Peroni and Grolsch sale set to trigger bidding war by rivals

Devlin, Edward
December 2015
Grocer;12/5/2015, p8
Trade Publication
The article details the plan of brewing company AB InBev to sell three of its premium SAB Miller beer brands. Topics discussed include the anticipated interest of global brewers in the sale, the possible acquisition of the brands by brewing companies Carlsberg and Diageo, and the sale of SAB's MillerCoors joint venture in North American to Molson Coors.


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