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UK: BrewDog founder admits buying Heineken shares despite publicly slating the Dutch giant

BrewDog co-founder James Watt has admitted he ploughed £500,000 into rivals Heineken - despite publicly slating the Dutch giant, The Scottish Sun reported on January 25. The self-styled punk boss fostered ...
Published 26/01/2022 More



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Japan & Myanmar: Kirin says Myanmar subsidiary wins dismissal in court to block liquidation by its military-linked partner

Japanese beverage maker Kirin Holdings said on January 26 its subsidiary in Myanmar won a dismissal in court to block liquidation by its military-linked partner, Reuters reported. Myanmar Economic Holdings Public ...
Published 26/01/2022 More



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Australia: Coca-Cola Europacific Partners selling its stake in Australian Beer Co business to Casella Family Brands

Soft drinks giant Coca-Cola Europacific Partners is quitting an Australian beer joint venture after eight years, selling its stake in the Australian Beer Co business to long-time partner Casella Family ...
Published 25/01/2022 More



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Ethiopia: Diageo agrees to sell Meta Abo Brewery to BGI - report

Diageo has entered into an agreement for the sale of Meta Abo Brewery, its brewery in Sebeta, Ethiopia, to BGI, part of Castel Group, the Seeking Alpha reported on January ...
Published 24/01/2022 More



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Ireland: Popularity of non-alcoholic beer set to continue in 2022

Non-alcoholic beer has become increasingly popular in Ireland in recent years, and this trend is set to continue in 2022, according to Drinks Ireland|Beer, which represents Irish beer makers. The array ...
Published 24/01/2022 More



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South Korea: Beer import hits five-year low in 2021

Imports of beer to Korea hit a five-year low in 2021 in the wake of a nationwide boycott of Japanese products, data showed on January 24, The Korea Times reported. The ...
Published 24/01/2022 More



Wisky news

UK: Distillers urge Chancellor to rethink alcohol tax plans

Alcohol tax reforms that favour lower strength drinks break a Conservative election pledge to help the Scotch whisky industry, nearly 30 distilleries have warned Rishi Sunak, iNews reported on January ...
Published 24/01/2022 More



Barley news

EU: Winter crop in most parts of Europe benefit from warmer temperatures and increased rain

Warmer temperatures and increased rain has benefited winter crops in most parts of Europe, though a lack of hardiness due to mild conditions could leave some grain crops exposed to ...
Published 24/01/2022 More



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USA, ME: Olive Pit Brewing Co. opens its doors in Lisbon Falls

Olive Pit Brewing Co., a rare woman-owned brewery, opened its doors Friday, January 21 at 16 Main St. in Lisbon Falls, The Portland Press Herald reported. The brewery takes over a ...
Published 24/01/2022 More



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Canada, NS: Nova Scotia's craft brewers say unfair regulations stifle their businesses

Almost 25 years after he entered Nova Scotia's craft brewing industry, Brian Titus says he's still fighting many of the same battles with the provincial government, CBC reported on January ...
Published 24/01/2022 More



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