The global giant that owns Budweiser wants to dominate the craft-beer market in China.
In late 2015, Chandler Jurinka realized someone was spying on his beer taps.
Jurinka and a partner own Slow Boat Brewery, a Beijing craft-beer maker that distributes its beers across a dozen cities in China and runs a new three-level brewpub in Beijingâ€™s nightlife district. (Jurinka named the brewery after the 1940s Frank Loesser love song â€œOn a Slow Boat to China.â€) The business is driven in part by sales of kegs to restaurants and bars in Chinaâ€™s capital, where good beer isnâ€™t as easy to find as it is in, say, Seattle or Kansas City.
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