Articles Tagged with 'NBWA'

Brew Talks Next Gen 2018: Texas To-Go Sales, State of the Industry and More (Video)

Brew Talks Next Gen 2018: Texas To-Go Sales, State of the Industry and More (Video)

The owners of two Texas craft beer companies are encouraging the state’s wholesalers to work with them on modernizing alcoholic beverage laws that bar manufacturing breweries from selling beer to go. During a Brew Talks panel discussion, held last week in conjunction with the National Beer Wholesalers Association Next Generation conference in Austin, Texas, Hops & Grain founder Josh Hare, who also chairs the Texas Craft Brewers Guild, argued that the “marriage” between suppliers and wholesalers should work more like a partnership and less like “a parent-child relationship.”

Brewers Association, NBWA Request Hearing Prior to MegaBrew Final Judgment

Brewers Association, NBWA Request Hearing Prior to MegaBrew Final Judgment

Nearly two years after the Department of Justice (DOJ) signed off on Anheuser-Busch InBev’s (ABI) $100 billion takeover of SABMiller, the government agency still has not completed its review of the merger. The DOJ and ABI filed a joint motion on March 15 asking U.S. District Court Judge Emmet Sullivan to approve the “proposed final judgment.” However, several groups have objected to the judgment, as it is currently written, and are now seeking a hearing in order to resolve anti-competitive concerns.

Last Call: International M&A Heats Up; Rebecca Spicer to Depart NBWA

Last Call: International M&A Heats Up; Rebecca Spicer to Depart NBWA

In this week’s edition of Last Call: International M&A heats up with Heineken, Pernod and Constellation; Rebecca Spicer to depart the NBWA; Michigan Senators vote to outlaw marijuana-infused alcoholic drinks; Sonoma County tallies the economic impact of Pliny the Younger; and more.

Beer Distributors Convene on Capitol Hill to Discuss Growth Strategies

Beer Distributors Convene on Capitol Hill to Discuss Growth Strategies

Leaders from the beer industry’s three largest trade associations are vowing once again to unite brewers and distributors in an effort to return the category to growth. Speaking to a group of nearly 700 U.S. beer distributors attending the annual National Beer Wholesalers Association (NBWA) legislative conference on Monday in Washington, D.C., Beer Institute CEO Jim McGreevy called on industry members to work together to curb volume losses.