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INBEV Buys Out Modelo for $20 Billion


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DYCSoccer17 3283:300
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b3shine 5124:261
Love it. Theyíre going to lose their ass on that "investment" over the next 10 years, and it will level the playing field.
6/29/2012 8:35:09 PM

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DYCSoccer17 3283:300
The sales on Cinco de Mayo and of Corona on spring break in Mexico to American kids will easily pay for it.
6/29/2012 8:40:03 PM

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peteinSD 1333:57
Originally posted by DYCSoccer17
The sales on Cinco de Mayo and of Corona on spring break in Mexico to American kids will easily pay for it.


lol. so mexicans donít drink these beers? you ever been to mexico?
6/29/2012 8:44:33 PM

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DYCSoccer17 3283:300
Originally posted by peteinSD
Originally posted by DYCSoccer17
The sales on Cinco de Mayo and of Corona on spring break in Mexico to American kids will easily pay for it.


lol. so mexicans donít drink these beers? you ever been to mexico?


Not saying Mexicans donít drink Corona, but the profit margin is much greater with Cancun sales and Cinco de Mayo than that of rural Mexicans paying less for it.
6/29/2012 8:47:48 PM

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CharmCityCrab 148:
All this consolidation canít be good for the consumer. If they really do go after Miller-Coors next, itíll be time for the Department of Justice to step in and sue on anti-trust grounds. Even the independent adjunct lagers often have to contract brew with the big boys, and more brands that people think are outright owned by the big boys. And the price of everything just keeps on going up.
6/29/2012 9:19:06 PM

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DaSilky1 2606:66
If you think that that was a bad investment, youíre fucking stupid.
6/29/2012 11:02:40 PM

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sarro 121:5
Already invested in a couple cases. InBev is gonna ruin my delicious Corona.
6/29/2012 11:40:38 PM

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billk 353:57
I keep telling everyone this craft beer thing makes no sense. Itís a bubble I tell ya. How can a country that embraces Kraft, Gatorade, and disgusting chain restaurants be expected to make a major taste shift when it comes to beer?
Even the bing-bongs here drink BMC regularly, and brag about it.

Itís all a fad, the only thing the tasteless dolts know.
6/29/2012 11:49:42 PM

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crosamich 431:17
Originally posted by DaSilky1
If you think that that was a bad investment, youíre fucking stupid.

exactly. InBev is known for such bad investments
6/30/2012 7:21:56 AM

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JLLSU 238:1
I wish I could find a craft electrolyte replacement beverage.
6/30/2012 7:46:45 AM

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