Monthly Archives: July 2016
Owners and workers of bars attached to TASMAC outlets on Monday sought advice from the district administration for revenue augmentation in the wake of restriction of selling duration to 10 hours.
The newly formed Bengaluru Tourism Advisory Committee (BTAC) plans to start a gastropub circuit in the city which brews its own beer, grows its own grapes and makes its own wine.
The landmark verdict was delivered on a challenge made by Foster’s Australia to a May 2008 Authority of Advance Rulings determination deeming the transfer of intangible assets associated with British
The worst floods in China since 1998 and cooler-than-usual weather are eroding sales at the nation’s brewers, deepening a slump caused by the economic slowdown.
You could feel relaxed after getting off work just by enjoying a delicious stir-fried dish and a bottle of Tiger Beer, newly launched in Taiwan by Heineken Asia Pacific, according to a press release issued by the brewery.
Local brewpubs are becoming well-known internationally, but are held back at home by government regulations.
Over the first 5 months of 2016, beer sales on the Thai market grew by 7% to 9.52 mln hl. These data are from Bank of Thailand report. And the sales in May grew by 10.2% against May 2015.
The world’s leading brewers all operate in Vietnam, competing with Vietnamese manufacturers to grab market share.
A 96-year-old director at Thai Beverage has stepped down due to his health, a regulatory filing from the beverage company showed on Friday.
The City Unit of the Communist Party of India has urged the district administration to close down 22 TASMAC shops which are located close to educational institutions, places of worship and highways in and around the city.