The recent years have been challenging for Chinese brewers because of transiting from stagnation to industry decline. Let us look at the situation historically, in order to understand, when the Chinese beer market first experienced changes. (more…)
Since September 2016, ZIEMANN HOLVRIEKA GmbH, Ludwigsburg, has been operating from three sites in North and South America: Miami (Florida) in the USA, the Columbian capital of Bogota and now also San Diego (California) in the USA. (more…)
Vietnam’s biggest brewer Sabeco has taken a step towards a long-awaited listing on the Ho Chi Minh stock exchange, a government official said on Thursday, some eight years after the company held an initial public offering (IPO). (more…)
The images of Obama eating bun cha and drinking Habeco beer in Hanoi appeared on all local newspapers in May, when Vietnamese attention was drawn to the President’s official visit to Vietnam.
Analysts then predicted that the move by the most powerful man in the world would help Habeco beer sell like hotcakes. But the company has unexpectedly reported decreased revenue in the first six months of the year. (more…)
The Kerala State Beverages Corporation (Bevco) saw a steep increase of around 16 per cent in its liquor sales during the Onam season as compared to last year.
AB InBev’s president for India and South Asia, Pedro Aidar, on making Budweiser a viable business in India, and leveraging the SABMiller merger for growth. (more…)
Last month, 18 people in the Gopalganj district of India’s Bihar state died after consuming illicit alcohol, highlighting – once again – the peculiar relationship between morality and tragedy in India. (more…)
China Resources Beer Holdings Co., maker of the world’s most popular beer, is considering a bid for SABMiller Plc’s central and eastern European assets, valued at about $6 billion, according to people familiar with the matter. (more…)
Kirin Brewery will partner with Brooklyn Brewery to produce and sell the New York-based company’s popular craft beer in Japan and Brazil starting next year. (more…)
South Korean brewers are increasingly shifting their focus to other Asian markets, hoping to cash in on the popularity of Korean culture and make up for stagnant growth at home. (more…)