Against the backdrop of yet another brewery acquisition by Anheuser-Busch InBev, some of critics’ biggest fears about the beer megacorporation seem to be coming true.
Breweries owned by Anheuser Busch-InBev are brewing each others’ beers at facilities hundreds of miles from one another. And you’d never know the difference.
The five-year-old brewery joins Devils Backbone, Breckenridge, Goose Island and others as part of AB InBev’s “High End” portfolio.
As usual, it’s about marketing.
Family-owned for more than 200 years, the brewery is the latest to join AB InBev’s fold.
Colorado-based brewing company is the fourth American craft purchase by the beer giant this year.
And what it means for you.
Merger’s full impact on craft beer is still up in the air.
What impact could this big beer deal have on craft breweries?
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