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The list of commentators on just-drinks just keeps on growing. Earlier this week, we unveiled Ray Rowlands, who will look at soft drinks & water. Next up, we welcome Pete Brown, a renowned blogger on all things beer whose knowledge of the brewing industry sets him in good stead to cast his eye over the brewing landscape. Pete starts his journey with just-drinks with a marketing moan, though.
Brazil’s economy has been affected by the global financial crisis but Simon Maddrell of Euromonitor International believes the country’s soft drinks sector is in good shape to withstand the downturn, thanks to solid consumer confidence and the swift remedial economic policies adopted by the Government.
SABMiller is focusing on local premium beers in Africa and believes that there is an untapped US$3.7bn of sales across nine of its key markets on the continent.
Coca-Cola India is to re-enter the branded powdered ready-to-drink market through its Fanta brand.
KPS Capital Partners has raised fresh funds to pay dividends and debt at its North American Breweries arm, the owner of Labatt USA.
Labatt USA owner KPS Capital Partners will take advantage of craft beer sales growth in by acquiring Independent Brewers United (IBU), which owns Pyramid, Magic Hat and MacTarnahan's companies.
Pyramid Breweries' Fling Pale Ale
US-based brewer Pabst Brewing Co has appointed the president of ThaiBev subsidiary InterBev USA as its new CEO.
Pyramid Breweries has introduced a “ruby red” seasonal beer to its portfolio, ahead of a further launch in February 2010.
US soft drinks firm Jones Soda has appointed Michael O’Brien as chief financial officer.
Several directors on the Pyramid Breweries board have resigned following confirmation of the firm's takeover by fellow craft brewer Magic Hat earlier this week.
Independent Brewers United, owner of Magic Hat Brewing Company, has completed the takeover of Pyramid Breweries.
Independent Brewers United has extended the deadline for its tender offer to acquire Pyramid Breweries by 48 hours.
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Independent Brewers United has made an offer to acquire all of Pyramid Breweries’ outstanding common stock for US$25.7m.
Pyramid Breweries has fallen into the red in its first quarter as a result of cost increases, in part due to a mediation settlement over an employee break time dispute.
US craft brewer Pyramid Breweries has appointed AFIC EXIM (Canada) Corp. to represent its brands in Western Canada.
Pyramid Breweries and Magic Hat Brewing Company & Performing Arts Center are looking to merge their operations.
Pyramid Breweries has expanded the distribution of its Crystal Wheat Ale to reach grocery store and retail outlets in the Pacific north-west of the US.
The Boston Beer Company has been rated as the largest craft brewing company in the US, according to recent research.
Pyramid Breweries has announced a multi-year sponsorship deal with the Seattle Mariners.
Pyramid Breweries has lowered its full-year net loss, despite a “disappointing” final quarter.
Thomas Kemper Soda Co. has secured a distribution deal in the US.
The vice president of sales at Pyramid Breweries has quit the company.
Pyramid Breweries has reversed its operating profit for the third quarter last year into an operating loss in Q3 2007.
Pyramid Breweries has introduced the first in its ‘Brewer’s Reserve’ limited edition line of speciality beers.
Pyramid Breweries has reversed its first half losses, despite a slight dip in sales.
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