Hoegaarden’s non-alcoholic beer is expanding beyond Europe: with pilots in Rochester and Philadelphia in the US currently under way. While Europe has been leading the low and no ABV beer category, Anheuser-Busch believes the US will catch up.
Non-alcoholic beers offer an alternative to traditional alcoholic beers as consumers seek to moderate their alcohol intake. But it isn’t a case of choosing one or the other: Anheuser-Busch sees an increasing number of consumers mix both types into their...
It’s easy to be cynical about the term ‘innovation’ – a buzzword used by marketers in the hope of attracting attention in a crowded marketplace. But here we take a look at some of the products and projects from the beverage world in 2016 that we think...
Yesterday, BeverageDaily.com incorrectly stated that Adolphus A. Busch IV (who resigned last month from the National Rifle Association) had been CEO of Anheuser-Busch prior to that firm's takeover by InBev.
Anheuser boss August Busch is set to receive a windfall when his company is sold to InBev; but InBev has expressed dissatisfaction at its Q2 financial results. Likewise, Dr Pepper Snapple is proud of its progress, despite headwinds affecting the industry.
One in seven beers sold by Anheuser-Busch in the US will have been made with renewable energy come the end of 2009, as part of a environmental shake up of its operations in the country, the brewer says.
In the latest news roundup, Anheuser-Busch will continue to step up
pricing in the US, Coca-Cola is considering Indian expansion,
Nestle take a controlling stake in bottled water group Henniez, and
the number could be up for cannabis...