Update: We all know SABMiller was acquired by ABInBev in 2016
Anheuser-Busch InBev’s brands in South Africa.
AB InBev is the largest brewing group in the world, but has very little representation in Africa. With the current demand for craft and speciality beers, is the time not right for AB InBev to take Africa’s biggest beer market more seriously? Imagine what could be done in Gauteng or Cape Town’s hot spots with a selected range of AB InBev’s brands!!!
AB InBev’s brand portfolio includes highly popular beer and soft drinks brands. AB InBev has over 200 beer brands. AB InBev has operations in over 30 countries and sales in over 130 countries. The company classifies it brands as Global Brands, Multi-Country Brands, and Local Champions.
- Budweiser (USA)
- Corona (Mexico) imported and distributed by DGB
- Stella Artois (Belgium) imported and distributed by DGB
- Beck’s (Germany) imported and distributed by DGB
- Leffe (Belgium)
- Hoegaarden (Belgium)
And some of the better known Local Champions:
- Belle-Vue (Belgium)
- Boddingtons (United Kingdom)
- Diebels (Germany)
- Franziskaner Weissbier (Germany)
- Labatt Family (Canada)
- Löwenbräu (Germany)
- Skol (Brazil)
- Spaten (Germany