From commercial beer giants reporting losses in sales and revenues to microbreweries struggling to stay afloat: the global beer industry has certainly not been spared from the coronavirus onslaught. As the media continues to report dismal losses such as beer being drained, people going jobless
AGI glaspac’s retail segment, Greendrop Glassware launches this new line of product on -all leading e-commerce sites
The product is developed using advanced technologies Germ Guard Technology and Active Silver Technology
India, 3rd June, 2020: AGI glaspac, a leading global manufacturer of integrated container-glass, today
UP: Sale of beer cans drops drastically in Prayagraj
PRAYAGRAJ: The sale of beer cans in May this year has considerably declined as compared to last year because many consumers do not find chilled beer suitable for consumption due to the spread of coronavirus.
District excise officer
Pubs, like other public venues, look set to stay shut for the foreseeable future. But what's going to happen to the contents of their cellars?
Fifty million pints - give or take.
That's the amount of beer expected to go unused in barrels if pubs remain closed
A little over a month ago, the city of Bangalore joined Bira 91 in its 5th-anniversary celebrations by celebrating the launch of its first-ever Limited Release Taproom in Koramangala. The news spread like wildfire, attracting several beer lovers and Bira 91 fans to the 3,500
As the COVID-19 epidemic continues to snowball, causing the wheels of business, culture and society come to a grinding pause - analysts are alarmed to find months and years of accounting, business-planning and brand-building suddenly going for naught.
For instance, the world’s largest beer manufacturer, Anheuser-Busch