CANADA: Sleeman extends Sapporo deal

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 17 September 2003

The Canadian brewer Sleeman Breweries announced yesterday that it had expanded its agreement with Japan's Sapporo Breweries, which will see the Canadian produce an additional 75,000 hectoliters of Sapporo product in 2005.

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The Canadian brewer Sleeman Breweries announced yesterday that it had expanded its agreement with Japan's Sapporo Breweries, which will see the Canadian produce an additional 75,000 hectoliters of Sapporo product in 2005.

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