Foster's Lager

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Foster's Lager is an internationally distributed Australian brand of 4.9% abv pale lager,[1] (4% in the UK.[2]) It is a product of Foster's Group brewed under licence in several countries, including the United States,[3] and Russia.[4] The European rights to the beer are owned by Heineken International, who brew and distribute Foster's in most European countries,[5] including: the United Kingdom, Greece, France, Belgium, Portugal, Poland, Finland, Germany, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine and Ireland. In the United States[6] and India,[7] rights to the brand are owned by SABMiller.[8] In Canada, Foster's is brewed by Molson Canada under licence from Forster's Brewing International.[citation needed]

The Foster's brand is also used on several other beers, including Foster's Premium Ale,[9] and Fosters ESB (Extra Special Bitter) which has been discontinued.

Foster's United Kingdom web site[10] claims that "Brits drink nearly 2,000,000 pints a day".[11] While international marketing of the beer often focuses on its Australian connections, Foster's does not enjoy widespread popularity in Australia.[12]

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