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Inbev Belgium

InBev (Euronext: INB, NYSE: abv) is the largest or second largest beer company in the industry. While its core business is beer, InBev also has a strong presence in the soft drinks market in Latin America. It employs about 86,000 people and is headquartered in Leuven, Belgium.
InBev was created in 2004 when the Belgian company Interbrew and the Brazilian company AmBev merged, creating the world"s largest brewer.
InBev has operations in over 30 countries and sales in over 130 countries. In 200
Beers:  Campbells Scotch Ale
Ginder Ale
Hoegaarden 00
Hoegaarden Citron
Hoegaarden Das
Hoegaarden Grand Cru
Hoegaarden Le Fruit Defendu
Hoegaarden Rosee
Hoegaarden Rosee 00
Hoegaarden Speciale
Jupiler Blue
Jupiler N A
Leffe 9
Leffe Biere De Printemps
Leffe Blonde
Leffe Brune
Leffe Kerstbier
Leffe Radieuse
Leffe Royal
Leffe Triple
Leffe Vieille Cuvee
Scotch CTS
Stella Artois
Stella Artois NA
Vieux Temps
Whitbread Pale Ale
Hoegaarden 33cl Hoegaarden 33cl
Hoegaarden 50cl Hoegaarden 50cl
Hoegaarden Grand Cru 33cl Hoegaarden Grand Cru 33cl
Jupiler 50cl Jupiler 50cl
Le Fruit Defendu 33cl Le Fruit Defendu 33cl
Leffe 33cl Leffe 33cl
Vieux Temps 33cl Vieux Temps 33cl
Address:  Europe» Belgium» Leuven
3000 Vaartkom 31
Province:  Liege
Founded in:  2004
Phone:  +32 16 27 61 11
Fax:  +32 16 50 61 11
Web Site:,
InBev was created in 2004 from the merger of the Belgian company Interbrew and the Brazilian company AmBev.
InBev announced in 2005 and confirmed in 2006 that it would move the brewing of Hoegaarden to the Piedboeuf brewery in Jupille, which resulted in some protests.In September 2007 however, it was announced that brewing would continue at the Hoegaarden Brewery in Hoegaarden.
Interbrew"s roots can be traced back to 1366 in Den Horen in Leuven when the Artois brewery was founded. In 1987 Artois, and the Walloon-based brewer Piedboeuf, came together to form Interbrew.[8] The move onto the international scene only happened when Interbrew acquired the Canadian beer brand Labatt. The transaction also included Labatt"s assets, which included the Toronto Blue Jays baseball club, the Toronto Argonauts football club, and The Sports Network. The latter at the time was not much smaller than Interbrew, and since then the company had been considered a multinational with both Canadian and Belgian roots.
Some important Interbrew brands are Stella Artois, Boddingtons, Beck"s, Staropramen, Jupiler, Leffe, Labatt, Hoegaarden and Bass. Before the merger with Ambev, Interbrew was the third largest brewing company in the world by volume, Anheuser-Busch was the largest, followed by SABMiller in second place. Heineken International was in fourth place and AmBev was the world"s fifth largest brewer.
InBev has over 200 beer brands produced and sold throughout the world.[12] The flagship brands are Stella Artois, Brahma, Beck"s and Leffe.


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