Comment - US Distillers Continue to Woo Beer Drinkers

By Chris Mercer | 25 January 2011

Spirits companies have continued to steal beer drinkers in the US over the last year, which has helped to cushion the effects of the country's weak economy.

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Spirits companies have continued to steal beer drinkers in the US over the last year, which has helped to cushion the effects of the country's weak economy.

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