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In spite of Canada's noble and long-established brewing heritage, the best-selling beer in the country today is Budweiser. Monica Dobie and Keith Nuttall report on the changing consumer tastes which have seen US beers gain market share, putting increasing pressure on Canada's domestic beer industry.


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