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Grimbergen, known for its delicious and refreshing Belgian-style beers, opens the doors to the future of Belgian beer as it unveils its innovative new brewery inside the famous Grimbergen Abbey near Brussels, Belgium. The state-of-the-art Grimbergen Abbey Brewery will bring brewing back to where it all

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It’s been a year of hardships for the beer industry in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. And yet, according to Beverage Industry Magazine, e-commerce is driving triple-digit growth in alcohol sales. In the U.S. alone, as the pandemic began wreaking havoc, the total e-commerce penetration

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Top executives of Carlsberg, SABMiller and India’s United Breweries (UB) exchanged commercially sensitive information and colluded to fix beer prices in India over 11 years, according to a government antitrust investigation report seen by Reuters. The Competition Commission of India (CCI) in 2018 raided the offices

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AIBA, which represents 83 manufacturing breweries including United Breweries, Carlsberg, Bira, and Molson & Coors, has proposed creating special licenses for private e-commerce and food delivery companies. The national association of beer companies has approached chief ministers of eight states this weekend seeking partial resumption of

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In the month of January 2020, the British Beer & Pub Association (BBPA) estimated 4.2 million UK consumers trying to stick to a “dry January” pledge, while for many other consumers, abstaining from booze is already a lifestyle choice. Quick to spot the opportunity, beer brands

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Barry Summers Marketing Manager, Petainer Sustainability is a hot topic at the moment, with businesses of all types and in every corner of the globe striving to improve their practices and attempt to make up for some of the damage caused. The beer industry may be one of

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CHATTY GIRIJA The Beer Versatilist There was a time in life when I quit advertising to pursue my higher interest in beer, beyond indulging in the holy hops. What struck me the most was the emphasis and seriousness of alcohol companies towards propagating responsible drinking, betterment of

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John Eapen Founder & Blogger, Tales of Froth India’s tryst with Beer began centuries ago, as far back as 1500 BC. The composition was fermented barley and rice based beverages flavored with local fruits and spices. These beverages exist till today in select regions of the country.

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