Carlton & United Breweries’ no alcohol brands Carlton Zero and Great Northern Zero are celebrating major milestones in a changing landscape for the no-alcohol category.
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Showing that campaign timing is everything, Victoria Bitter, owned by Carlton and United Breweries, has launched an advert to encourage Australians to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Listed brewer Broo has managed to return its first quarterly profit since listing on the ASX in 2016.
Asahi Beverages has announced that Peter Filipovic will be retiring as CEO of Carlton & United Breweries after nearly 25 years in the business.
Expected job losses following the merger of Asahi Beverages and Carlton & United Breweries have been confirmed, with around 3 per cent of its Australian workforce made redundant.
Revenues are up but losses have increased at Broo as it identifies midstrength beer as a focus and looks to grow nationwide following ALM deal and new CUB order.
Asahi Beverages, owner of Carlton & United Breweries, has announced that it has overhauled its supply chain and is now sourcing barley direct from Australian farmers for the first time in decades.
In its first full-year results since acquiring Carlton and United Breweries last year, Japan’s Asahi Group was bullish, aiming to target growth in Australia in lower alcohol sectors.
Coopers, CUB and Lion are all investing in their international portfolios as overseas beer brands see growth, prompted by COVID-19 drinking habits, after a period of decline.
In the latest tax disclosures from the Australian Tax Office, it was revealed that neither of the country’s two major brewers paid corporate tax last year.