Ball has offered to sell more than $1.58bn worth of assets to appease EU antitrust regulators for its $6.69bn acquisition of Rexam.
With craft beers continuing to win over US drinkers, are millennial consumers abandoning traditional wines for trendy beers?
Coopers Brewery has launched a range of home-brew beer extracts under the Thomas Cooper label to tap into the fast-growing global trend for craft beer. The ingredients are already online...
Mexican beers and expansion in the Mexican market have strong potential for growth for Heineken, according to a company executive.
Mighty Squirrel – a US beer brand which boasts 5g of protein per serve - is expanding distribution this month: enthused by the response to its launch in Boston.
Bright Brewer's Yeast introduced four premium yeast varieties at Brau Beviale, which have been developed through selective breeding, ahead of a commercial launch in 2016.
Despite a strike affecting Lufthansa flights, trade visitors from 132 countries made it to Brau Beviale in Nuremberg last week.
The tie-up between AB InBev and SABMiller could have consequences for public health, particularly in emerging markets such as Africa, say scientists writing in the BMJ. In response, AB InBev points...
More Australians shop for liquor at Dan Murphy’s than any other retail chain is a market that is worth A$296m (US$211m) a week, new research has found.
Spending on alcoholic beverages is expected to be robust over the next five years, as consumers’ trade up to more premium options such as craft beers and select wine and spirits, according...
Constellation Brands has announced that it will purchase Ballast Point Brewery for $1bn.
Images of China’s president enjoying a pint of British beer in an Oxfordshire pub alongside Prime Minister David Cameron have sparked a Far East “frenzy” for real ale.
As the Active & Intelligent Packaging Industry Association (AIPIA) heads towards it annual Congress, this year in Jaarbeurs, Utrecht (18-19 November), we ask AIPIA’s managing director Eef de Ferrante what...
Carlsberg plans to cut about 2,000 white-collar jobs worldwide and scale back on beer production at its brewery in Northampton.
AB InBev has formalized a £71bn / $107bn offer for SABMiller, which will see SABMiller’s stake in MillerCoors sold off to address regulatory issues.
Scotch whisky industry representatives and government officials have pledged to boost economic growth, as the industry shows signs of recovery.
Innovations in the beverage world come from both large multinational companies and small start-ups: and this is particularly true in the beer industry thanks to the drive from craft beers....
AB InBev, Avery Dennison, Heineken, Krones, KHS and SABMiller are among some of the names attending the first European conference on direct-to-shape decoration Direct Container Print (DCP 2015) conference in...
Heatflex Corporation industrial heating systems has launched Gambrinus to reduce Total Package Oxygen (TPO) in beer-bottling lines.
Seasonal and holiday packaging has seen a huge growth since 2012, but it is not always worth the investment, according to Grimes Packaging Services based in Florida, US.
Making the leap from small scale brewing to a successful brewing business is often easier said than done: with the technical know-how and right equipment crucial for success, says brewing...
A new device has been created that will allow people to brew their own craft brews at home.
The number of active breweries in the EU has doubled since 2008 – reaching more than 6,500 today – according to figures released by industry association The Brewers of Europe.
The use of cans for craft beer is gathering pace across Europe, with brewers looking to the packaging for differentiation, according to can manufacturer Crown.
When large multinational brewers buy small independent craft brewers, it often prompts an outcry among beer fans. But do consumers really care who owns their favourite beer brands?