Anheuser-Busch has introduced some changes to its sales team in the UK.

Anheuser-Busch confirmed on Friday (9 February) that Alistair Kemp has been promoted to sales director for the UK. He replaces Andrew Nethercott, who has chosen to leave the company to move closer to family.

Having joined A-B last year, Kemp moves from director of sales - off-premise retail to assume the position. Prior to joining A-B, he was at Coors Brewers where he held a number of sales roles in both the on- and off-premise.

John Bradbury, meanwhile, moves from director of sales - field to replace Kemp, with Steve Hodson moving from the cash-and-carry sector to replace Bradbury.

"These individuals will play an intricate part in the success of Anheuser-Busch in the UK," said David Dryden, A-B Europe's managing director for the UK and Ireland.

"All of them bring tremendous value to their new roles and their leadership will position the company well for the future."