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Molson to brew Asahi Super Dry.

Molson Breweries has announced it has reached an agreement with Asahi Breweries Ltd. of Japan, under which Molson will brew Asahi Super Dry beer for the North American market. In a news release, Molson said it will add 40,000 hecto-liters of production at its Vancouver brewery as a result. Molson noted that Asahi expects to eventually brew most of its North American requirements in Molson plants. Asahi beer will be sold and distributed in the U.S. by Molson U.S.A.
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Title Annotation:Molson Breweries USA Inc.
Publication:Modern Brewery Age
Date:May 16, 1994
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