This week in beer and cider, featuring Anadolu Efes' latest results, Anheuser-Busch InBev's Shock Top settlement and SABMiller's Malawian site inspection
This week in beer and cider
Anheuser-Busch is moving its CEO of Craft Andy Goeler to a new role as the company shakes up its High End beer unit.
Anadolu Efes has shrunk its full-year losses as soft drinks operations boosted sales amid a weak Turkish beer market.
Anheuser-Busch is to pay US$300,000 to settle a dispute with US regulators over a wholesaler buy-back programme on its Shock Top brand.
SABMiller has restarted production at a Chibuku production site in Malawi after government health inspectors closed it for what the company said were "minor issues".
Scottish brewer Innis & Gunn has continued to up its US focus with the appointment of a former Pernod Ricard employee as a general manager for the country.
Constellation Brands has issued another recall for Corona Extra bottles in the US amid fears they may contain glass particles.
Small Town Brewery's hugely successful Not Your Father's Root Beer is to go on sale outside of the US for the first time.
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