September 11-15, 2017


Beverage World presents the latest news from across the worldwide beverage market.

7-Eleven First to Offer New Red Bull Flavors

Until the end of the year, 7-Eleven, Inc. will be the only retailer to offer its customers the three new Red Bull Editions flavors at its participating stores. In red, silver and blue cans, the Red Bull Editions provide the same energy and functional benefits of the original, but with the taste of sweet cranberry, fresh lime and fruity blueberry, respectively. These are Red Bull’s first new flavor extensions.


Israeli Winery Wins Wine Star Award

On the eve of their 30th anniversary, Golan Heights Winery has won the coveted 2012 Wine Star Award from Wine Enthusiast Magazine in the New World Winery of the Year category. The award is a first for an Israeli winery and is an indicator of the tremendous growth in quality recognition of Israeli wineries led by Golan Heights Winery.


Pure Swiss Accelerates Momentum with New Partners

Pure Swiss, Inc., a Swiss-based premium mineral water manufacturer continues to expand its presence with the announcement of two new distributors, Unified Grocers and Nature’s Best. These new partners will help open the door for Pure Swiss to enter the Central, Southern and additional parts of the Western United States.


Residents Rally to Save Iconic A-B Murals

The iconic Anheuser-Busch beer murals in Manitowoc, which were in the process of being removed, will be preserved, it was announced Monday, according to the Herald Times Reporter in Manitowoc. (JS Online)


Craft Beer Gets the ‘Fast-Casual’ Treatment

A growing number of restaurants in the not-quite-fast-food category like Chipotle Mexican Grill and Smashburger are getting into the business of pouring craft beer to go with their burgers, wraps, and other casual fare. (Time)