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USA, MT: COVID-19 creating some real hardships for barley growers

Like other sectors of agriculture, barley growers have been dealt a major blow this spring because of the coronavirus. Lola Raska is the Montana Grain Growers Association’s Executive Vice President ...
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USA, WA: No-Li Brewhouse planning new production facility in Spokane

No-Li Brewhouse is expanding its presence in Spokane with plans for a new production facility and taproom that could host tours, craft beer tasting, education, and community events, The Spokesman-Review ...
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USA, OR: Max’s Fanno Creek Brew Pub purchased by Cooper Mountain Ale Works

Max’s Fanno Creek Brew Pub in Tigard, OR has been purchased by Cooper Mountain Ale Works who plans to reopen the restaurant soon, newschoolbeer.com reported on June 8. Cooper Mountain Ale ...
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USA, OH: MPH Brewing already open in downtown Montgomery

A new brewery has cropped up in downtown Montgomery over the spring, the Cincinnati CityBeat reported on June 8. MPH Brewing, located at 7880 Remington Road, opened up on May ...
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EU: EU and UK barley exports up 63% in July-April 2019/20

EU + U.K. barley exports in July/April 27 were 6.131 mln tonnes, up 63% from last year, H. M. Gauger GmbH said in their May report. Main destinations were Saudi ...
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World: Suntory Holdings expects the worst is over as bars and restaurants gradually re-open

Suntory Holdings Ltd., the Japanese spirits giant, expects the worst is over as nations ease social distancing measures, allowing bars and restaurants to re-open after months of curbs that hit ...
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Kenya: Tax increase on beer from sorghum, cassava or millet could result in loss of up to 330 thousand jobs

Kenya Treasury’s proposal to increase the tax on beer made from sorghum, cassava or millet will result in the loss of up to 330,000 jobs as demand drops due to ...
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Estonia: Alcohol consumption up 3.2% in 2019

Alcohol consumption in Estonia rose in 2019, as the effects of both a reduction in excise duties and rising income made themselves known, according to recent research. At the same ...
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Japan: Suntory Holdings predicts 20% of bars and restaurants could fail due to coronavirus pandemic

Takeshi Niinami, the head of Japanese drinks and food group Suntory Holdings and a government adviser, predicted on June 5 that more than 20% of bars and restaurants could fail ...
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UK: Barley usage for brewing, malting and distilling in April falls to the lowest in over a decade

UK’s barley usage for the brewing, malting and distilling sector in April has fallen to the lowest figure in over a decade, according to analysis. New figures - the first full ...
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