23.
 /Apr.

India/UK: The noose around the neck of former Kingfisher boss is tightening

“High priority to bring back economic fugitives”

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22.
 /Apr.

Russia: AB InBev to sell interests in Russia

The brewing giant is giving in to public pressure

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22.
 /Apr.

USA: Steel Keg Association founded

“Kegs as the ultimate reusable containers”

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21.
 /Apr.

Russia: Pentair leaves the country

“The right thing to do”

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21.
 /Apr.

Brazil: Ambev to spend USD 154 million on new sustainable glass plant

“Important role in helping to meet sustainability goals”

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21.
 /Apr.

USA: CBrands is launching a range of new RTDs and premix cocktails

Corona Hard Seltzer Seltzerita, Svedka Tropics Tea Spritz and Next Round Cocktails hit the market

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20.
 /Apr.

World: Heineken to raise beer prices

“We had a solid start to the year”

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20.
 /Apr.

USA/The Netherlands: Just Eat Takeaway.com considers sale of GrubHub

GrubHub may have been a bad buy

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19.
 /Apr.

Russia/World: "List of Shame" is led by AB InBev

“Our list helps to raise awareness and take action”

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19.
 /Apr.

UK: Guinness goes global with Cold Brew Coffee Beer

“Coffee is natural flavor companion to Guinness”

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15.
 /Apr.

USA: New Belgium-Bell’s merger to cut 30 workers

“In a few cases there was irreconcilable overlap”

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14.
 /Apr.

USA: Beverage industry paid USD 1.4 Billion on aluminum tariffs

“Tariffs on aluminum push up beer prices”

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14.
 /Apr.

Switzerland: Hop trade increasingly restricted by maximum residue levels

“The losses can run into the millions”

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13.
 /Apr.

Europe/Ukraine: AB InBev sells popular Ukrainian beer across Europe

“Support humanitarian relief efforts”

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11.
 /Apr.

Russia/Belgium: AB InBev remains in Russia

“We have requested to suspend the license for Bud”

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08.
 /Apr.

Russia: No hops due to western sanctions

Brewers have to stop production in summer

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07.
 /Apr.

Canada removes excise duty on non-alcoholic beer

“First step to modernize Canada’s alcohol excise duty structure”

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05.
 /Apr.

USA: Number of breweries reaches new all-time high

“2022 will be a critical year for many brewers”

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04.
 /Apr.

USA: Constellation’s founder family drastically reduces voting rights

Is there a connection to Monster Beverage?

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01.
 /Apr.

USA: Door wide open for marijuana legalization

“One of the most important criminal justice reform bills in recent history"

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