While closures of bars and restaurants in the past year hit businesses making and serving drinks, sales of alcohol and alcohol mixers were still strong, as stuck-at-home people turned to supermarkets to stock up their bars at home.
Fevertree, which makes premium tonics and drink mixers, lifted its revenue forecast for the year ending in December to between 295 million pounds ($402.91 million) and 304 million pounds.
A.G. Barr, meanwhile, raised its profit forecast for the year ending January to be slightly ahead of pre-COVID-19 levels.
Still, Fevertree has said COVID-19-related supply chain issues and higher input costs have pressured gross margins, which is expected to be about 44% for the year.
Online drinks retailer Virgin Wines UK also upgraded its revenue and core earnings targets following strong levels of customer demand in May and June.
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(Reporting by Yadarisa Shabong in Bengaluru; editing by Uttaresh.V)