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Anheuser-Busch InBev SA/NV (Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɑnɦɔi̯zər ˈbuʃ ˈɪmbɛf]; abbreviated as AB InBev) is the largest beer company in the world, had 200 brands prior to the merger with SABMiller on October 10, 2016.[1] The combined ABInBev/SAB Miller entity has approximately 400 beer brands as of January 2017.[2][3]

The original InBev global brands are Budweiser, Corona and Stella Artois. Its international brands are Beck's, Hoegaarden and Leffe. The rest are categorized as local brands. Many other brands were gained as a result of the merger with SABMiller.

The estimated annual sales for the company in 2017 will be US$55 billion; prior to the merger, ABInBev had realized US$43.6 billion in revenue in 2015.[4] The company is expected to have an estimated global market share of 28 percent, according to Euromonitor International.[5]

Brands[edit]

Brahma, a brand owned by InBev.

Europe[edit]

  • Absolut Cut (Sweden)
  • AstikA (Bulgaria)
  • BagBier (Russia)
    • BagBier
    • BagBier Classicheskoye
    • BagBier Krepkoye
    • BagBier Nashe
  • Bass (United Kingdom)
  • Beck's (Germany)
    • Beck's Dark
    • Beck's Oktoberfest
    • Beck's Premier Light
  • Belle-Vue (Belgium)
    • Belle-Vue Kriek
    • Belle-Vue Kriek Extra
    • Belle-Vue Framboise
    • Belle-Vue Gueuze
  • Bergenbier (Romania)
  • Birra del Borgo (Italy)
  • Boddingtons (United Kingdom)
  • Borsodi (Hungary)
    • Borsodi Bivaly
    • Borsodi Polo
    • Borsodi Sör
    • Borostyán (Hungary)
  • Boomerang (France)
  • Bosteels Brewery (Belgium)
    • Tripel Karmeliet
    • Pauwel Kwak
    • Deus
  • Breda (The Channel Islands) Still Available
  • Camden Town (UK)
  • Chernihivske (Ukraine)
    • Chernihivske Svitle
    • Chernihivske Premium gold
    • Chernihivske Mitsne
    • Chernihivske 4ezz
    • Chernihivske Bile
    • Chernihivske Bila Nich
    • Chernihivske N/A
    • Chernihivske Pab Lager
  • Diebels (Germany)
  • Diekirch (Luxembourg)
    • Diekirch Grand Cru
    • Diekirch Grande Réserve
    • Diekirch Exclusive
  • Dimix (Germany)
  • Dommelsch (Netherlands)
    • Dommelsch Pilsener
    • Dommelsch Ice
    • Dommelsch Dominator
  • Dutch Gold (Netherlands)
  • Franziskaner Weissbier (Germany)
    • Franziskaner Hefe-Weissbier
    • Franziskaner Hefe-Weissbier Alkoholfrei
    • Franziskaner Hefe-Weissbier Dunkel
    • Franziskaner Hefe-Weissbier Leicht
    • Franziskaner Weissbier Kristallklar
  • Gilde Ratskeller (Germany)
  • Haake-Beck (Germany)
  • Hasseröder (Germany)
  • Hertog Jan (Netherlands)
    • Primator
    • Oud Bruin
    • Grand Prestige
    • Tripel
    • Dubbel
    • Winterbier
    • Bockbier
    • Meibock
  • Hoegaarden (Belgium)
    • Hougaerdse Das
  • Hop Hound Amber Wheat
  • Julius (Belgium)
  • Jupiler (Belgium)
  • Kamenitza (Bulgaria)
  • Klinskoye (Russia)
    • Klinskoye Svetloye
    • Klinskoye Zolotoye
    • Klinskoye Luxik
    • Klinskoye Redkoye
    • Klinskoye Arriva
    • Klinskoye Samurai
  • La Bécasse (France)
    • La Bécasse Kriek
    • La Bécasse Raspberry
    • La Bécasse Gueuze
  • Leffe (Belgium)
    • Leffe Brown
    • Leffe Blonde
    • Leffe Ruby
    • Leffe Printemps
  • Löwenbräu (Germany)
    • Löwenbräu Alkoholfrei
    • Löwenbräu Dunkel
    • Löwenbräu Löwen Weisse
    • Löwenbräu Original
    • Löwenbräu Oktoberfestbier
    • Löwenbräu Premium Pils
    • Löwenbräu Radler
    • Löwenbräu Schwarze Weisse
    • Löwenbräu Triumphator
    • Löwenbräu Urtyp
  • Mousel (Luxembourg)
  • Pivara Trebjesa (Montenegro)
    • Nik Cool
    • Nik Gold
    • Nikšicko pivo
    • Nikšicko tamno
  • Noroc (Romania)
  • Oranjeboom (Netherlands)
    • Oranjeboom Premium Pilsener
    • Oranjeboom Oud Bruin
    • Oranjeboom Premish Malt
  • Permskoye Gubernskoye (Russia)
    • Permskoye Gubernskoye Svetloye
  • Piedboeuf (Belgium)
    • Piedboeuf Blond
    • Piedboeuf Brown
    • Piedboeuf Triple
  • Red Bridge (Luxembourg)
  • Rifey (Russia)
  • Rohan (Ukraine)
    • Rohan Lehke
    • Rohan Tradytsiyne
    • Rohan Monastyrske Temne
    • Rohan Veselyi Monach
    • Rohan Bezalkoholne
  • Safir (Belgium)
  • Sibirskaya Korona (Siberian Crown)(Russia)
  • Spaten (Germany)
    • Spaten Alkoholfrei
    • Spaten Diät-Pils
    • Spaten Münchner Hell
    • Spaten Oktoberfestbier
    • Spaten Optimator
    • Spaten Pils
  • St. Pauli Girl (Germany)
    • St. Pauli Girl Lager
    • St. Pauli Girl Special Dark
    • St. Pauli Girl Non-Alcoholic
  • Taller (Ukraine)
  • Tinkov Russian Lager (Russia)
  • Tolstiak (Russia)
    • Tolstiak Dobroye
    • Tolstiak Svetloye
    • Tolstiak Zaboristoye
    • Tolstiak Krepkoye
    • Tolstiak Grechisnoye
  • Vieux Temps (Belgium)
  • Wild Series
    • Wild Blue
    • Wild Black
    • Wild Red
  • Whitbread (United Kingdom) (purchased from Whitbread Group plc in 2001)
  • Yantar (Ukraine)
  • Zagrebačka pivovara (Croatia)
    • Božićno pivo
    • Ožujsko pivo
    • Ožujsko Cool
    • Ožujsko Izzy
    • Ožujsko Strong
    • Fresssh by Ožujsko
    • Tomislav

