What is our position on responsible drinking?
As the world’s leading brewer, we are committed to encouraging the responsible enjoyment of our products by consumers of legal drinking age. Accordingly, we sponsor programs to promote smart drinking, prevent alcohol abuse, deter underage drinking and highlight the consequences of drink driving. We also believe measurable goals are essential to driving meaningful progress toward smart drinking.
What is our environmental policy?
Beer is a product of natural ingredients, and thus the conservation and stewardship of land, water and other natural resources is fundamental to helping ensure the quality of our brands for the long term. We recognize the critical role that companies can play in addressing the world's most pressing environmental challenges, such as water scarcity and climate change.
What are our main brands?
Our brands speak to millions of consumers around the world. Beer, the original social network, has been bringing people together for thousands of years. Our portfolio consists of well over 200 beer brands, including 19 “billion-dollar” brands. Within this diverse portfolio are global brands Budweiser®, Corona® and Stella Artois®; international brands Beck’s®, Leffe®, and Hoegaarden®; and local champions such as Bud Light®, Skol®, Brahma®, Antarctica®, Quilmes®, Victoria®, Modelo Especial®, Michelob Ultra®, Harbin®, Sedrin®, Klinskoye®, Sibirskaya Korona®, Chernigivske®, Cass® and Jupiler®. This diverse portfolio includes seven of the ten most valuable beer brands in the world according to the 2015 BrandZ™ Global 100 Most Valuable Brands.
What is our strategy?
AB InBev has built leading positions in the most important beer profit pools in the world, through a combination of solid organic growth and selected, value enhancing, acquisitions and combinations. We follow a clear Focus Brands strategy in which the majority of our resources are devoted to those brands which we believe have the greatest long term growth potential. Investment behind our brands is fueled by a disciplined approach to cost management and efficiency and, more specifically, the continuous reduction of non-consumer and non-customer facing expenses.