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Boycotts, taxes may trip up brewers in China - analyst

29 Jun 2020

Brewers in China could face new taxes on premium beer as well as Government-backed boycotts of international brands, an analyst has warned.

Marston's takes H1 US$50m coronavirus hit ahead of Carlsberg JV - results

26 Jun 2020

UK brewer & pub owner Marston's, which last month signed a brewing joint-venture in the country with Carlsberg, has seen COVID-19 wipe about GBP40m (US$50m) off its half-year sales.

UK on-premise reopening a "first step" - Trade associations

23 Jun 2020

The UK alcohol industry has given a cautious welcome to the Government's decision to allow the on-premise channel in England to reopen on 4 July.

UK beer industry demands pub reopening date

18 Jun 2020

UK brewers, including Guinness producer Diageo, have called on the country's Government to settle on a definitive reopening date for the on-premise or risk the loss of thousands of jobs.

Why everyone's crying out for a beer, why spirits is causing sleepless nights and why COVID could kill off conferences - The just-drinks Analyst

16 Jun 2020

Ian Shackleton may no longer be an investment analyst by profession, but it's the only way he can look at the drinks industry. This month, he returns to just-drinks with thoughts of yesterbeer, some cautionary words for spirits and a telling-off for conference organisers.

What the beer category will look like, 12 months from now - comment

28 May 2020

Everyone is asking what the world will be like post-COVID. Beer commentator Stephen Beaumont is no exception but, rather than look forward in weeks or months, Stephen takes a punt at what the brewing industry can expect to see in May 2021.

Corporate Social Responsibility activations around the world - The IARD Digest - May 2020

27 May 2020

Once a month, the drinks industry-funded International Alliance for Responsible Drinking, which covers alcohol policies worldwide, reviews some of the alcohol industry's recent CSR activities. Here's a look at what's been going on in recent weeks.

Carlsberg's Marston's JV a boost for both sides - analysis

26 May 2020

Beverage industry analysts have welcomed Carlsberg's UK joint venture with pub owner and brewer Marston's, calling the move both financially and strategically attractive.

Molson Coors Beverage Co furloughs North America, Europe staff

26 May 2020

Molson Coors Beverage Co has furloughed staff as the economic impact of the coronavirus reaches global brewers.

Carlsberg consolidates UK operations with Marston's

22 May 2020

Carlsberg and Marston's have agreed to combine their UK brewing operations in a joint venture, with the global brewer holding majority control of Carlsberg Marston's Brewing Co.

Corporate Social Responsibility activations around the world - The IARD Digest - April 2020 - CORONAVIRUS SPECIAL

11 May 2020

Once a month, the drinks industry-funded International Alliance for Responsible Drinking, which covers alcohol policies worldwide, reviews some of the alcohol industry's recent CSR activities. Here, a little later than planned, is a look at what's been going on in recent weeks.

Carlsberg Q1 2020 - Sales down 7.4%, Eastern Europe posts increase - results data - comment

30 Apr 2020

Carlsberg has reported a larger Q1 volumes slide than rival Heineken, but the brewer's Eastern Europe region posted a sales lift from the coronavirus-dominated three-month period.

Carlsberg Q1 2020 - preview

29 Apr 2020

On Thursday, Carlsberg will report its results from the first three months of 2020. The company is going up against sales in the corresponding period a year ago of DKK12.7bn (US$1.91bn). Here's a look at the news that will likely shape the firm's performance in the first quarter.

Why the CO2 conundrum puts craft brewers in the firing line - analysis

22 Apr 2020

The beer and carbonated soft drinks categories are at high risk of production grinding to a halt, due to supply chain consequences arising from the knock-on impacts of COVID-19.

Carlsberg names incoming corporate affairs VP

22 Apr 2020

Carlsberg has appointed Christian Wulff Søndergaard as its next corporate affairs head.

