Monthly Archives: November 2012
SABMiller Plc (SAB) raised 1 billion euros ($1.3 billion) from its first sale of bonds in the currency in three years as companies from G4S Plc (GFS) to TeliaSonera (TLSN) AB tapped into Europe’s credit-market rally.
FY operating profits flat at GBP16.4m (US$26.3m) Net sales up by 6.8% to GBP113.7m Ale volumes up 2% year-on-year Bottled ale volumes up 18%
Goose Island’s core staff are continuing their exodus with the company set to loose one of its key brewers, according to reports.
There is no doubt that advertising is one of the most important tools that a company can use in order to push sales and to make a name for itself, but I want to look at how advertising has affected … Continue reading
Hygienic design makes process technology safer and more efficient
On November 28 the procedure of compulsory redemption of shares of Baltika Breweries has been completed after which the Carlsberg Group owns 100% of Baltika Breweries.
The introduction of a minimum price for alcohol will unfairly hit responsible drinkers in low-income families, while doing nothing to change the drinking habits of problem drinkers, SABMiller plc, one of the world’s leading brewers, said today (Wednesday 28 November … Continue reading
South Korean beer makers are furious over an Economist magazine article saying their beers are inferior in taste to those of North Korea.
Ministers have unveiled plans for minimum alcohol prices in England and Wales, which could spell the end for cheap high-strength beer and cider as well as a ban on multi-buy offers in supermarkets and off-licences.
In this guest article, Jacob de Lichtenberg, head of Aktiefokus China, gives BeverageDaily.com readers the lowdown on Tsingtao Brewery’s plans to build a brewery in Henan province, where beer production is booming.