Monthly Archives: November 2011
Master brewer at Paul Mueller heads group of investors that bought the bar and restaurant.
Jeroen van Roon, global marketing manager for beer for DSM Food Specialties told BeverageDaily.com that barley brewing enzymes could help brewers cut down on more costly malt-based products, and develop new portfolio innovations.
Heineken N.V. today announced that Nico Nusmeier, Regional President Heineken Central and Eastern Europe, has decided to leave Heineken.
Serengeti Breweries Limited (SBL) is set to inaugurate its state of the art brewery in Moshi tomorrow, as part of the company’s strategy to increase its production capacity. SBL is the second largest beer company in Tanzania, with its own … Continue reading
Paul Mueller Company announced that on November 28, 2011, Springfield Brewing Company, a brewery and restaurant which it has operated since 1997 in Springfield, Missouri, was sold to Front Row Property LLC.
A decade ago, it seemed hard cider had met its match, as fast-charging hard-lemonade brands stole a big slice of the category’s sweet-drinking audience. But now the bite is back, as cider sales rebound thanks to surging interest from a … Continue reading
At opposite ends of the long wooden bar at O’Connell’s Pub, two men work the lunchtime crowd — offering smiles, handshakes and free beer.
Kenya’s East African Breweries is investing in a beer canning line to tap a growing market of consumers who drink at home after the country introduced tough new restrictions on sale of alcohol in bars, its chief executive said.
In 2004, Amy Cartwright delivered 650 kegs of beer to Austin-area bars with her Honda Accord. In the last fiscal year, the craft beer microbrewery she and husband Rob Cartwright founded delivered more than 5,000 kegs.
Global beverage giant Heineken has opened a regional headquarters in Nairobi to help push its brands in the market, setting the stage for a market share war with East Africa Breweries Limited (EABL) and SABMiller.