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Migration has increased globally, and with it, beer options have expanded. Pic: ©GettyImages/rez-art

China now drinks more Budweiser than the US

By Beth Newhart

Domestic beer consumption in the US has fallen over the last two decades while China’s interest in American beer has spiked. Budweiser sales finally flipped in China’s favor in the first half of 2018 and the trend is expected to continue.

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AB InBev: Barley is the ‘initial touchpoint’ for sustainability

By Beth Newhart

Barley is not only the starting point for quality beer: it’s also the initial touchpoint for improved sustainability efforts, says AB InBev. As the brewer celebrates 50 years of partnership with barley growers in Idaho Falls in the US, it’s now looking...

Natural ingredients for beer: hops and grains. Pic: Getty/alexraths

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AB InBev CEO: ‘Beer needs to play the natural card more’

By Rachel Arthur

Beer is all about natural ingredients: and that’s something the industry needs to emphasize in order to appeal to today’s consumers, says AB InBev CEO Carlos Brito. And beer also needs to learn from wine and highlight its connections to agriculture and...

Budweiser and Jim Beam collaborate to create new brew

Budweiser and Jim Beam join forces to create new brew

By Rachel Arthur

Budweiser and Jim Beam are embarking on a ‘new friendship and marketing collaboration’, which will include the launch of new collaborative brew, Budweiser Reserve Copper Lager, later this year.

Goose Island's Toronto brewpub

Goose Island on going global: 'Having a real experience with the brewery is important'

Brewpubs help Goose Island engage with new consumers in international markets

By Rachel Arthur

Having enjoyed enormous success in its native US, Goose Island is now expanding rapidly in international markets. Establishing a thriving brewpub in each new country has been key to its growth: allowing consumers to engage with the brand and learn more...

The new brewery in Tanzania will produce regional beer brands such as Castle Lager, Eagle Lager, and Kilimanjaro Lager, AB InBev said.

AB InBev to open $100m brewery in Tanzania

By Mary Ellen Shoup

AB InBev will invest $100m to build a new brewery in Tanzania where the world’s largest brewer grew beer volumes by double digits in Q417 and FY17.

AB InBev: Flavored beer can grab share from other beverage categories

AB InBev: Flavored beer can grab share from other beverage categories

By Rachel Arthur

Mature beer markets face a number of challenges: competition from other alcoholic beverages, declining alcohol consumption, and the reduced importance of traditional beer drinking occasions. But AB InBev believes its evolving portfolio - including flavored...

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