While Asia will boast the highest consumption level for beer in the coming years, Africa is set to provide the strongest drivers for growth, according to recent research. (more…)
On January 4, it became aware of the abolition of two permits for construction of AB InBev Brewery in Kunming, Yunnan Province. (more…)
The volume of Sabeco beer exports in 2015 is estimated at $2 mln, which is 22% more than in 2014. (more…)
Craft beer company B9 Beverages on Tuesday said it has raised $6 million (approx. Rs.37 crore) in Series A funding from Sequoia Capital and other investors for its handcrafted beer brand Bira 91. (more…)
C2 Imports, with headquarters in Denver, CO, announces its new U.S.A. distribution agreement with Carlsberg Vietnam Breweries Limited, a World Beer Championship medalist whose award-winning Huda Beer is brewed in Hue, Vietnam. The brewery is 100 percent owned by multi-national Carlsberg Group, with roots dating to 1847 in Denmark. (more…)
The cult around microbreweries and craft beer is growing. Once you have had this, you will never have that yellow fizzy industrial stuff they call beer, says craft beer evangelist and entrepreneur Greg Koch as he extolls the virtues of crafted beer. The craft beer brewing fraternity from Mumbai and Pune swore to fight for independence from boring ‘industrial beer’ and introduce people to the flavours of real beer made by real people. (more…)
Output set to rise up to 25% as thirst for Vietnam’s beer tipped to rise at home and abroad.
Vietnam, already one of Asia’s largest beer consumers, is seeking to boost its beer output over the next several years to meet an expected rise in demand at home and abroad. (more…)
East End Foods, the creator of Himalayan Monkey, has announced the release of a second authentic Indian bottled beer.
Shimla joins Himalayan Monkey – the craft beer designed to pair with spicy foods, which FoodBev first reported on back in June – in being released for general sale this month. (more…)
The beverage industry contributed VND30 trillion (US$1.3 billion) to the State budget last year, according to the Viet Nam Beer, Alcohol and Beverage Association (VBA).
At a conference held in Ha Noi yesterday, VBA Chairman Nguyen Van Viet said the beverage industry continued to grow over the past five years despite the difficult economic times that have resulted in many other kinds of companies struggling or shutting down. (more…)
2015 proved to be unfavorable for the brewing industry of China. The growth rate not only stopped, but also showed an unprecedented decline over the past 24 years. (more…)