Monthly Archives: July 2021

Brewing for the future: Inside Budweiser’s $224 million smart, green brewery in Wenzhou, China

Of AB InBev’s 200+ breweries worldwide, none are quite like the one in Wenzhou, China. Opened in December, the $224 million site combines smart technology and sustainability throughout its 333,333 m2 footprint. By year’s end the Wenzhou brewery will produce nearly two million hectoliters (hl) – about a third of its six million hl capacity – including Budweiser, Harbin, Shuanglu,

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Heineken Suspended Permits To Sell Beer In Pubs And Stores

The government has returned at least 284 files of temporary permits to Heineken, after not fully handing them over for renewal, to the detriment of the same number of establishments in the city. This Friday, the Northern District Government Office held a meeting with representatives of bars, nightclubs and grocery stores, among others, to analyze the permit issue. After the

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Beer Institute Names Danelle Kosmal as Vice President of Research

The Beer Institute—a national trade association representing brewers, beer importers, and beer industry suppliers—announced it named Danelle Kosmal as vice president of research. Kosmal currently leads NielsenIQ’s beverage alcohol practice and brings expertise in the beer industry developed through decades of working in marketing and consumer research. “After years of working with brewers and beer importers of all sizes. I

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