from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. Quantity of beer (or other drink) measured in barrels
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The total quantity of any commodity, as measured by barrels, produced during a specified period or used tor a particular purpose.
Now, both in-state and out-state barrelage are counted to determine eligibility for the credit.
The average barrelage discount within the Punch estate in the past year has been £45 a barrel on its own wholesale price list - the figure is £62 compared to brewers 'wholesale lists.
Contract brewing saw a volume shortfall on the Boddington contract - barrelage was down 5,879 barrels on 2008 at 23,062 barrels.
Martin Poole asked for a review after his annual barrelage fell from 880 to 483 over the past 11 years.
There has also been an overall reduction in barrelage at the pubs.
The company stated: "InBev is obliged under the terms of the contract to deliver the agreed barrelage.