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AB Inbev targets US$5 billion in Asian unit’s Hong Kong IPO

The listing could be a boost to the Hong Kong bourse at a time when the market has been roiled by the US-China trade war and anti-government protests.

Ale-ing economy? Japan eyes US$2 bil boost from Rugby World Cup

Bar owner Takeuchi Masakazu is taking no chances, he has got in three times the usual amount of beer to cater for the thirsty crowd.

Mona Café: Classy but affordable dining in Publika KL

While this trendy spot tends to be associated with high prices, Mona Café offers shoppers hearty meals at reasonable prices.

Drink a beer, save a pup at the Iron Furries fundraiser

KL's biggest and hippest bar The Iron Fairies and independent rescuers Voice for Paws come together for a fundraiser.

Carlsberg CEO has a warning for his peers about negative rates

Since CEO Cees ’t Hart joined Carlsberg in 2015, the company has focused on cutting its debt and reducing costs, a strategy that has included abstaining from major acquisitions.

Jibril Cafe: Butterbeer and butter chicken behind bricks

Win two RM50 vouchers to Jibril Café in Subang Jaya and enjoy yourself in a setting right out of the Roaring Twenties.

In England, Trappist monks join blessed company with brotherly brew

The monks produce around 300,000 bottles of beer a year called 'Tynt Meadow' after they swapped milk for a brewery business.

Beer bread recipe: Quick, easy and oh, so tasty

Using only four ingredients, this bread is great for every day, and especially delightful when entertaining.

AB InBev keeps Asia IPO hopes as Asahi buys Australian unit

The sale to Tokyo-based Asahi is expected to conclude by the first quarter of 2020.

Anheuser-Busch InBev says it isn’t pursuing Budweiser Asia Pacific IPO

Anheuser-Busch InBev NV suspends what would have been the year’s largest initial public offering, citing market conditions.

Overwhelmed Belgian monks enter internet age to sell prized beer

Belgian Trappist monks who brew one of the world’s most coveted beers are turning to online sales to ensure their limited supply goes directly to beer lovers rather than to profiteers.

Members call EGM to revoke Negeri-owned golf club’s ban on beer

They say the decision to halt the sale of beer is against the club's constitution.

Sapporo beer posters: Changing with the times

A museum houses fascinating beer label designs and advertising posters from 1987 to the present day.

Bucking the crisis, Greek microbreweries bubble to the fore

While small and medium-sized breweries in Greece were destroyed by the 2010 economic crisis, microbreweries survived and continue to thrive.

San Miguel offers clean water supply to ease Manila shortage

The plan will need 14,000 trips a day using 10-kilolitre tankers from its treatment plant in Bulacan, north of the capital, to supply the 140 million litres that Manila Water needs daily to end water interruptions, potentially adding to the capital’s traffic woes.

Beer drinkers set to lose from China’s trade wars

Prices of high-grade barley used to produce malt to make beer and whiskey will probably rise by 20% this year in China due to a probe into imports of barley from Australia.

Heineken toasts fizziest beer growth in a decade

The world's second-largest brewer recorded growing sales last year but warned 2019 could be "volatile".

Asahi buys Fuller’s London pride beer in US$330 million deal

Asahi will also get cider and soft-drinks production assets as well as a wine wholesaling business.

Metallica releases new ‘Enter Night Pilsner’ beer

Enter Night Pilsner will get a full US roll-out over the next few months.

3 street foods that are perfect with a chilled Tiger

Nothing washes down a hot and spicy snack better than a super chilled bottle of Tiger, especially in Malaysia's hot weather conditions.

Raise a glass to Chicago, US city with most breweries

The sheer volume of brewers in Chicago makes a strong case for the Midwestern city to take the crown as the country's beer capital.

Heineken seals US$3 billion deal with China’s top brewer

Heineken will take a 40% stake in the holding company that controls China Resources Beer, merge its current operations in China into the firm and license to it the Heineken brand for use in the country.

Of wonderful wines and whiskeys

Here's a roundup of freshly unveiled wines, interesting personalities, and what’s new with Johnnie Walker.

Heineken sales rise in every region, outlook held

Sales of Heineken lager, the company's premium global brand on which margins are greater, rose by 9.2%, with strong growth in Brazil, South Africa, France and Russia.