Belgian Beer Shortage in Belgium Averted
InBev, known for it brutal cost cutting style, tried to cut 2,700 brewery jobs in Belgium as a result of lagging sales. Brewery workers protested, blocked brewery gates, and caused a beer shortage in Belgium. One store chain predicted that stocks of InBev beers would be gone within the week.
Fortunately, there were lots of people suggested alternatives to InBev beers.
Well, now, Brookston Beer Bulletin is reporting that a settlement has been reached, and there will only be 263 jobs lost in Belgium.
Labels: Beer News
posted by Jeff Holt at 08:35