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Anheuser-Busch acquires remaining shares in Craft Brew Alliance

Anheuser-Busch will acquire the remaining shares it does not already own in Craft Brew Alliance: adding the business into its US Brewers Collective.


Truly will be the first hard seltzer served in-flight

In a new deal inked with JetBlue, Truly Hard Seltzer will be the first official alcoholic seltzer of a US airline. Starting this fall, the Wild Berry flavor will be available on all JetBlue flights.


Reign energy drinks drive strong Q3 at Monster Beverage

After the launch of Reign Total Body Fuel early in 2019, Monster Beverage has posted an 11.6% sales increase in the third quarter.


Coca-Cola debuts sparkling water AHA with ‘unexpected flavor pairings’

Coca-Cola will launch sparkling water AHA in North America next year: seeking to differentiate itself from the pack with eight fusions blending mainstream fruits with newer, niche flavors. âRetailers told us they donât need yet another lime or berry flavored sparkling waterâ, says the beverage giant.


High protein Super Coffee cuts sugar and chases top competition

New York-based Super Coffee is now the number one independent coffee company in the US, the founders said. Their formula leverages MCT oil, whey protein concentrate and zero sugar.


Gin created by artificial intelligence

Circumstance Distillery is launching the worldâs first gin created using an artificial intelligence programme named âGinetteâ.


EU and China agree GI protection for 200 products

The EU and China have concluded negotiations on a bilateral agreement to protect 100 European Geographical Indications in China; and 100 Chinese Geographical Indications in the EU.


DIY spirits, orange wine and refillable bottles: 10 top drinks trends for 2019

The American concept of growlers â refillable bottles for beer â could soon become the norm in the UK, according to supermarket Waitrose. Alcohol-free drinks, orange wine and personalised spirits are other trends to look out for.


Peppermint takeover: Seasonal holiday coffee returns to US chains

Major coffee chains in the US have reintroduced their seasonal offerings for the holidays, including new peppermint, caramel and mocha-flavored launches.


Coffee’s fifth wave continues to roll in US cafes

The Allegra World Coffee Portalâs 2020 predictions for the US coffee landscape shows continued growth in mobile ordering, social media marketing and still more cold brew.

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