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Created in 1999, and formerly known as Sun Interbrew, SUN InBev Russia is a subsidiary owned by the huge Anheuser-Busch (AB) InBev Group. Although commanding around 16% of the Russian beer market it remains in second position and a long way behind the leaders, Baltika Breweries.

Sun InBev in Russia

In 2005 the brewery acquired a popular brewery, Tinkoff, located in Pushkin, just outside St. Petersburg. The Tinkoff brewery was privately owned and was established in 1998 starting life as a micro-brewery and restaurant in the centre of St. Petersburg. It laid claim that Tinkoff was the first Russian beer to enter the US market.

Sun InBev has interests in 10 breweries in the Russian Federation in the following cities:

Klin, Volzhskiy, Omsk, Perm, Saransk, Ivanovo, Kursk, Novocheboksarsk, Angarsk and St. Petersburg

The brewery also owns 6 malt-houses.

SUN InBev beer

The company produces a range of domestic brands and international brands under license.

Klinskoye Light
Klinskoye Light beer label
Strength: 4.5% abv Gravity: 11% Originally produced in Klin in the early 80's, just outside Moscow, the beer was one of the first original brands that emerged in Russia.
Sibirskaya Korona Classic
Sibirskaya Korona Classic beer label
Strength: 5% abv Gravity: 12%
Sibirskaya Korona Golden
Sibirskaya Korona Golden beer label
Strength: 4.2% abv Gravity: 11%
Tolstiyak Light
Tolstiyak Light beer label
Strength: 4.5% abv Gravity: 11%