RUSSIA: Sun InBev launches Klinskoye Light beer in 'thermocan'

By Yevgenny Vorotnikov | 17 July 2009

Sun InBev, the second largest brewer in Russia, has launched a large-scale advertising campaign for Klinskoye Light, the extension to its flagship premium beer brand.

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Sun InBev, the second largest brewer in Russia, has launched a large-scale advertising campaign for Klinskoye Light, the extension to its flagship premium beer brand.

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