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