11-Apr-2017 - TSG Consumer Partners, a San-Francisco based strategic equity investor, has acquired approximately 23% of Scottish independent craft brewer BrewDog.
The craft beer industry must resist and fight the imposing threat of large beer corporations who could monopolize the beer market, president and CEO of the Brewers Association (BA), Bob Pease, said at the Craft Brewers Conference in Washington D.C.
PicoBrew has extended its reach further into the home brewing market with Pico Model C, a less expensive version of its original Pico machine with added kombucha brewing capabilities and a gluten-reduced beer option to be launched in late 2017.
UK supermarket giant Tesco has announced its largest ever craft beer range, with products coming from the UK, US, Japan, Sweden and elsewhere around the world.
Partake Brewing has already exceeded its fundraising target on Kickstarter after launching its non-alcoholic craft beer on the site last week.
Bob Hawke, who was Australia’s Prime Minister between 1983 and 1991, has helped launch a lager brand.
Produced by hand using a steam copper, Box Steam Brewery 'transforms the fine malts and the best hops into quality beers', while minimizing the impact on the environment. Philip Downes, Master Brewer, explains how the process works.
US craft brewer Sierra Nevada puts the spotlight on its sustainability initiatives, reporting reductions in carbon dioxide (CO2) and greenhouse gas emissions.
Heineken says it is in ‘constructive conversations’ with Csiki Brewery in Romania following a long-running trademark dispute and has responded to claims the Hungarian Government will ban its red star logo.
The Brewers Association recorded 5,301 operating craft breweries in the US last year, up from 4,548 in 2015, representing a market share of 12.3%. But it says the era of high growth rates for craft beer is 'probably over'.
Johnnie Walker is the world’s most valuable whisk(e)y brand, while Bud Light tops the charts in beer. But 2017 is the year of Baijiu brands, says Brand Finance, with the Chinese drink now accounting for a greater share of brand value than any other spirit type.
AB InBev will secure all of its purchased electricity from renewable sources by 2025, reducing the company’s operational carbon footprint by 30%.