SABMiller’s board has in principle accepted the deal, which would create a company controlling nearly a third of the global beer market.
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“It’s an opportunity for our international community to come out and not to have to go through some kind of formal governmental speeches and everything else. It’s just a day of celebration.”
The Imperial Pumpkin Ale — spiced with Vietnamese and Indonesian cinnamons, nutmeg, ginger, allspice, mace and cloves — clocks in at 9 percent ABV and 24 IBU.
Pattullo, 20, is one of the newest — and youngest — resident artists at Jubilee Roasting Company at 1452 Kenton St. in Aurora
“Coffee in many ways is now being treated as a very fine ingredient that requires a tremendous amount of care and stewardship from seed to cup,” said Nick Brown, editor of Roast magazine’s Daily Coffee News, noting “tremendous growth in the high-end, upscale, specialty coffee segment.”
You love your dog. You love wine. Lucky for you and Fido there are a number of Napa Valley wineries where you don’t have to choose between the two.
The Gin Tub in Brighton has won rave reviews in its first week of business by installing a cell signal blocker and placing throwback rotary phones at its tables. They can be used to dial patrons at neighboring tables or the bar for another round.
The world’s biggest soda maker said its global volume for the second quarter was flat from a year ago, dragged down by poor results in some areas outside the United States. The maker of Fanta, Sprite and Powerade said it sold more non-carbonated drinks, but less soda.
“We Americans love to consume the Olympics and ‘travel’ there without going there by drinking and eating and celebrating the culture of whatever the host country is, so I think a lot of people are going to be watching the Olympic Games with a caipirinha in their hands,” Leblon Cachaça President and CEO Steve Luttmann said in a recent interview.