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SABMiller Shareholders Approve Anheuser-Busch InBev Takeover

SABMiller shareholders backed the brewer’s $100-billion-plus takeover by rival Anheuser-Busch InBev by a large majority on Wednesday, paving the way for one of the biggest corporate mergers in history. 422 more words


Anheuser-Busch InBev Will Keep Its Maiden Name After SABMiller Marriage

Anheuser-Busch InBev said on Wednesday that it would retain its existing name after a planned $100-billion-plus takeover of rival SABMiller.

SABMiller shareholders will vote on Wednesday on whether to accept AB InBev’s 45 pound-per-share offer for the world’s second-largest brewer, as well as an alternative partly composed of AB InBev shares. 107 more words


Here’s How to Sort Through the Milk Aisle’s Plant Explosion

The popularity of soy milk, long the creamer of choice for those unwilling to consume an animal product, has soured in recent years. (For more on this, read… 444 more words


Level Solutions for Yeast Separator Efficiency

Yeast, the microorgan­ism responsible for fermenta­tion, also greatly influences a beer’s flavor and character. In the latter stages of beer production, brewers remove the spent yeast from fer­mented beer through the use of a yeast separator. 637 more words

Guided Wave Radar

The Depressing Reason Bottled Water Is About to Outsell Soda for the First Time

Americans are leaving carbonated beverages behind in favor of bottled water. But their motivations go beyond a general trend away from sugary drinks.

Bottled water sales are set to surpass sales of soda for the first time in the U.S this year, according to Euromonitor data cited by… 253 more words


Mixed Gases 101

The beer brewing industry is a major economic force in America with a very profitable product…


As the craft beer industry grows, it becomes increasingly important to achieve that perfect pour.   120 more words

Nitrogen Generators

Anheuser-Busch InBev Just Sweetened Its Bid for SABMiller

Brewer Anheuser-Busch InBev has sweetened the terms of its $100 billion-plus takeover offer for SABMiller after a fall in sterling since Britain’s vote to leave the European Union and a rise in AB InBev’s shares reduced the attractiveness of the original terms for SABMiller shareholders. 124 more words