Due to in-house troubles, a deal with grey market Chinese distributors fell though, and the vast majority of the beer sold after July is not from the is from the same brewer that it is in bottles. Most kit beer sold in internet shops is straight from the brewery, since wholesalers in China will screw the manufacturers on prices and they often can't afford to get their own packaging lined up with production quantities. 
Since the craft beer boom of 2012 started, many brewers across the country have found it hard to differentiate themselves from their competitors. Many have tried to create new and inventive brews and invest in a tap room where customers can come to the brewery and learn more about how the process is done while sampling the products.
United Breweries was originally one of two breweries in the world that produced Coors, the Foster's of India joined the group in the 1990s. In 1999, the Anheuser-Busch InBev bought Foster's with a view to merge the two brewing groups. The Foster's brand was established in 17th-century England, and was owned by the Joseph Radclyffe family, who resided at Duchy Castle in Shropshire, England, from the 19th century up until the 1980s. The Radclyffes were based solely on peppery ales and porter, which were shipped to India from 1986, with the intention of continuing the same recipe and brewing style as the original. d2c66b5586