Beer operation


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Beer operation

[Georg Joseph Beer, Ger. ophthalmologist, 1763–1821]
A flap operation for cataract or artificial pupil.
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The move will see around pounds 5m of annual savings for Scottish & Newcastle, forming part of the company's bid to shave up to pounds 50m from the costs of running its UK beer operation by 2006.
Whitbread took a similar course, selling its beer operation again to Interbrew last May, then went a step further as it put all of its 3,000 pubs estate up for sale to focus on hotels, restaurants and sports clubs.
Regional brewer Scottish & Newcastle has been backed in its efforts to get its UK beer operation back on course.
Britain's biggest brewer Scottish and Newcastle yesterday announced a radical shake-up of its business with plans to sell off 920 pubs and cut 1,300 jobs over the next four years at its Scottish Courage beer operation.
Two craft beer operations started in the county this year Jocassee Valley Bewing Co.
The closure of Empresas Polar's beer operations will deepen a beer shortage in the country, crippling the alcohol sector.
The company earlier this year hired Daniel Imdieke as nationwide manager of beer operations; Imdieke comes from craft-beer-centric chain Yard House Restaurants.
While the target will continue to be run independently from C&C Group's beer operations, the latter will be seeking cross-selling opportunities, particularly in wines and spirits, the CFO added.
Its international beer operations and exports business also continued to post strong revenue growth.
Since making a full-scale entry into the Chinese market in 1994, the Asahi Group has gradually expanded its beer operations in the country.
Shares in the "new" Foster's, which holds the beer operations, opened at $4.55 and closed at $4.53.
Foster's Baa2 and P-2 ratings draw strength from its strong brand equity, considerable market presence and the robust cash flows of its beer operations, the agency said.