21.
 /Apr.

Russia More Than Doubles Customs Duty on Beer Imports from "Unfriendly" Nations

Significant Decline Expected in Beer Imports from Germany and Lithuania

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20.
 /Apr.

Kazakhstan: Carlsberg Boosts Production Capacity

Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Kazakh Invest Back USD 50 Million Venture

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20.
 /Apr.

Austria: Brewery Grieskirchen Granted Approval for Continued Operation Amid Insolvency Proceedings

Over a Third of Workforce Laid Off, 20% Quota Offered to Creditors for Debt Repayment

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19.
 /Apr.

USA: American Beer Industry Mourns the Loss of Carlos Alvarez

Iconic Leader of The Gambrinus Company and Visionary Behind Corona's Rise in the U.S.

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19.
 /Apr.

Germany: Third Generation Takes the Helm at Schörghuber Group/Paulaner

After 5 Years, Nico Nusmeier Steps Down

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17.
 /Apr.

Germany: BarthHaas Introduces Water-Based Hop Products

To Be Added After Filtration Like Other PHA Products

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17.
 /Apr.

Nigeria: Nigerian Breweries to Close Two of Its Nine Plants

Heineken Subsidiary Reports Largest Loss in Its 77-Year History

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16.
 /Apr.

USA:  Record High - Over 9,600 Active Breweries in 2023

Craft Brewers Produce Less Beer but Gain Market Share

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15.
 /Apr.

Germany: Veltins Brewery Sees Historic Leadership Transition

Susanne Veltins and Michael Huber Step Down After Nearly 30 Years

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12.
 /Apr.

France: Police Investigate Two Nestlé Bottling Sites

Senate Launches Parliamentary Probe into Nestlé's Mineral Water Treatment

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11.
 /Apr.

Germany Eliminates Beer Tax for Hobby Brewers

Government Plans To Raise Yearly Threshold to 500 Liters

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10.
 /Apr.

UK: Molson Coors to Invest Over USD 126 Million in Next Five Years

Enhancements to Brewing Capacity and Packaging Capabilities

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10.
 /Apr.

UK: Larges Pub and Bars Group Struggles to Refinance GBP 2.2 Billion Debt

Stonegate's Debt Burden Threatens Future Operations

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09.
 /Apr.

Singapore: APB’s Archipelago Brewery to Cease Brewing Operations

“Response To The Evolving Craft Beer Market Realities and High Operational Costs"

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09.
 /Apr.

Germany: Drinking Glass Manufacturer Ritzenhoff Saved

Minority Shareholder Tönnies Divides Company into Three Entities

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09.
 /Apr.

Germany: Getir Eyes Takeover of Competitor Flink Amid Financial Struggles

Consolidation in the Grocery Delivery Sector

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08.
 /Apr.

Japan: Kirin Aims to Sell Over Half a Million Hectoliters of New Beer Brand

Harekaze Set to Hit Shelves Next Week

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28.
 /Mar.

Switzerland: Is Carlsberg Reviving Basel's Warteck Brewery?

Rumors Circulate About a New Brewery in Basel After More Than Thirty Years

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25.
 /Mar.

Japan to Implement Stricter Regulations for Japanese Whisky

Crackdown on Misleading Labels; Protecting Tradition, Ensuring Authenticity

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22.
 /Mar.

Germany: Heidelberger Brewery Plans "Succession Agreement"

Weldebräu Becomes New Owner

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