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AB InBev aims to turn around sales of Budweiser and Bud Light in the US through increased marketing initiatives.

AB InBev global beer brands carry Q2 growth

By Mary Ellen Shoup

AB InBev revenue grew by 5% for Q2 2017 driven by continued premiumization of its beer portfolio in international markets outside of the US, the company said.

Newly launched Leffe Enkel has an ABV of 4.5%, fitting within the fast growing 3.5%-4.5% ABV sector

AB InBev: new low-alcohol beer launches

Low ABV beer category can be boosted by highlighting consumer choice

By Rachel ARTHUR

An increasing number of drinkers are keen to moderate their alcohol consumption, and educating consumers about the different styles and strengths of beer now available to them will be a key factor for the success of the lower ABV category, according to...

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Challenging the definition of beer? The growth of NABLAB

By Rachel ARTHUR

The non-alcoholic beer and low-alcohol beer sector (NABLAB) is growing against a background of stagnant beer volumes. Can innovation in this sector disrupt the entire beer industry and challenge the way we think about beer?

While most beer brands declined in Q1 2017, Michelob Ultra recorded its eight-straight quarter of share gains.

AB InBev's core beer brands boost revenues

By Mary Ellen Shoup

AB InBev’s three core global brands, Budweiser, Stella Artois, and Corona, collectively grew by more than 12% for Q1 2017, mainly driven by revenues outside of the US.

Wicked Weed Brewing will join Anheuser-Busch's The High End business unit, which is focused on craft & imported beer

Anheuser-Busch acquires Wicked Weed Brewing

By Mary Ellen Shoup

Marking its 10th craft brewery acquisition, Anheuser-Busch has added Wicked Weed Brewing of Asheville, North Carolina, to The High End portfolio.