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Last week, MillerCoors unveiled the biggest brand launch in its five-and-a-half year history: Miller Fortune, a beer designed to take on the spirits market. But, how will this strategy play out, and what else does the brewing JV have in store to rescue its flagging volumes? Here, in the first part of an exclusive two-part interview just-drinks deputy editor James Wilmore tackles the US firm's sales president, Ed McBrien.
Ardagh Group has confirmed plans to close one of its glass bottle production sites in the US, with around 290 jobs set to be lost.
South Korea imported record volumes and value of beer in the first half of the year, according to local reports.
C&C Group has left UK drinks industry watchdog the Portman Group after three-and-a-half years as a paying member.
Goose Island, the Anheuser-Busch InBev-owned US beer brand, will be launched on draught in the UK for the first time after the company signed a deal with Greene King.
Heineken has welcomed Russia's decision to roll back a ban on beer ads around sports events, saying it will use the opportunity to promote responsible drinking.
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