AUS: Foster's, Lion Nathan follow Miller with citrus beer
The Foster's product, Carlton Dry Fusion, is a 4.2% alcohol lager brewed with lime and salt, while Lion's Barefoot Radler is a lemon and lime-infused lager. Both beers are priced at A$13.99 (US$12.50) for a six-pack.
The new products will compete with Miller Chill - beer with a dash of lime and salt, based on the Mexican 'chelada' - which was launched in November by Pacific Beverages, a joint venture between SABMiller and Coca Cola Amatil.
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