Comment - Beer - Beer's Future: Good? Bad? Good? Bad?

By Pete Brown | 17 September 2012

Pete Brown is caught in two minds this month. Whilst looking at the global beer landscape he can't decide whether the outlook is either good or bad. That's not because he can't make his mind up; that's because he thinks it is both.

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Pete Brown is caught in two minds this month. Whilst looking at the global beer landscape he can't decide whether the outlook is either good or bad. That's not because he can't make his mind up; that's because he thinks it is both.

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