Anheuser Busch

Nashua Anheuser-Busch jobs safe for at least 5 years

Jobs at local Bud plant safe for at least 5 years By ASHLEY SMITH Staff Writer Squashing any rumors of brewery closures in the immediate future, Anheuser-Busch has signed an agreement to keep all 12 U.S. breweries open for the next five years. That includes the nation’s smallest brewery in Merrimack, home to the famous […]

Schlafly plans expansion in St. Louis

There’s always a rainbow after a storm.  Here’s one for the folks in St. Louis. Sean 2Beerguys.com Maker of Schlafly beer sees opportunity in InBev takeover By Jeremiah McWilliams ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH Walking through the Schlafly Bottleworks brewery a few weeks ago, Dan Kopman found himself half-apologizing for what looked like controlled chaos. Hoses snaked […]

Time to worry about the big guys?

Should we be worried that American owned macros are a dying breed? I’m not worried yet. With the local craft brewery down the street, I’ll take a fresh draft. Sean 2Beerguys.com Drink Craft Beer, You’ve Earned It!! The Biggest of a Dying Breed washingtonpost.com By Greg Kitsock One year shy of 180, D.G. Yuengling and […]

Five Dollar Trinket law – Battle Brewing

Hello fellow beer friends, I am not a lawyer or have any legal background, but I continually find myself intrigued by laws involving the beer market. In case you forgot, we followed the “Free the Hops Movement” , 75th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition, along with the “Battle in Denver over right to sell […]

How was Inbev able to purchase AB?

After browsing around a couple of articles on www.examiner.com, I stumbled upon a recent article written by beer guru Charlie Papazian. This thought had not come across my mind before, but it makes sense that the Anti-Monopoly laws in the US have been a important factor in the ever expanding craft beer market. Obviously, local […]

Anheuser-Busch settles for 52 Billion in InBev deal

The rumor is no longer a rumor and almost a done deal.  Personal, when I shared this rumor within the last few months, I thought that it would stay just that — a rumor.  I do not have any personal interest in this deal, but I’ve had a weird feeling in my stomach about this deal.   As […]

Here’s an interesting article that discussed how the impact of the Budweizer – Inbev merger might have an effect on the market. Sean 2Beerguys.com Drink Craft Beer, You’ve Earned It!!! War Is Brewing: Are Budweiser’s Sports Sponsorships in Jeopardy? by L. J. Burgess Belgian beer-brewer InBev and Brazilian beverage-subsidiary AmBev are prepping a $46 billion […]

InBev to jump InBed with A/B?

A report released today from the Associated Press in London indicates that European brewing giant InBev may be working on a $46 billion dollar bid for Anheuser-Busch. Following suit, this would mark the third and final of the big three American Brewers to consolidate with a foreign owned brewer (Coors joined with Molson and Miller […]
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