Asia[edit]

  • Baisha (China)
  • Cafri (South Korea)
  • Cass (South Korea)
    • Cass Fresh
    • Cass Light
    • Cass Red
    • Cass Lemon
    • Cass Beats
  • Double Deer (China)
    • E-Generation
    • Premium Light
    • Dry Beer
  • GuoGuang (China)
  • Harbin (China)
  • Jinlin (China)
  • Jinlongquan (China)
    • Draft
    • Refreshing
  • KK (China)
  • OB (South Korea)
  • Red Shiliang (China)
  • Santai (China)
  • Sedrin (China)
  • Yali (China)
  • Zizhulin (China)
  • Zhujiang (China)

North America[edit]

  • 10 Barrel Brewing Co (USA)
  • 911 (Dominican Republic)
  • Alexander Keith's (Canada)
    • Keith's IPA
    • Keith's White
    • Keith's Dark
    • Keith's Red
    • Keith's Light
    • Keith's Regular
    • Keith's Hop Series
  • Best Damn Brewing Company
    • Best Damn Root Beer
    • Best Damn Apple Ale
  • Blue Point Brewing Company (USA)
  • Blue Star (Canada)
  • Bohemia (Dominican Republic)
  • Bohemia Light (Dominican Republic)
  • Breckenridge Brewery (USA)
  • Budweiser
    • Budweiser Chelada
    • Bud Dry
    • Bud Extra
    • Bud Ice
    • Bud Ice Light
    • Bud Lime
    • Budweiser Black Crown
    • Budweiser Magnum
    • Budweiser Select
    • Budweiser Select 55
  • Bud Light
    • Bud Light Chelada
    • Bud Light Lime
    • Bud Light Platinum
  • Elysian Brewing Company (USA)
  • Four Peaks[6] (USA)
  • Golden Road (USA)
  • Goose Island Brewery (USA)
  • Karbach (USA)
  • Kokanee (Canada)
    • Kokanee
    • Kokanee Gold
    • Kokanee Light
    • Kokanee Frost
    • Kootenay True Ale
  • Labatt Family (Canada) Acquired in 1995
    • Labatt Blue
    • Labatt Blue Dry
    • Labatt Blue Light
    • Labatt Club
    • Labatt .5
    • Labatt Lite
    • Labatt Lucky Lager
    • Labatt 50
    • John Labatt Classic
    • Labatt Genuine
    • Labatt Extra Dry Lager
    • Labatt Wildcat
    • Labatt Ice
NOTE: The U.S. version of Labatt is distributed by North American Breweries due to antitrust issues.
  • Lakeport Family (Canada) Acquired in 2007
    • Lakeport Pilsener
    • Lakeport Honey Lager
    • Lakeport Strong
    • Lakeport Ice
    • Lakeport Ale
    • Lakeport Light
    • Lakeport Red
    • Steeler
    • Brava
    • Wee Willy
  • Mill Street Brewery (Canada)
  • Malta Morena (Dominican Republic)
  • Oland Export Ale (Canada)
  • Presidente Light (Dominica Republic)
  • Presidente Black (Dominican Republic)
  • Ron Barceló (Dominican Republic)
  • Schooner Lager (Canada)
  • Turning Point (Canada)
    • Stanley Park
    • Hell's Gate

