Getty Images, via BBC
Getty Images, via BBC

The ongoing talks between the world’s two biggest brewing companies have finally paid off: The clumsily named Anheuser-Busch InBev, which makes a zillion different beers (Budweiser, Stella Artois, Corona, Michelob Ultra, Beck’s, Goose Island, Bud Lite Lime-a-Rita), has come to terms with the only-slightly-less-clumsily-named SABMiller, which makes a zillion other beers (Coors, Coors Light, Blue Moon, Leinenkuge’s, Grolsch, Miller, etc.), in the former company’s plan to take over the latter.

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