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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.
UK pub company and brewer Greene King has said there are “clear signs” of an improving UK economy as full-year profits crept up on rising sales and beer volumes.
Greene King has agreed to sell 275 of its “non-core” on-trade outlets in the UK for GBP75.6m (US$127.7m).
Edrington has hailed a strong full-year performance despite a GBP274.8m (US$418.4m) write-down of its Brugal rum brand that pushed profits into the red.
Molson Coors' Sharp's Brewery brand Doom Bar has replaced Greene King IPA as the UK's best-selling cask ale, according to latest figures.
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