JAPAN/US: Kirin Holdings to launch alcohol-free beer in US

By Wang Fangqing | 20 January 2011

Japan's Kirin Holdings is to test US demand for alcohol-free beer by launching its Kirin Free in the country.

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Japan's Kirin Holdings is to test US demand for alcohol-free beer by launching its Kirin Free in the country.

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