just-drinks.com interview: Interbrew's acquisition strategy remains unfinished business

By Chris Brook-Carter | 11 July 2000

Looking for Allied/Seagram merger? Click here! Interbrew UK, formerly Whitbread Beer Company, could be soon joined by Bass Brewers, controlling 33% of the UK beer market. Chris Brook-Carter talks to Stewart Gilliland, Interbrew UK's sales and marketing manager, about the future plans of the world's No2 brewer-in-waiting

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Looking for Allied/Seagram merger? Click here! Interbrew UK, formerly Whitbread Beer Company, could be soon joined by Bass Brewers, controlling 33% of the UK beer market. Chris Brook-Carter talks to Stewart Gilliland, Interbrew UK's sales and marketing manager, about the future plans of the world's No2 brewer-in-waiting

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