Mike’s Hard Lemonade has experienced meteoric growth followed by some doldrums. Here is how they are coming back. Plus, imports rebound.

The royal footprint of the King of Beers grows ever larger. Miller and Molson slog on gamely nonetheless.

The royal footprint of the King of Beers grows more global every day. Miller and Molson slog the battle nonetheless.

The royal footprint of the King of Beers grows ever larger. Miller and Molson gamely slog on nonetheless.

The royal footprint of the King of Beers grows ever larger. Miller and Molson gamely slog on nonetheless.

The royal footprint of the King of Beers grows ever more global all the time. Miller and Molson gamely slog the battle nonetheless.

The royal footprint of the King of Beers becomes more global all the time. Miller and Molson continue to gamely do battle nonetheless.

The royal footprint of the King of Beers becomes more global all the time. Miller and Molson gamely slog on nonetheless.

Miller conducted a live taste test on CNBC last Friday. We’ve got the audio here if you missed it. Plus, Femsa issues bond to pay Interbrew, and Rehr comes out swinging.

That’s right, over half of all states now allow Sunday sales for liquor. What does it mean to beer sales?

That’s right, over half of all states now allow Sunday sales for liquor. What does it mean to beer sales?

Sunny days bring strong beer sales, but promotional activity was up too. Here is the skinney from our readers.

New ceo, new ads, new Coors? Beer advertising has changed, and Coors is trying to change with the times. Here’s our take on it.

Wine and spirits are taking beer space, but is it wise? Plus, how to recapture on-premise, and Redhook gets its house in order.

Barton posts another strong quarter. Plus, does Richard Sands fear the HUSA/Femsa deal? And Yuengling makes a change.