Monthly Archives: Январь 2011
A stronger than expected UK GDP print for the third quarter has caught the market off guard and suggests that the recovery is more robust than expected.
During the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Jean-Fran?ois van Boxmeer, Chairman of the Executive Board and CEO of Heineken NV, joined United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and CEOs of other leading international companies for the launch of Global Compact … Continue reading
With 2011 sizing up to be a thrilling year for beer, the drinks business picked the brains of several leading on-trade operators and industry observers and, like a FIFA executive prodding a German octopus, asked them for their predictions.
St Austell Brewery, Cornwall’s biggest brewer, has announced it is to launch two new cask ales in 2011.
U.S. drug store chain Walgreen Co. is expanding its alcohol sales with its own beer called Big Flats 1901, the company said.
Sharp’s Brewery has cemented its position as one of the fastest-rising players in the British craft brewing sector after reporting impressive growth figures.
Sales of German beer have dropped below 100m hectolitres for the first time in at least a decade as domestic demand fell for the fourth consecutive year in 2010.
Based on predictions by the Czech Beer and Malt Association, the Czech beer industry showed a large decline in beer exports in 2010. One exception was Velkopopovick? Kozel, which in 2010 reported a 28.6% increase in exports.
London Pride brewer Fuller, Smith & Turner has reported improved demand for its beer over the last four months.