UK: Wells and Young’s extends Kirin deal

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 15 May 2008

UK beer maker Wells and Young's Brewing Company has renewed its licensing deal with Japanese brewer Kirin, securing long-term brewing, sales and marketing rights for the super-premium Japanese lager, Kirin Ichiban.

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UK beer maker Wells and Young's Brewing Company has renewed its licensing deal with Japanese brewer Kirin, securing long-term brewing, sales and marketing rights for the super-premium Japanese lager, Kirin Ichiban.

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