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Belhaven deal.

SCOTTISH brewer Belhaven has signed a pounds 70m lager supply deal with Belgian beer giant Interbrew.

East Lothian-based Belhaven has signed the five-year deal with Glasgow-based Tennent Caledonian Breweries, a subsidiary of Interbrew, which will see it supply Stella Artois as well as Tennent's Lager.

The deal continues a supply arrangement between Belhaven and Tennent Caledonian dating back to 1979, under which Belhaven sourced its lager from the firm leaving it to focus on brewing ale such as Belhaven Best.
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Title Annotation:Business
Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Geographic Code:4EUBL
Date:Jun 11, 2002
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