|Address||AB Inbev UK Limited|
Porter Tun House
500 Capability Green
|Phone||Landline: 01582 391166|
|consumer.helpline -AT- ab-inbev.com|
The UK operation of the international brewing giant Anheuser-Busch InBev was formed during Spring 2000 when the brewing interests of Bass were purchased. This was quickly followed by the take over of Whitbread brewing interests a couple of months later making it responsible for brewing over 30% of the beer consumed in this country. Following a Government investigation, the sale of a number of breweries was instructed and this is resulted in the sale of three breweries to Coors at the start of 2002. The following cask ale breweries were left in existence:
Boddingtons Brewery - Closed March 2005
The following brewpubs were sold on:
Two large keg breweries are still operated:
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Last Updated : 23rd June 2020