beer in Russia
The bottling of non-alcoholic beer under the Austrian brand was launched at Heineken’s breweries in St. Petersburg and Nizhniy Novgorod in April under a license agreement with the copyright holder — Brau Union Osterreich Aktiengesellschaft (Heineken’s subsidiary).
Heineken opened its own summer beer pub in Bolshaya Dmitrovka Street in Moscow, Vedomosti reports, citing the company’s representative. In his words, such a step has been taken due to existing restrictions on beer advertising.
In 1Q of 2016, the enterprises of the RF cut vodka and champagne production, but expanded cognac, beer and cigarettes
Starting from 2007, the Russian beer market has been demonstrating an annual decline, and 2015 was not an exception. The negative macroeconomic situation in the country had a strong impact on the market in the past year, affecting the increase … Continue reading
According to Baltika, over the first quarter of 2016, the company has enjoyed the leadership. In the sliding market the volume share of Baltika increased by 1.7% in the first quarter of 2016 against the fourth quarter of 2015 and … Continue reading
Carlsberg A/S, the maker of Tuborg beer, reported first-quarter sales that disappointed investors as it offered a gloomier outlook for eastern Europe and Asia.
Against the reduction of the company’s own sales that has already become regular, the international giants will fight for the youth audience, where craft beer is gaining popularity, the Kommersant newspaper writes.
The Union of brewers appealed to Oleg Deripaska, the President of Rusal with a request not to lobby for the prohibition of PET packaging
Bearded hipsters and bespectacled 20-somethings sip pale ales and dark stouts at Garden Beer, one of Moscow’s new craft beer bars serving «made in Russia» brews to an increasingly discerning clientele.
Vadim Solovyev, the state Duma Deputy and chief lawyer of the CPRF, proposed to prohibit to use a five-pointed red star by foreign companies for their trademarks and logos. The corresponding appeal to the Prime Minister of Russia Dmitry Medvedev … Continue reading