Latest beverage news & analysis in North America
On Thursday, two US senators sent a letter to the Department of Justice highlighting their concerns over Anheuser-Busch InBev's proposed pur...
Late last week, Boston Beer Co turned in a disappointing set of first-quarter numbers. Net profits plummeted 49% while sales and volumes in...
This week, Anheuser-Busch InBev bought another US craft brewer, Devils Backbone....
For the multinational spirits companies, the US is a market of vital importance. As well as being the world's largest market for spirits in...
Lucas Bols has seen a lot of changes recently. Earlier this month, just-drinks spoke to CEO Huub van Doorne about the company's IPO earlier this year, as well as the increasingly-crowded US spirits market and how best to target China's new cocktail culture.
Last week, Mast-Jägermeister, the German owner of the Jägermeister herbal liqueur, took control of its US distributor Sidney Frank Importing Co. Part of Mast-Jägermeister's new strategy to control distribution in its core markets, the acquisition was otherwise noteworthy because of the important role Sidney Frank has played in Jägermeister's global rise.With Jägermeister sales in the US under pressure, Mast-Jägermeister is looking to move away from its famous brand's reputation as a party shot and embrace the new craft spirits culture. But, as Mast-Jägermeister executive board member Michael Volke told just-drinks from New York last week, not completely away.
Miller Lite and Coors Light both climbed out of negative volumes declines for the first time in MillerCoors's history as the US beer JV's sales and profits increased.
E&J Gallo has announced the national launch of its Barefoot Refresh Spritzers in cans after trials last September.
eBay has linked up with mobile wine app Drync to expand its US online wine platform.
C&C Group's US cider unit Vermont Hard Cider has released a new extension under its struggling Woodchuck brand.
Almost two-thirds of US states have now banned powdered alcohol, as California moves closer to its own prohibition.
Dr Pepper Snapple Group has added a ready-to-drink coffee and a purified water to its portfolio of partner brands, as it looks to keep apace with consumer trends.
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