New name for Bass ale

July 2013
Morning Advertiser;7/4/2013, Issue 109, p22
Trade Publication
The article informs that AB InBev company will change the name of its brand Bass pale Ale to Bass Trademark No. 1 which will help the company to derive additional benefits by getting the first ever registered trademark in Great Britain.


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