South America[edit]

  • Andes (Argentina)
  • Antarctica (Brazil)
  • Aqua Fratelli Vita (Brazil)
  • Baviera (Paraguay)
  • Bogotá Beer Company (Colombia)
  • Bohemia (Brazil)
    • Bohemia Pilsen
    • Bohemia Escura
    • Bohemia Weiss
    • Bohemia Royal Ale
    • Bohemia Confraria
    • Bohemia Oaken
  • Cervecerias Chile (Chile)
    • Báltica (Chile)
    • Becker (Chile)
  • Brahva Gold (Guatemala)
  • Brahva Beats (Guatemala)
  • Caracu (Brazil)
  • Guaraná Antarctica (Brazil)
  • Guaraná Brahma (Brazil)
  • Liber (Brazil)
  • Marathon (Brazil)
  • Original (Brazil)
  • Paceña (Bolivia)
    • Paceña Pico de Oro
    • Paceña Pico de Plata
    • Huari
    • Bock
    • Ducal
  • Pilsen (Paraguay)
  • Quilmes (Argentina)
  • Skol (Brazil)
  • Sukita (Brazil)
  • Zenda (Perú)

Global[edit]

  • Brahma (Global)
  • Busch
  • Busch Light
  • Corona (Outside of US)
  • Devils Backbone
  • Eiken Artois
  • Landshark
  • Michelob
    • Michelob Light
    • Michelob AmberBock
    • Michelob Dunkel Weisse
    • Michelob Honey Lager
    • Michelob Honey Wheat
    • Michelob Irish Red Ale
    • Michelob Marzen
    • Michelob Pale Ale
    • Michelob Porter
    • Michelob Ultra
    • Michelob Ultra Amber
    • Michelob Ultra Lime Cactus
    • Michelob Ultra Pomegranate Raspberry
    • Michelob Ultra Tuscan Orange Grapefruit
    • Michelob Golden Draft
    • Michelob Golden Draft Light
  • Natural Light
    • Natural Ice
  • Oculto
  • Rolling Rock
    • Rock Light
  • Shock Top Belgian White
  • Stella Artois (Global)
  • Stone Mill Pale Ale
  • ZiegenBock

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Stocks - Anheuser Busch Inbev NV (ABI.BR)". Reuters Business. Thomson Reuters. January 27, 2017. Retrieved February 1, 2017. ABI.BR on Brussels Stock Exchange 
  2. ^ Brown, Lisa (October 11, 2016). "A-B InBev finalizes $100B billion acquisition of SABMiller, creating world's largest beer company". Chicago Tribune. Chicago. Retrieved January 29, 2017. 
  3. ^ "About Anheuser-Busch InBev". Money Web. Moneyweb Holdings Ltd. October 10, 2016. Retrieved February 8, 2017. the company’s portfolio of well over 200 beer brands ... In 2015, AB InBev realized 43.6 billion US dollar revenue. 
  4. ^ "About Anheuser-Busch InBev". Money Web. Moneyweb Holdings Ltd. October 10, 2016. Retrieved February 8, 2017. In 2015, AB InBev realized 43.6 billion US dollar revenue. 
  5. ^ Brown, Lisa (October 11, 2016). "A-B InBev finalizes $100B billion acquisition of SABMiller, creating world's largest beer company". Chicago Tribune. Chicago. Retrieved January 29, 2017. 
  6. ^ "Anheuser-Busch Welcomes Four Peaks Brewing Company to The High End Business Unit". Anheuser-Busch InBev.