Blog: Andy MortonAll AB InBev wants for Christmas is more craft beer buys

Andy Morton | 23 December 2015

As Anheuser-Busch InBev picks up yet another craft brewer ahead of the festive season, you have to wonder about the company's seemingly scattergun acquisitions strategy.

Did the management team get one of those 'Beers of the World' boxes at the office Christmas party?

“Wow, this one tastes GOOD. Let's buy it!”

If the company now starts buying mulled wine and egg nog producers, you'll know I'm right.


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