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USA, ND: Drumconrath Brewing Co. ready to turn up volume in Fargo

Drumconrath Brewing Co. is ready to turn up the volume, INFORUM reported on July 10. “We’re going to be loud and proud,” owner Sam Corr said Tuesday, July 9. Drumconrath, which got ...
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USA, VA: Mad Fox Brewing Company closing down

As its nine-year anniversary celebration nears, Mad Fox Brewing Company plans to close in Falls Church in less than two weeks, the Tysons Reporter said. On July 9, the brewpub’s Facebook ...
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USA, MI: Livonia city council approves site plan for new brewery

Livonia's newest brewery took a major step toward becoming a reality on July 8, Hometownlife.com reported. The city council approved the site plan for the brewery pitched for 27719 Seven Mile ...
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New Zealand & India: DB Breweries acquires licensing rights for India’s Kingfisher beer

Auckland brewing company DB Breweries has acquired the licensing rights for Kingfisher beer from Bangalore-based United Breweries for an undisclosed sum, the New Zealand Herald reported on July 8. From 2020, ...
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Australia: GrainCorp’s last and final pitch for malt business getting some traction

GrainCorp bankers' last and final pitch for the company's malt business is getting some traction, The Australian Financial Review reported on July 8. According to local media, a bunch of private ...
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Slovakia: Beer consumption highest since 2012

The consumption of alcohol in Slovakia rose to the highest level since 2015 last year. It was also higher than the European average, according to the statistics of the World ...
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Rwanda: Government to reduce tax on alcohol brewed from local raw materials

Rwanda’s government has moved to reduce consumption tax on alcoholic drinks brewed from locally sourced raw materials, The New Times reported on July 8. In a draft law presented in Parliament ...
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Kenya: East African Breweries Limited announces price increases

Beer-lovers will from July 15 be forced to dig deeper into their pockets after East African Breweries Limited (EABL) increased the prices of a range of their alcoholic products, the ...
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Japan: Two of Japan’s four major brewers report sales growth in January-June

Two of the four major Japanese brewers enjoyed sales growth for beer and beer-like products in January-June, backed by strong sales of third-segment beverages, the companies' data have shown. Sales increased ...
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UK: UK’s Trappist brewers struggling with demand

The only monks in the UK to brew an officially recognised Trappist beer say they are unable to satisfy demand, BBC reported on July 7. The brewery at Mount Saint Bernard ...
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