Belgian brewing giant Anheuser-Busch InBev, which owns Australia’s largest brewer Carlton & United Breweries, is poised to list its Asia Pacific business on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange as it attempts to offset debts from years of expensive acquisitions.
Global super-brewer AB InBev has acknowledged the continued growth of the Australian premium mid-strength market by launching a lower ABV version of its market-leading Corona.
Lion has reported a fall in sales and earnings due to the conclusion of its AB InBev beer distribution agreement, but there were some positives for the brewer to take from 2017, including the continued growth of Furphy.
Two of Australia’s largest brewers did not pay corporate tax in 2015-16, an Australian Tax Office report says.
The sale of Pirate Life to AB InBev is “Australia’s Wicked Weed moment”, says Stone & Wood co-founder Jamie Cook.
In a special ‘Breaking News’ edition of Radio Brews News we managed to steal a quick 10 minutes with Pirate Life’s Michael Cameron and AB InBev’s Peter Filipovic just after the announcement to talk a little about Pirate Life’s sale to AB InBev.
The Independent Brewers Association has issued a brief statement on the sale of Pirate Life to AB InBev…
AB InBev has today announced its purchase of Pirate Life Brewing, in the third major craft beer acquisition of 2017.
Carlton United Breweries (CUB), in partnership with CUB’s global company, AB InBev, today announced they will be bringing the first ever Hack the World event to Melbourne.
Following 4 Pines sale to ABI and having already recorded, we managed to have a chat with Jaron Mitchell from 4 Pines and Peter Filipovic from CUB today.