If SABMiller and AB Inbev agree on a takeover deal, it’ll be the beer industry's largest merger ever.
What do craft beer makers think of this, seemingly, imminent merger?
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Boston Breweries Sales and Marketing Manager Russ Meyer.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
SABMiller is a giant compared to the whole craft beer industry. It won’t affect what we’re doing at all.— Russ Meyer
Our target market is completely different to theirs.— Russ Meyer
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