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

The Brewers of Europe Forum

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...

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...

AB InBev toasts successful FY2017

AB InBev toasts successful FY2017

By Rachel Arthur

AB InBev says its FY2017 performance has been the best of the last three years: with growth of its core global brands, improvements in Brazil, and cost savings from the SABMiller integration.

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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.

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AB InBev: ‘We have the opportunity to play a leading role in the battle against climate change’

AB InBev announces 100% renewable electricity future

By Rachel Arthur

AB InBev will secure all of its purchased electricity from renewable sources by 2025, reducing the company’s operational carbon footprint by 30%.

Although it will likely take decades, AB InBev wants to be the first to bring beer to Mars.

AB InBev to bring beer to Mars

By Mary Ellen Shoup

AB InBev has announced ambitious plans to bring a “microgravity” beer to Mars, a mission that will likely take decades to accomplish.

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AB InBev FY16

AB InBev and SABMiller integration ‘well under way’

By Rachel Arthur

Anheuser-Busch InBev has released its FY16 results: highlighting a challenging environment in Brazil; growth of its global beer brands; and progress on the integration of SABMiller.  

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