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The UK is an important market for AB InBev. With around 1,000 people working across operations in the UK, it is home to three breweries as well as a local headquarters in Luton.

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AB InBev in the UK

The UK has a strong portfolio of AB InBev brands. This includes, global brands, Stella Artois and Budweiser, international brands, Beck's, Leffe and Hoegaarden, as well as local brands, including Boddingtons and Bass.

As part of our dream to be the Best Beer Company Bringing People Together for a Better World, we run a broad range of initiatives. These include, community activity through to innovations in brewing and manufacture, which have significantly reduced our impact on the environment.

Local facilities

  • Our UK headquarters are in Luton
  • We have three breweries in the UK: Stag, Magor and Samlesbury

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Stella Artois brand

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Check out some of the people and places that make AB InBev such an exciting place to be.

As a major hub, it's no surprise we have people working across all areas.

These include:

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Boddingtons has been enjoyed by beer drinkers in England for more than 200 years, and is well known for its creamy head and smooth body.

Budweiser’s long football heritage includes partnerships with some of the biggest football events; the FIFA World Cup, Copa America, a number of local leagues, tournaments across the world and, of course, The FA Cup

Beck's Blue is the best-selling alcohol-free brand in the UK

In 2013 Magor produced 4.1 million hectolitres of beer and Samlesbury produced 2.2 million hectolitres!

Magor recycles 99.95% of its waste (2014 year to date figure)