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This week the team discuss the redundancies at Asahi, ground rules for charity beers and much more.
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- Redundancies confirmed at Asahi following CUB deal
- E.g. Pirate Life’s John Phinney joins Newstead
- Moon Dog to launch seltzer dispensers
- Industry plea for NSW support in latest lockdowns
- Good Land launches in Gippsland
- Ballistic launches new beer in aid of Great Barrier Reef
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