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Molson Coors to cease production at California brewery

By Rachel Arthur

Molson Coors Beverage Company plans to stop production at its Irwindale, California, brewery by September. It has also entered into an agreement with Pabst Brewing Co, which gives Pabst the option to purchase the facility.

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What's hitting the shelves? Festive special

By Santa Claus

From Sprite Winter Spiced Cranberry to Smirnoff Ice's Cremsiffino gift boxes, we take a look at some of the festive drinks on shelves around the globe.

One complainant reported the poster was displayed outside a primary school. Pic:getty/KNeville

‘Sober as a motherfu’: BrewDog posters banned by watchdog

By Rachel Arthur

An advert for a BrewDog alcohol-free beer - containing the tagline 'Sober as a motherfu' - has been banned by the UK’s advertising watchdog: with the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) saying it was likely to cause 'serious and widespread'...

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AB InBev relies on premium categories to realise Far East ambitions

By Richard Whitehead

Ask AB InBev chief executive Carlos Alves de Brito what was the best thing his company did to boost the world’s biggest alcohol group’s beer dominance, and he will probably tell you that it was to invest in the premium side of the market.

Special Effects (0.4% ABV) debuted in Sweden in December 2018 before rolling out across the UK and Europe. Now, it's hitting the US. Pic: We Are You NY Photography

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Can non-alcoholic beer take off in the US? Brooklyn Brewery is betting on it

By Rachel Arthur

Brooklyn Brewery has just launched its first non-alcoholic beer in the US, called Special Effects, after its resounding success in Europe. While non-alcoholic beer may often be seen as an alternative to traditional beer, Brooklyn CEO Eric Ottaway believes...

Mexico is the world's largest exporter of beer, but craft brewers have yet to catch up. Pic: Cerveza Mexico

Mexican craft beer looks to mimic big-brand success with exports

By Beth Newhart

At the recent Cerveza México 2019 event, it was revealed that the country’s craft beer market is nearly up to 1,400 independent breweries with a 29 million litre output. The industry relies heavily on exports to the US and Europe to keep up with annual...

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