The Union of brewers appealed to Oleg Deripaska, the President of Rusal with a request not to lobby for the prohibition of PET packaging (more…)
While big Chinese brewers have seen sales slip amid a broad market downturn, Belgium-based Anheuser-Busch InBev’s savvy marketing has helped it buck the trend. (more…)
Beleaguered businessman Vijay Mallya’s troubles with lenders do not seem to be limited to India, with the global banking major RBS planning to terminate next month a credit line and all other banking services provided to his European beer venture. (more…)
Carlsberg Vietnam expects to overtake its rivals in the domestic high-end beer segment by officially introducing its premium international brand, Tuborg to Vietnam.
In 2015, the Chinese enterprises produced 64125.9 million litres of alcoholic beverages and 10167.4 million litres of ethanol. (more…)
Folks in Vietnam sure do like a cold one. Since gaining broad popular appreciation in the 1990s, beer sales have soared and the country has become one of the largest per capita consumers in the region. (more…)
Roneli, a joint-stock company of European type Roneli SE and leader in building of turnkey breweries, and Bohemia Beer Pvt. Ltd, joined together to launch the first Czech beer, ‘Bohemian King’ in India. The company aims to become the sixth largest player in the next one year of the Indian beer industry which is approximately pegged at 270 to 280 Million cases. (more…)
Vietnam beverage industry exisited for a long time but has been developing fast over more than a decade now, underpinned by: (more…)
The definition of a ‘standard’ alcoholic drink varies greatly between countries, observe researchers in a study published this week.
The World Health Organization defines a standard drink as 10g of pure ethanol, and both men and women are advised not to exceed two drinks a day. (more…)
The operating results of enterprises alcohol industry: liquor, beer and wine industries were published at the last The Wine Society Annual Conference on April 13, 2015. (more…)