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Malaysia: Brewers likely to be negatively affected by latest mandatory control order

Brewers are likely to be negatively affected by the implementation of the latest mandatory control order (MCO), particularly in terms of lower malt liquor market (MLM) volume, the Star Online ...
Publié 23/01/2021 Plus d`info



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Ireland: Ireland running out of keg beer

Ireland is running dry of beer after the big breweries stopped delivering kegs all over the country, the Irish Mirror reported on January 22. It is now almost impossible to buy ...
Publié 23/01/2021 Plus d`info



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Belize: New locally made beer launched in Belize

A new locally made beer, from Belize’s sugar district, will soon be hitting the shelves of retail stores countrywide. The new lager is being brewed in Carmelita, Orange Walk, and ...
Publié 23/01/2021 Plus d`info



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Ukraine: AB InBev Efes bringst wo new lagers under Modelo brand to Ukraine

AB InBev Efes has begun importing two new lagers under the Modelo brand into Ukraine from Mexico, the company's press service told Interfax-Ukraine on January 21. The company said that the ...
Publié 23/01/2021 Plus d`info



Barley news

South Africa: Wine grapes and barley growers in crisis due to alcohol sales ban

The spill-over of the liquor ban to the agriculture sector is going to be serious, but the impact is yet to be determined, according to Agri SA executive director, Christo ...
Publié 21/01/2021 Plus d`info



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South Africa: Heineken to cut 70 jobs and put new investments on hold

The South African arm of Heineken will cut 70 jobs and put new investments on hold in the country due to the significant impact of bans on alcohol sales and ...
Publié 21/01/2021 Plus d`info



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Belgium: Trappist breweries facing shortage of new monks

Belgium’s world famous Trappist beers are under threat from a crippling shortage of new monks to replace its ageing brewing brothers, The Telegraph reported on January 21. The recruitment crisis has ...
Publié 21/01/2021 Plus d`info



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UK: Government under pressure to cut tax on draught beer

The UK government is under pressure to cut tax on draught beer to “help pubs thrive” once COVID-19 restrictions end, Yahoo! Finance reported on January 21. The Campaign for Real Ale ...
Publié 21/01/2021 Plus d`info



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UK: Nothern Ireland pub owners pressured not to sell independently-brewed beer

Some Northern Ireland pub owners have been pressured by large drinks firms not to sell independently-brewed beer, a local brewing company has alleged, the BBC reported on January 21. Independent brewing ...
Publié 21/01/2021 Plus d`info



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USA, OH: More Columbus breweries have opened than closed, despite pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic devastated Ohio's bars and restaurants. Dozens of taverns, pubs and eateries have closed in central Ohio since the virus first reached the state in March, the Columbus ...
Publié 21/01/2021 Plus d`info



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