UK: Cobra Beer sales leap, sale progressing

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 3 February 2009

Cobra Beer, which reported a 20% rise in beer volumes for its fiscal first-half, has begun presentations to potential buyers, just-drinks understands.

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Cobra Beer, which reported a 20% rise in beer volumes for its fiscal first-half, has begun presentations to potential buyers, just-drinks understands.

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