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Stone Brewing to invest $31m in South Carolina Stone Brewing, a US-based brewery, has outlined plans to invest around $31m in South Carolina over the next five years, a move that would create 400 new jobs. News
Stone Brewing to invest $31m in South Carolina By DBR Staff Writer
Stone Brewing, a US-based brewery, has outlined plans to invest around $31m in South Carolina over the next five years, a move that would create 400 new jobs.
News Alkaline Water expands retail presence to Whole Foods stores By DBR Staff Writer
Alkaline Water, a US-based producer of alkaline water, has expanded its retail presence to Whole Foods Market, with the distribution of Alkaline88.
Non-alcoholic Beverages > Bottled Water > News Mead industry reports explosive growth Mead, the alcoholic beverage made from honey, may be the world's oldest fermented drink, but it is also the country's hottest.
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Helm’s Brewing increases production capacity with new fermenters By DBR Staff Writer
US-based Helm’s Brewing has increased its production capacity with the addition of two 30-barrel fermenters.
News Juice It Up! introduces new handcrafted juice blend Raw Fusion By DBR Staff Writer
American establishment Juice It Up! has introduced a new handcrafted juice blend - Raw Fusion - which will be available for a limited period of time.
Non-alcoholic Beverages > Fruit Juice > News Kold expands portfolio with new frozen cocktails By DBR Staff Writer
British beverage maker Kold has expanded its product portfolio with the launch of a new range of frozen cocktails known as Kold Cocktails.
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Kold expands portfolio with new frozen cocktails
17 April 2014 | By DBR Staff Writer
British beverage maker Kold has expanded its product portfolio with the launch of a new range of frozen cocktails known as Kold Cocktails.
Alcoholic Beverages > Spirits > News
A former Kendall Jackson winemaker raises over $1 million for independent winemaking project
16 April 2014
Scott Peterson, former Kendall Jackson winemaker and veteran wine consultant, announced the launch of an independent range of wines under his own label.
Alcoholic Beverages > Wine > News

Non-alcoholic

Alkaline Water expands retail presence to Whole Foods stores
18 April 2014 | By DBR Staff Writer
Alkaline Water, a US-based producer of alkaline water, has expanded its retail presence to Whole Foods Market, with the distribution of Alkaline88.
Non-alcoholic Beverages > Bottled Water > News
Juice It Up! introduces new handcrafted juice blend Raw Fusion
17 April 2014 | By DBR Staff Writer
American establishment Juice It Up! has introduced a new handcrafted juice blend - Raw Fusion - which will be available for a limited period of time.
Non-alcoholic Beverages > Fruit Juice > News

Technology

Sazerac to invest $71m in three Kentucky distilleries
17 April 2014 | By DBR Staff Writer
Sazerac, a US-based spirits group, is planning to invest around $71m in the expansion of three Kentucky distilleries, in a move to cater to the increasing demand for Kentucky bourbon and other spirits.
Technology > Process Technology > News
Friends Fun Wine in a can now available at Walmart Stores in Florida and Texas
16 April 2014
Friends Beverage Group, makers of Friends Fun Wine In A Can, is proud to announce that their unique line is now available at Walmart stores throughout Florida and Texas.
Technology > Packaging > News

Markets & Regulations

Scotch whisky wins certification trade mark in Australia
16 April 2014 | By DBR Staff Writer
Scotch Whisky Association (SWA), a trade association for Scotch Whisky industry in the UK, has announced that Scotch Whisky has been registered as a certification trade mark in Australia, which will help in identifying fake products.
Markets & Regulations > Regulatory & Safety > News
Brazil has adequate coffee stocks to supply domestic markets and exports, says industry
11 April 2014 | By DBR Staff Writer
Brazilian coffee industry association Abic said that the country has enough coffee stocks to meet the local demand and supply exports even though the extent of the damage to crops due to a drought remains unclear.
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