JAPAN/GERMANY: Kirin Holdings signs brewing deal

By Wang Fangqing | 10 August 2010

Japan's Kirin Holdings will have its beer brewed in Germany from this October, but has been forced to adapt its recipe to meet the country's strict brewing rules.

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Japan's Kirin Holdings will have its beer brewed in Germany from this October, but has been forced to adapt its recipe to meet the country's strict brewing rules.

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