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.
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