How would you like to enjoy the smooth sensation of freshly tapped beer anytime and anywhere? Now, with Carlsberg’s latest innovation, Carlsberg Smooth Draught, you can – the only difference being the fact that it’s now in a bottle. It … Continue reading
Brewers and distillers in the Aurangabad belt of Maharashtra are expected to slash production, in the wake of the Bench of the high court directing the state government to impose a 60 per cent water cut on them between April … Continue reading
Beer companies may have to adopt a different approach to target further growth in the Malaysian market amid the extremely difficult operating environment surrounding the industry currently.
Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia Bhd (Carlsberg Malaysia) expects a tough year in the financial year ending Dec 31, 2016 (FY16), given the slower economic growth in Malaysia and Singapore compounded by the increase in the excise duty.
In 2015, brewers of Kazakhstan cut the production by 3% to 47.7 mln dal of beer. The dynamics of beer production was very uneven throughout the year. The second quarter of 2015 was a disaster for all Kazakh brewers. And … Continue reading
China. In 2015, Xinjiang Hops Co., Ltd. (part of Carlsberg Group) increased beer production to 325.7 million liters
The beer production increased by 7.19% and reached 325.7 million liters. Company’s beer sales were estimated at 325.1 million liters, that is 6.78% more than in 2014.
Heineken NV reported beer shipments that rose at more than double the rate analysts expected thanks to growth across Asia and Latin America, sending the shares up as much as 4.6 percent.
The Maharashtra government is considering a proposal to stop the supply of water to breweries and distilleries in Aurangabad district due to severe shortage of water, a senior official at the water works department said, on the condition of anonymity.
Carlsberg Vietnam expects to overtake its rivals in the domestic high-end beer segment by officially introducing its premium international brand, Tuborg to Vietnam.
The Chinese beer market is the world’s largest, yet it is experiencing negative volume growth after growing continuously for the past 24 years, according to China Alcoholic Drinks Association (CADA). Industry insiders say domestic beers have to look for new … Continue reading