Another Dunedin pub popular with its boisterous undergraduate community, The Captain Cook Tavern, is on notice of closure. The property, leased by DB Breweries and sub-leased to Cook Brothers Bars is to be vacated under direction from the owner, within 10 working days, shortly before the lease is due to expire.
DB Breweries managing director Brian Blake has announced his decision to stand aside next year, although he will continue as the company’s chairman.
International brewer Heineken NV has made a bid for complete control of the Singapore-based Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) as it fights with competitor Thai Beverage for the Singapore share of the business.
Controversial West Coast beer brand Monteith’s, infamously brewed in Auckland and Timaru, has shored up its authenticity with the reopening of its original Greymouth brewery.
DB Breweries advertising campaign for DB Dry has won a Golden Lion award at the prestigious Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. The campaign attracted criticism in New Zealand for its attack on wine drinking which it portrayed as not being masculine.
The Ministry of Primary Industries, Food Safety, has published an exemption from the Wine Standards Management Plan for a number of the country’s brewers.
Brewing giant DB Breweries tugged at the heartstrings of tradition to highlight the arrival in the deep South of its Auckland-based forebear, Dominion Breweries.
The price of DB Breweries range of beers will rise on March 5 according to a release from the brewery.
DB Breweries (DB) has appointed Chris Wotton as regional sales manager DB – South Island based in Christchurch.
Intellectual property consultant Theodore Duncan has called for the introduction of a Registrar of Trademarks to protect New Zealand business against poor decisions made by the Intellectual Property Office (IPO), such as that in the “Radler” case.
Brewing company Heineken-controlled DB Breweries has won its legal battle to maintain control over the generic beer name, radler.
The world’s leading glass packaging maker, O-I, has partnered with champion brewery DB Breweries (DB), to launch New Zealand’s first application of internal embossing.