Carlton & United Breweries has reaffirmed its commitment to Crown Golden Ale, despite the beer’s failure to build on its promising start.
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Carlton & United Breweries will likely approach craft beer differently under the ownership of Anheuser-Busch InBev, if the brewing giant’s overseas track record is anything to go by.
As the dust settles from Stone & Wood’s clash with Thunder Road over ‘Pacific Ale’, CUB has released Wild Yak, its take on the hotly debated genre.
Carlton & United Breweries hopes to consolidate its “best year in over a decade” with the launch of the new Carlton Pale Ale.
Australia’s largest non-gaming pub group, Dixon Hospitality, has converted all its newly acquired venues into a flexible new tap contract with Lion.
Carlton & United Breweries CEO Ari Mervis will end his 27-year stint with SABMiller when AB InBev takes control on October 10.
Carlton Pale Ale, an offshoot of Carlton Draught, will be the next crack at a range extension by one of the major breweries.
There was never going to be any fundamental issue with AB InBev’s takeover of SABMiller in the Australian market, competition lawyer John Kettle reaffirmed as the ACCC gave its blessing to the beer merger.
There will be no obstacles in the Australian market to Anheuser-Busch InBev’s proposed acquisition of SABMiller, Australia’s competition watchdog has confirmed.
An Amber Ale from Melbourne’s long defunct McCracken’s City Brewery is the latest beer to be released by Carlton & United Breweries under its heritage brands program.