Blog: Which US beer brands have suffered most since 2006?

James Wilmore | 4 December 2012

Can the pressure Big Beer is under in the US be proved with hard stats? Apparently so.

The folks at website 24/7 Wall Street have crunched some numbers to come up with a list of brands that have suffered over the past five years. It comes under the rather hyperbolic headline 'Nine Beers Americans No Longer Drink'. But you get the idea. 

Click here for the link. 

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