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Diageo plans to restructure operations in South Africa and Namibia British alcoholic beverages firm Diageo has agreed to initiate restructure talks with joint venture partners Dutch brewer Heineken and the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) group of companies in South Africa and Namibia. Alcoholic Beverages > Beer > News
International Beverage expands presence to India By DBR Staff Writer
Thai Beverage's global unit International Beverage has made its entry into the Indian spirits market with the launch of single malts and gins.
News Lululemon, Stanley Park Brewing to introduce new beer in Canada By DBR Staff Writer
Lululemon has collaborated with Vancouver-based Stanley Park Brewing to introduce a new beer in the Canadian market.
Alcoholic Beverages > Beer > News Marin Brewing expands distribution of Mt. Tam Pale Ale in US For the first time ever, the Marin Brewing Company has expanded distribution across the United States of our best-selling flagship beer, Mt. Tam Pale Ale. The popular brew is now available canned in stores around the country.
Alcoholic Beverages > Beer > News
River North Brewery to release Quad XO Deep within their towers of aging barrels, River North’s brewers uncovered a hidden gem.
News Diageo plans to restructure operations in South Africa and Namibia By DBR Staff Writer
British alcoholic beverages firm Diageo has agreed to initiate restructure talks with joint venture partners Dutch brewer Heineken and the Ohlthaver & List (O&L) group of companies in South Africa and Namibia.
Alcoholic Beverages > Beer > News Timberline completes two projects for Avery Brewing By DBR Staff Writer
Colorado-based Timberline Mechanical has completed design-build of Avery Brewing’s steam plant and chiller water plant.
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Lululemon, Stanley Park Brewing to introduce new beer in Canada
By DBR Staff Writer
Lululemon has collaborated with Vancouver-based Stanley Park Brewing to introduce a new beer in the Canadian market.
Alcoholic Beverages > Beer > News
Marin Brewing expands distribution of Mt. Tam Pale Ale in US
For the first time ever, the Marin Brewing Company has expanded distribution across the United States of our best-selling flagship beer, Mt. Tam Pale Ale. The popular brew is now available canned in stores around the country.
Alcoholic Beverages > Beer > News

Non-alcoholic

Tesco to remove sugary drinks from stores
By DBR Staff Writer
British retailer Tesco will stop selling sugary drinks at its supermarkets across the country in a bid to tackle childhood obesity in the country.
Non-alcoholic Beverages > Soft Drinks > News
Dabur to introduce Hajmola ready-to-drink beverages in India
By DBR Staff Writer
India-based Dabur will expand its product range with the introduction of new ready-to-drink beverages under its digestive brand Hajmola.
Non-alcoholic Beverages > Energy & Sports Drinks > News

Technology

Researchers develop 3D-printed cap smart cap to detect spoiled milk
By DBR Staff Writer
Researchers from the University of California, Berkeley (UC Berkeley), along with colleagues at Taiwan’s National Chiao Tung University, have developed a 3D-printed cap smart cap to detect spoiled milk.
News
Pabst Brewing to open new brewery in US
By DBR Staff Writer
Pabst Brewing is to open a new brewery in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, a move that ramps up the company's beer production capacity.
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Markets & Regulations

Welsh government brings in draft bill to set minimum alcohol price
By DBR Staff Writer
Welsh government has unveiled plans for a new legislation that will mandate a minimum alcohol price, preventing liquor to be sold for less than 50p per unit.
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New Zealand rejects calls for tax on sugary drinks
By DBR Staff Writer
The government of New Zealand is rejecting calls for a 20% tax on fizzy soft drinks as it does not consider imposing taxes to be a feasible solution for reducing consumption.
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