World Beer Industry News

10-Nov-15 Beer industry booming in southern Colorado

Colorado’s craft beer industry is bigger than ever, with most breweries planning for growth in excess of 20 percent in 2015 and 56 percent in 2016, according to the Colorado Brewers Guild.

09-Nov-15 UK craft beer: taking over the world one pint at a time

An explosion in small firms has led to a revival of British beer across the globe. “Progressive beer duty” does not sound like legislation to thrill the heart. But it’s a big part of the reason the average British pint has markedly improved over the past decade. The 2002 regulation, introduced by Gordon Brown, offered tax incentives for breweries making fewer than 3m litres of beer per year. In giving smaller providers a financial leg-up against the commercial giants, the regulation cleared the way for small independent brewers to thrive.

03-Nov-15 25 reasons London is the beer capital of the world

Decline the wine, bin the gin: the capital is now the very best place in the world to be drinking beer, and we've got 25 reasons to prove it.

02-Nov-15 Beer tax goes up

Ontarians could be crying in their more expensive beers.

29-Oct-15 World's first ''beer bakery'' opens its doors in London

The world’s first beer bakery opens its doors Tuesday, serving up an exclusive range of breads specifically baked to complement beer and its natural ingredients.

26-Oct-15 Chasing the craft beer dream

Beyond the tap room, Dave Monks and Jerod Millirons, founders of Iron Monk beer, hope to welcome others into their brewery to help educate people on craft beer.

20-Oct-15 Coopers Brewery managing director has hands full with imported beer portfolio

The managing director of Australia's third-largest beer company, Coopers Brewery, says there might not be room for any extra imported beer brands in his portfolio if any were to spring free in Australia from the proposed global $146 billion merger of Anheuser-Busch InBev and SABMiller.

15-Oct-15 Pumpkin beer proves popular

Brewmasters usher in fall by turning to gourds to create seasonal beverage

14-Oct-15 Denver's Molson Coors would likely benefit from merger of beer giants

Regulators would likely require SABMiller to sell its stake in MillerCoors, its joint venture with Denver-based Molson Coors

07-Oct-15 Morocco axes first beer festival

Brasseries du Maroc, which makes several local beers, was hosting the month-long event.

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