World’s Two Biggest Beer Makers Agree to Be A Single Beer Brewer

ABInBevAnheuser-Busch inBev, one of the largest brewing companies that make different beers including Budweiser, Stella Artois, Corona, Michelob Ultra, Beck’s, Goose Island, Bud Lite Lime-a-Rita, has recently proposed a merger with SABMiller, another major brewing company that produces beers like Coors, Coors Light, Blue Moon, Miller. SABMiller has agreed with AB InBev’s terms to pay $104 billion in the deal. This merger will result in annual revenues of $64 billion that is potentially 30 percent of beer sales around the world.

While the terms to the deal has been agreed by both companies, the “mega-company” will inevitably face regulations that will change the logistics of the ‘new’ company. However, independent craft brewers will not be facing greater issues to stand as a competing brewer in the industry.

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