In 2012, the Chancellor announced an alcohol duty rise of 2% above the rate of inflation in his Budget.
According to the The Wine and Spirit Trade Association, this led to an average price rise of 11p on a bottle of wine, 41p on a bottle of spirits and 3p on a pint of beer.
The industry body also said the rise meant taxes on wine and spirits have risen by over 25% and 20% respectively since March 2008.
Duty also rose at the same rate of inflation in 2011 and 2010.
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