Your Favorite Beers Budweiser and Corona may soon come in the same truck as Fosters or Peroni. Anheuser-Busch InBev is likely to make an offer for SABMiller to result in the world’s biggest acquisition in the industry’s history across brewing companies.
‘King of Beers’ meets ‘Miller Time’. Makers of #Budweiser & #MillerLite eye merger – http://t.co/qePAu3ASNT pic.twitter.com/iIhCMSDGQk
— WSYX ABC 6 (@wsyx6) September 16, 2015
SABMiller Offer May Cost Budweiser Maker More Than $100 Billion http://t.co/nsxIg88GDl via @business
— peter (@dollarbear) September 16, 2015
Drinking habits across the world are changing, specially in the Europe and US where people are reported to be drinking less these days. Mr Ross Colbert, an analyst at Rabobank International said recently, “I’m glad to see this after “I’m glad to see this after the endless speculation of megabrew.” The company Anheuser-Busch InBev is based in Leuven, Belgium whereas SABMiller is a London based company. This acquisition will make the European country having a really Global Beer brand.
Interesting data on this here.