30.
 /Sep.

Denmark: Carlsberg appoints new CFO

Ulrica Fearn succeeds Heine Dalsgaard

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28.
 /Sep.

Germany: Brewers warn of mass extinction of breweries

Associations urge government to act

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21.
 /Sep.

UK: Closure of National Brewery Centre is a 'devastating loss'

CAMRA urges Molson Coors plans to reverse its decision

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20.
 /Sep.

Russia: Despite the boycott, western brands are still on sale

Pepsi continues to sell PepsiCola even six months after announcement to withdraw

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20.
 /Sep.

Romania: Heineken to close Constanța brewery

“Invest significantly in the three remaining factories”

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20.
 /Sep.

India/Japan: Kirin in talks to increase stake in Bira brewery

Most successful Indian craft brewer with “highest ever” beer volume

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18.
 /Sep.

Europe: CO2 shortages force breweries to close

Böhmisch Brauhaus Großröhrsdorf will close forever

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14.
 /Sep.

Germany: Birra Perugia is most successful brewery in European Beer Star 2022

A total of 2168 beers from 40 countries competed in 73 categories

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12.
 /Sep.

Germany: 20,000 alcohol-related cancers every year

Demand for minimum age of 18 for the purchase and consumption of alcohol

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09.
 /Sep.

South Africa: Heineken to divest Strongbow Cider

Permission granted for Distell takeover under several conditions

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08.
 /Sep.

Thailand to apply alcohol tax on non-alcoholic beer

“Drive the economy with excise tax under ESG principle”

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07.
 /Sep.

UK: Heineken takes full ownership of London’s largest brewery

Son of Led Zeppelin’s lead singer sells remaining 51% in Beavertown Brewery

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03.
 /Sep.

Qatar to allow restricted beer sales at FiFa World-Cup

First major soccer event in a Muslim country

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03.
 /Sep.

European Union: Beer production in 2021 up 3%

Still below pre-pandemic level

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02.
 /Sep.

Germany: Drinktec opens its doors on September 12

“The who’s who of the beverage and liquid food industry are in Munich”

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01.
 /Sep.

Canada: “No more than two drinks per week”

New guidelines recommend strict reduction in alcohol consumption

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30.
 /Aug.

Germany: Hop crop 20% below last year

“Forward prices will be higher than in the past”

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27.
 /Aug.

Russia/Turkey: AB Inbev deal with Efes threatened by US sanctions

Turkey accused to bypass Western sanctions

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25.
 /Aug.

Netherlands: Dutch brewers oppose tax increase on non-alcoholic beverages

Additional burden on non-alcoholic beer

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25.
 /Aug.

Germany: “Guardian of the German purity law for beer” deceased

Prof. Siegfried Donhauser dies at the age of 95

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