Larry Nelson has been looking at the global brewers' numbers this month, and mulling what their report cards say about the state of internat...
The struggles go on for Carlsberg who, in its half-year results yesterday, indicated that things in Russia – where it is market leader – loo...
Being a brewer in Russia continues to be a struggle, and that's putting it mildly. Carlsberg and Heineken both revealed today that their fir...
Carlsberg is “considering” closing some of its breweries in Russia as the country's beer market continues to falter, the group's CEO has rev...
Last week, we ran the first part of an interview with Sierra Nevada Brewing Co founder Ken Grossman. Here, in part two, the Californian craft brewing icon discusses big brewers' attempts to capitalise on the segment's success and how craft consumers are reacting to cans.
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.
Constellation Brands has widened its US recall of Corona Extra bottles that may contain fragments of glass.
The top ten stories published on just-drinks this week:
The new CEO of Paulaner HP USA has claimed that fruit beers are losing their stigma among “traditional” male consumers in the country's on-trade.
Molson Coors has agreed a “multi-year” deal with Heineken to handle five more of the Dutch brewer's brands in Canada.
Anheuser-Busch InBev has said it is yet to be served with a US$5m lawsuit that reportedly accuses the firm of failing to pay its truck drivers for overtime and not allowing them to take rest breaks.
Here's what happened on just-drinks last week, featuring a brouhaha over beer ingredients, Scotch and the independence question, and our global gin report.
Earlier this week, I suggested the rush by companies to voice their concern over corruption allegations around the Qatar FIFA World Cup bid was partly the result of fear of the reaction on social media.
Anheuser-Busch InBev Germany Holding GmbH in Alcoholic Drink
Anheuser-Busch InBev Germany’s strategic direction is mainly in line with the international parent company and the company does not have a lot of room for self-governance. Partial autonomy is granted,...
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