ST. LOUIS -- Although the Justice Department has alleged that Anheuser-Busch Cos. here has caused its distributors to drop smaller brands and microbrews in favor of its products, retailers SN contacted said they have not had any problems sourcing microbrews to stock their shelves. "Most of our growth is coming from the microbrews; the microbrews are still strong and still showing growth," said Bob Jennings, buyer for the beverage department at Raley's Supermarkets, West Sacramento, Calif. ...

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