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We'll be only co in India with play in both beer and spirits: Inbrew chief

In a Q&A, Ravi Deol talks about why he acquired these mass brands and the Inbrew Holdings' plans to grow the business

Ravi Deol, chairman of Inbrew Holdings.
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Ravi Deol, chairman of Inbrew Holdings.

Sharleen D’SouzaDev Chatterjee Mumbai
Inbrew Holdings of Singapore is buying United Spirits’ (USL’s) portfolio of 32 mass brands, which includes Haywards, Old Tavern, White-Mischief, Honey Bee, Green Label and Romanov, for Rs 820 crore. It has also entered into a five-year franchise arrangement for 12 other brands. In 2021, Inbrew acquired the India business of Molson Coors, to sell and produce beer brands such as Miller, Carling, Blue Moon and Cobra in India. In an interview with Sharleen D’Souza & Dev Chatterjee, chairman of Inbrew Holdings Ravi Deol talks about why he acquired these mass brands and the company’s plans to grow its business. 

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First Published: May 29 2022 | 8:13 PM IST

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