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Beer-maker Anheuser-Busch wants to sell more pricey beers

Anheuser-Busch InBev plans to continue to expand the market share of regional and national craft brands like Shock Top and Goose Island in the United States this year, while also adding new flavors to other beer options and expand market share in the cider category. 414 more words


Top 20 Anheuser-Busch products...I mean beers

So my last post was about who owns some of the major craft brewers. Anheuser-Busch InBev owned a ton of them and the trend doesn’t stop there. 454 more words

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Joey's Pub, Darjeeling

February 19th, 2015

As stated before, Darjeeling is rather cold at this time of the year. Indoors and outdoors. Now what’s a better suited brew for cold weather than a good porter or a stout? 325 more words


The Top 30 Craft Beers Sold In Brazil

Forbes: When Brazil’s AmBev , a subsidiary of Belgium-based Anheuser-Busch InBev , acquired control of Brazilian craft beer maker Wals earlier this month for an undisclosed sum, the company was setting its sights on a growing segment of the industry that has already generated over $700 million a year in sales and expanded by double-digit percentages each year. 55 more words


Cigar City vs. AB: An Open Letter to Joey Redner

Dear Joey,

In helping run LetsPour.com for three years, I had a lot of opportunity to experience CCBC’s beers and to talk with you and your staff about how to get Cigar City out to all the millions of people who wanted some. 1,019 more words


lmpublications reblogged this on Midwest Beer and Wine and commented:

A GREAT post by "The Pour Fool"! Being from the Midwest, I have only had one opportunity to try Cigar City's product. It was Jai Alai IPA and it was one of the BEST beers I have ever had! I would hate to see AB's beechwood-aged hands get a hold of CCBC. Ugh!

Try To Make It Real, Compared To What?

It was a pleasure to read Christopher Barnes recent post on I Think About Beer where he passionately complains about what writer Matt Taibbi would call the… 552 more words


Anheuser-Busch taps craft industry with Elysian Brewing deal

Anheuser-Busch, the world’s largest beer company, is getting seriously crafty by scooping up another tiny rival, this time buying Washington-based Elysian Brewing Co.

On Friday Anheuser-Busch announced it was buying Seattle-based Elysian, which sold more than 50,000 barrels in 2014 with the Immortal IPA accounting for more than a quarter of the company’s total volume. 308 more words