Comment - Beer - Our understanding of beer

By Larry Nelson | 18 May 2010

The brewing industry, burdened by centuries of tradition, is a slow-moving beast. Mind you, it's a rare brand owner these days that believes appealing to tradition will motivate consumers to part with their hard-earned cash. Brewers don't sell heritage any more; now it's refreshment, taste and, providing your local advertising standards enforcers are in a generous mood, lifestyle.

just-drinks articles are only available to registered users and members.

Join now for increased access

There are various access options to choose from. All provide instant access to the latest news, insight and expert analysis.

If you’re already a member, login here.

The brewing industry, burdened by centuries of tradition, is a slow-moving beast. Mind you, it's a rare brand owner these days that believes appealing to tradition will motivate consumers to part with their hard-earned cash. Brewers don't sell heritage any more; now it's refreshment, taste and, providing your local advertising standards enforcers are in a generous mood, lifestyle.

  • Unlimited access to all the latest global beverage news and insight
  • Expert analysis that puts the news into context
  • Exclusive interviews with leading industry figures
  • Monthly management briefings with detailed analysis on hot topics
  • Personalised RSS feeds and email newsletters
  • 10-year archive of news, insight and intelligence
  • Discounts on just-drinks market research
  • Plus much more

If you’re already a member, login here

Not what you were looking for?

Search just-drinks:

More articles related to this one

In the Spotlight - Carlsberg counts cost of Q3 surprise
Investors were taken by surprise this week when Carlsberg seemingly rode back on its previous assertion that the brewer did not expect "any material impact" from higher raw material costs.

SINGAPORE: Asia Pacific Breweries FY sales, profits leap
Heineken's joint venture with Fraser & Neave, Asia Pacific Breweries, has reported strong rises in beer sales and profits for its fiscal year.

NEPAL: Carlsberg takes control of Gorkha Brewery
Carlsberg has taken control of Gorkha Brewery in Nepal, the brewer has confirmed.

just-drinks tagline

Not a member? Join here

Decrease font sizeDecrease font sizeDecrease font size Increase font sizeIncrease font sizeIncrease font size Comment on this article Email this to a friend Print this page