AB InBev buys three Craft Breweries in 5 days!
BE 3 breweries in 5 days

Few days ago, we wrote here that AB InBev had just bought Four Peaks brewery in Arizona.
Yesterday we received the news that the giant brewery spent some more money and acquired London’s Camden Town Brewery.

And then today, when most of us is already thinking about Christmas gifts, AB InBev announced a new deal!

This time AB InBev announced the acquisition of Breckenridge Brewery, from Colorado.
The deal includes the brewery’s new production facility and restaurant in Littleton, as well its original brewpub in Breckenridge.

“We’re excited about the partnership and have been encouraged to continue on our path and become more innovative moving forward,” said Todd Usry, President of Breckenridge Brewery.

“I’m a believer in what The High End is focused on accomplishing and we are flattered that our team was chosen to help guide that journey. We’re looking forward to utilizing resources like decades of research and brewing expertise as we continue to create new beers.”

As usual in this deals, specific terms of the transaction were not disclosed. Both breweries expect to finish the deal during the first quarter of 2016.

For those who have lost count, AB InBev has acquired 7 breweries in the United States, 2 craft breweries in Brazil, a brewery in Toronto and another one in Colombia!
Here is the list of these companies:

Goose Island, USA
Blue Point Brewing, USA
10 Barrel Brewing, USA
Elysian Brewing, USA
Golden Road, USA
Four Peaks Brewing, USA
Breckenridge Brewery, USA
Mill Street Brewery, Canada
Cervejaria Colorado, Brazil
Cervejaria Wals, Brazil
Bogota Beer Company, Colombia
Camden Town Brewery, UK

Who is going to be the next?


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