Monthly Archives: April 2011
Asahi Breweries Ltd. (2502.TO) said Thursday its net profit surged during the fiscal first quarter ended March 31, as lower advertising outlays canceled out a special loss caused by the March 11 earthquake and tsunami.
The buyback will be carried out in accordance with the procedure of buying back shares, as stipulated by the Board of Directors. All shareholders (owners of ordinary and preference shares) can participate in the procedure, regardless of the number of … Continue reading
China’s Tsingtao Brewery posted a 40 percent increase in first quarter net profit on higher sales, as its distributors stocked up ahead of increases in the prices of it beer products.
The latest four-week and year-to-date craft brewer sales scan data is out from Symphony IRI Group (SIG) today. The top two craft beer “styles,” pale ale and “seasonals,” both showed nice growth of just under 9 percent by dollars in … Continue reading
The International Grains Council (IGC), an intergovernmental organisation concerned with grains trade, revised its global 2011/12 barley production forecast down to 136 million tonnes (previous forecast 137mln t; 2010/11 124 mln t).
United Breweries Q4 result today reported a net profit of Rs 40.09 crore for the quarter ended March 31, 2011.
* MillerCoors CEO Leo Kiely to retire on June 1 * Chief Commercial Officer Tom Long to succeed him * SABMiller shares off 1.5 pct; Molson up 0.4 pct
Beer sales fell by 3.8% in the first quarter of 2011 compared to the same period in 2010, according to the British Beer & Pub Association.
The average Chinese adult drank about a half a bottle of beer in 1961, less than the average resident of Iran. By 1991, consumption topped 27 bottles a year, but still lagged behind 117 other nations, according to the World … Continue reading
Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia Bhd is planning to slightly increase the prices of its beer products in May.