CANADA: Budweiser set to top the tree - report

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 16 April 2004

Budweiser is poised to become the top-selling beer in Canada, elbowing out two long-time national brewing stalwarts, according to press reports.

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Budweiser is poised to become the top-selling beer in Canada, elbowing out two long-time national brewing stalwarts, according to press reports.

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