Mergers & acquisitions: Latest news and analysis articles
The long-accepted truth for Japan's beer market is that domestic consumption is in long-term decline, forcing the country's brewers to look...
The Brazilian beer market may be able to claim Kirin Holdings as a victim in the coming weeks, but the likelihood of Heineken stepping in to...
The general intention of Japan's drinks companies to break out of their domestic market has been a headline of the last six years, at least....
It is an established fact that, desperate for growth outside of their stagnant home market, Japanese companies have frequently had to pay a...
Yesterday, Gruppo Campari announced an agreement to buy Bulldog Gin. Here, just-drinks talks to brand founder Anshuman Vohra about the transaction.
Sapporo Holdings is one of Japan's biggest alcohol and soft drinks producers and the country's oldest brewer. This month, Andy Morton met with its president, Tsutomu Kamijo, to discuss why he'd like to get his hands on Anheuser-Busch InBev's Pilsner Urquell, the state of play in Vietnam and why even BrewDog's founder gets excited about Sapporo's beer.
Bacardi has purchased a minority interest in mezcal producer Ilegal as the brand looks to expand its distribution footprint in the US.
Kirin Holdings is set to acquire a second brewer in Myanmar through a joint-venture with Myanma Economic Holdings, its partner in the Myanmar Brewery division.
Heineken has successfully completed its recently-confirmed discussions with Kirin Holdings, with the European brewer set to acquire Kirin's Brazilian operations for almost half the price the Japanese firm paid in 2011.
Gruppo Campari’s total investment in Bulldog Gin could hit around US$90m, if certain volumes targets are met, sources have said.
Gruppo Campari has agreed to purchase Bulldog Gin in a deal worth US$58.4m, as it moves to strengthen its premium spirits portfolio.
An analyst has said Dr Pepper Snapple Group (DPSG) is not a probable suitor for partner brand Vita Coco, following speculation that the coconut water is considering a sale.
Today is SABMiller's final day. Some time this evening, Brussel's time, the second-biggest brewer in the world will be subsumed into the biggest, creating a beer behemoth of unprecedented proportions.
This may have slipped under the wire at the end of last year, but could a pre-Christmas HR announcement signal Boston Beer Co's preparedness for a sale?
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