The week in drinks

The week in drinks

The top ten stories published on just-drinks last week:

Suntory Holdings aims to raise JYN388bn (US$4bn) when it lists its food & soft drinks unit next week.

Carlsberg is to support its lower-abv Tuborg with new packaging for the beer range in the UK.

Beam Inc is to up its focus on new South American markets with its latest appointment.

Pernod Ricard has voiced concerns over Turkey's alcohol crackdown, claiming the country's "heavy-handed" approach will do little to tackle misuse and could have the reverse effect.

Diageo has confirmed a raft of executive changes at its Red Stripe beer division that will see the unit’s HR director leave the company later this year.

The world's biggest brewers have teamed up to launch a campaign in the UK that aims to get drinkers in the country to go back to beer.

Champagne Taittinger has secured 'official Champagne' status for its namesake brand at next year's FIFA World Cup football tournament.

The Coca-Cola Co has confirmed to just-drinks the launch of mid-calorie Coca-Cola Life in Argentina, the latest move in a burgeoning sweetener race with rival PepsiCo.

Asahi Group has teamed up with Indofood CBP Sukses Makmur to buy Indonesia's PepsiCo bottler for US$30m.

Brown-Forman is to spend US$35m expanding its Woodford Reserve distillery to meet increasing global demand for Bourbon.