Monthly Archives: September 2011
Andrew Highcock is the new president of Ursus Breweries, replacing Gary Whitlie who has decided to retire after spending 27 years with SABMiller PLC.
SABMiller is looking to bolster the effectiveness and coordination of its global marketing activity with the appointment of WPP veteran Jim Taylor to lead integration.
Cervecer?a Hondure?a continues to make significant investments to modernize and strengthen its operations, reaffirming its confidence in the present and future of the country.
Australia’s competition watchdog has given the go-ahead to SABMiller’s (SAB.L) $10 billion friendly acquisition of brewer Foster’s Group (FGL.AX) as expected, saying the bid would not lessen competition.
Diageo Korea is turning its eyes to the beer market to cope with consumers’ changing tastes, the chief executive of the Korean unit of the global beverage maker said Sunday.
Kirin Brewery Co. resumed beer production Monday in Sendai after repairing a plant there that was damaged by the March earthquake and tsunami.
Heineken USA today announced the appointment of two new senior leaders. Nick Lake was appointed as the company’s new senior director, category management, effective October 11. Lake will report to Steve Ward, vice president of national accounts.
Bankers say a tie-up could see disposals to get around antitrust issues in the US, SABMiller’s 58% stake in US brewer Miller would have to go
With 15% share of British beer market, cask ale is shaking off flat-cap image to become ‘cool drink’ for younger consumers
Fans of craft beer will have a new option here in the Valley when The Phoenix Ale Brewery opens its doors to the public this week.