Why stock markets are strong while companies are weak, how best to keep investors informed and why Q1 doesn't matter so much - The just-drinks analyst

21 Apr 2020

None of us - not even just-drinks' in-house analyst, Ian Shackleton - has seen anything like this. The coronavirus pandemic has thrown us all into panic. As the need for calm heads grows, allow Ian to talk you down.

Grim reading ahead as Q1 results lift coronavirus veil - comment

20 Apr 2020

Over the next few weeks, the drinks industry will see the release of some of the most anticipated - and, not in a good way - quarterly results in its history.

Heineken makes "no layoffs" guarantee as coronavirus impacts demand

8 Apr 2020

Heineken has pledged to retain all of its employees until at least the end of this year despite an expected economic hit from the coronavirus.

Carlsberg sends Danish birthday beer home, thanks to COVID-19

2 Apr 2020

Carlsberg has tweaked the release of a limited pack for its namesake lager in Denmark, giving consumers in the country the opportunity to toast the Queen's upcoming birthday in the comfort of their own homes.

Asahi readies Birell redesign in Czech, Slovakia

1 Apr 2020

Asahi has lined up a packaging update for its non-alcoholic beer brand, Birell, in two European markets.

Corporate Social Responsibility activations around the world - The IARD Digest - March 2020 - CORONAVIRUS SPECIAL

25 Mar 2020

Once a month, the drinks industry-funded International Alliance for Responsible Drinking, which covers alcohol policies worldwide, reviews some of the alcohol industry's recent CSR activities. This month, we look at companies' efforts to help curb the spread of the coronavirus COVID-19.

The Coca-Cola Co "respects" Olympic Games delay

24 Mar 2020

The Coca-Cola Co has supported today's decision to postpone the Tokyo Olympic Games to next year.

Carlsberg CEO pay dips in 2019 to US$7.2m

18 Mar 2020

Carlsberg CEO Cees 't Hart's total pay dropped last year despite an increase in fixed salary.

What the stock market free-fall means for the drinks industry today and tomorrow, and PepsiCo's hopes to become a rock star - The just-drinks Analyst

17 Mar 2020

As stock markets go into meltdown, our in-house analyst, Ian Shackleton, is here to walk us through the madness. This month, Ian looks at what the coronavirus effect will be for listed drinks companies, as well as considering the longer-term fall-out. He also turns his attention to PepsiCo's recent acquisition in the energy drinks area.

China brewers face Q1 slump despite on-premise recovery - analyst

16 Mar 2020

First-quarter sales for China's leading brewers are expected to fall by about one-third as the country's on-premise slowly reopens, an analyst has said.

Heineken Performance Trends 2015-2019 - results data

12 Mar 2020

In mid-February, Heineken reported a 5.6% rise in sales from the 12 months of 2019. Here, just-drinks picks through the brewer's performance over the past five years for the trends that are set to affect the future for the company, specifically, and for the global beer category, more broadly.

UK alcohol duties frozen in pub-friendly Budget - reaction

11 Mar 2020

The UK Government has frozen alcohol duties for one year in a Budget designed to spur growth for drinks companies and pubs.

Carlsberg Performance Trends 2015-2019 - results data

5 Mar 2020

In early-February, Carlsberg reported a 3.2% rise in its sales from 2019. Here, just-drinks picks through the brewer's performance over the past five years for the trends set to affect the company, specifically, and the global beer category, more broadly.

Corporate Social Responsibility activations around the world - The IARD Digest - February 2020

25 Feb 2020

Once a month, the drinks industry-funded International Alliance for Responsible Drinking, which covers alcohol policies worldwide, reviews some of the alcohol industry's recent CSR activities. Here's a look at what's been going on in recent weeks.

How will the coronavirus impact the beverage industry? - focus

7 Feb 2020

In 2003, I was living in Taipei at the height of the SARS panic. The city was a sea of facemasks and hand sanitiser. Taipei's crowded public transport suddenly became even less appealing. At a time when everyone had a SARS story to tell, I spoke to one doctor whose hospital was quarantined without warning, trapping staff, patients and even people who had dropped by to visit relatives.

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