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Kirin set to offload Lion Dairy & Drinks

19 Oct 2018

Japan's Kirin Holdings is to sell the dairy and drinks division of Lion, its Australia-based food and beverage subsidiary.

Will Asia's brewers lead beer's next consolidation wave? - Comment

10 May 2016

This month, we welcome a new beer commentator to just-drinks. In his first outing, Stephen Beaumont considers whether Asia's brewers are best placed to feast on the scraps from Anheuser-Busch InBev's table as it devours SABMiller.

Diageo Australia appoints commercial head

20 Nov 2015

Diageo's Australia unit has confirmed the appointment of Simon Tamke to the role of commercial director.

On this day in drinks history - featuring AG Barr, SABMiller and Treasury Wine Estates

10 Aug 2015

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M&A Watch - What's on the M&A cards for San Miguel Brewery?

10 Jul 2014

An undisclosed bidder has apparently offered around US$6bn for San Miguel Corp's majority stake in San Miguel Brewery. The 'elephant in the room' is surely that the bidder in question is Kirin Holdings. Stefan Kirk examines the potential valuation of a potential deal, and the possible add-on consolidation of Mahou San Miguel in Spain.

AUS: Winemakers’ Federation of Australia lines up chief exec switch

1 May 2012

The Winemakers’ Federation of Australia has confirmed details of a change of chief executive.

Comment - Asahi Group To Pay Top Dollar For StarBev?

2 Mar 2012

An Asahi Group move for StarBev looks dubious, even if the reports are true.

JAPAN: Kirin Holdings targets debt reduction in 2012

17 Feb 2012

After several years of pursuing overseas acquisitions, Kirin Holdings' immediate priority is to consolidate its assets and cut debt.

JAPAN: Kirin Holdings targets debt reduction in 2012

17 Feb 2012

After several years of pursuing overseas acquisitions, Kirin Holdings' immediate priority is to consolidate its assets and cut debt.

US: Lion Nathan USA becomes Distinguished Vineyards & Wine Partners

15 Feb 2012

Lion Nathan USA is following its Australian parent company by lining up a name change.

US: Lion Nathan USA becomes Distinguished Vineyards & Wine Partners

15 Feb 2012

Lion Nathan USA is following its Australian parent company by lining up a name change.

GLOBAL: Treasury Wine Estates shakes up EMEA coverage, recruits Bacardi exec

20 Jan 2012

Treasury Wine Estates has lined up a restructure of its Europe, Middle East & Africa (EMEA) division, which will see the region's MD position become redundant.

The Australian Wine Industry - Part I: Export Markets

20 May 2011

To coincide with the London International Wine Fair this month, just-drinks' latest management briefing is for all you wine companies out there, particularly those with Australian leanings. Richard Woodard offers an in-depth look at Australia's wine industry in this four-part briefing for May 2011. Part one considers the export landscape.

The Australian Wine Industry - Part II: Marketing

20 May 2011

To coincide with the London International Wine Fair, this month's management briefing is for all you wine companies out there, particularly those with Australian leanings. Richard Woodard offers an in-depth look at Australia's wine industry in this four-part briefing for May 2011. In part two, Woodard looks at the industry’s use of marketing as times have turned tough.

The Australian Wine Industry - Part IV: Interview - Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation

20 May 2011

To coincide with the London International Wine Fair, this month's management briefing is for all you wine companies out there, particularly those with Australian leanings. Richard Woodard offers an in-depth look at Australia's wine industry in this four-part briefing for May 2011. In this, the final part, Woodard talks to the chief executive of the Australian Wine and Brandy Corporation.

Comment - Soft Drinks & Water - Aussies Rule? Think Again

22 Mar 2011

The recent attempt by Asahi Breweries of Japan to buy P&N Beverages has led Ray Rowlands of Drinksinfo Ltd to delve into the bedrock of the current ownership status of Australia’s beverage industry with some startling results.

Comment - Soft Drinks & Water - Aussies Rule? Think Again

22 Mar 2011

The recent attempt by Asahi Breweries of Japan to buy P&N Beverages has led Ray Rowlands of Drinksinfo Ltd to delve into the bedrock of the current ownership status of Australia’s beverage industry with some startling results.

US: Lion Nathan buys first California wine brand

4 Feb 2011

The US arm of Lion Nathan has acquired California's Sonoma-based MacRostie Winery and Vineyards for an undisclosed sum.

Review of the Year 2010 - Wine

23 Dec 2010

In this, the final part of just-drinks' review of 2010, Olly Wehring takes a look at what made the wine headlines this year.

Comment - Beer - M&A: Time to Play?

30 Nov 2010

M&A activity within the beer sector this year has been limited to just the one big transaction, in Mexico. Larry Nelson believes, however, that 2010 could have served as the calm before the storm, with the next wave of consolidation expected to break soon. Indeed, according to some, that wave could even be a tsunami, the size of which the world's brewers have never seen before.

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