30.
 /Nov.

Germany: “Beer Pope” Prof. Ludwig Narziss deceased

Outstanding personality in the brewing industry dies at the age of 97

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28.
 /Nov.

Germany: AB InBev’s concealed attack on the Purity Law for beer

Local production of Corona Extra secures future of Hasseröder Brewery

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28.
 /Nov.

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 /Nov.

Ireland: Warsteiner Group takes minority stake in Rye River Brewing

“Accelerate export growth”

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23.
 /Nov.

Belgium: AB InBev is asking FIFA for a USD 47 million rebate

Unsold beer will be given to winning country of the World Cup

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18.
 /Nov.

Qatar: Beer is banned from all FIFA WorldCup stadiums

ABInBev: “Well, this is awkward…”

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17.
 /Nov.

USA: Brooklyn Brewery is moving to a new location by 2024

Old site was sold to real estate developer

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17.
 /Nov.

UK: Asahi to close Dark Star Brewing Co.

“Significantly below capacity”

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17.
 /Nov.

USA: Molson Coors ends two joint-ventures at once

Agreements with Hexo Corp and La Colombe terminated

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14.
 /Nov.

France: "Final slap in the face" for Alsatian brewing industry

Heineken to close Schiltigheim Brewery

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10.
 /Nov.

Germany: Aldi buys beverage manufacturer

Leading retailer takes over the remaining mineral springs from Altmühltaler

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10.
 /Nov.

USA: Keurig Dr Pepper CEO agrees to resign after three months

Ozan Dokmecioglu accused of unspecified violations of the Company's Code of Conduct

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09.
 /Nov.

India: AB InBev enters the whiskey segment for the first time ever

Magnum Double Barrel is sourced in partnership with Sazerac

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09.
 /Nov.

USA: Largest non-alcoholic craft brewery attracts new well-known lead investor

Keurig Dr Pepper invest USD 50 million in Athletic Brewing Co

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07.
 /Nov.

UK: Spanish brewer Damm buys former Charles Wells brewery

Eagle Brewery is Damm’s first brewery outside of mainland Europe

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07.
 /Nov.

Italy: Hops, the new weapon against Alzheimer's Disease

Breakthrough research identifies hop compounds to help prevent dementia

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07.
 /Nov.

USA/Canada: Cannabis company Tilray buys Montauk Brewing

Further foray into the US craft beer market

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05.
 /Nov.

China: Asia`s leading beverage fair postponed for the second time

China Brew China Beverage rescheduled to an indefinite date

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04.
 /Nov.

Egypt: Coca-Cola accused of greenwashing

Activists want to remove Coca-Cola as sponsor of UN global climate summit

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04.
 /Nov.

World: “Plastic recycling is a myth”

Companies will miss their plastic recycling targets

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