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The Czech Republic & UK: Budejovicky Budvar worrying about Brexit impact

The Budejovicky Budvar brewery in the Czech Republic managed to survive a decades-long trademark battle over whether it could call its beer Budweiser. But now it faces another potential threat: ...
Published 19/03/2019 mehr



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EU: Cereal crops generally in decent condition thanks to mild winter

Cereal crops in the European Union are generally in decent condition after a mild winter but more rain is needed in a dry swathe of southern Europe, the EU's crop ...
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France: Spring barley sowing almost finished

French farmers are on the verge of finishing spring barley sowing after a brisk campaign, farming agency FranceAgriMer said on March 15, illustrating the effects of an exceptionally warm spell ...
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EU: Malting barley prices declined on more plentiful supplies than expected

Since end November 2018 malting barley prices have strongly declined: French and Danish barley by around EUR45,- per tonne, H. M. Gauger GmbH said in their March report. Supplies are ...
Published 17/03/2019 mehr



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Australia: Barley crop forecast at up to 8.5 mln tonnes this year

ABARES adjusted Australia’s’ barley crop figure to 8.31 mln tonnes, of which 4.92 mln tonnes in Western Australia. However, H. M. Gauger GmbH report that Western Australia’s statistics are larger: ...
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Singapore: Heineken seeking growth by launching non-alcoholic Heineken in Singapore

After acquiring its rivals to become Europe’s largest and the world’s second-largest brewery company in recent years, Heineken International is now seeking growth by expanding its sizeable beer portfolio to ...
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Ireland: Guinness remains Ireland’s most valuable brand

Guinness defends its position as Ireland’s most valuable brand, with a brand value of €2.5 billion, an increase of 16% from the previous year, according to the latest report by ...
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World: Carlsberg CEO’s pay unlikely to rise this year

The chief executive officer of Carlsberg A/S, Cees ’t Hart, is unlikely to get a pay rise this year as the board bows to public pressure to curb remuneration, Bloomberg ...
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Luxembourg: AB InBev inaugurates its Brasserie de Luxembourg in Diekirch

Brasserie de Luxembourg was inaugurated on March 15 by AB InBev brewery group (Anheuser-Busch InBev) in Diekirch (north-east Luxembourg), The Brussels Times reported. Some 25 million euros had been injected into ...
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UK: Pending tax reform causing dispute in normally convivial brewing world

Trouble is brewing in the normally convivial world of beer making, with an unseemly fracas developing over pending reform of the tax breaks that have fuelled the huge growth in ...
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