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BBII 02-01 10-13 Cost cutting programme
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COST CUTTING PROGRAMME Energy saving in the brewing process – part II In the first part of this series of articles, commonly used procedures for the energy recuperation during the wort preparation were presented. The following second part is to show which aspects are to be considered during the planning in order to find out which of the described systems results in the highest possible saving of energy in practice.

condensate cooler. A general recommendation, which of the systems should be installed in order to guarantee the highest possible saving cannot – as described in the following articlebe given. In order to make a wellfounded statement for the actual use, calculations concerning profitability and energy demand have to be made for each specific case under consideration of the following aspects: ● Total evaporation ● Warm water demand ● Thermic energy costs In the course of such calculations, the specific costs for electric and thermic energy per hectolite ...

BBII 02-01 14-15 Pen is coming up
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PEN IS COMING UP 2nd refillable beer bottle in PEN plastic in Norway After Carlsberg's successful Danish launch of Rexam's first refillable PEN beer bottle – the first in the world – Rexam Petainer is now introducing another refillable bottle in PEN. The new bottle has been specially developed for the Norwegian market, in cooperation with Norsk Returbrett. The design gives a true beer feeling, and the new bottle´s barrier properties preserve the quality of the beer. These two factors will contribute to an increase in the total market for beer in Norway.

n life-cycle analyses, refillable packaging in plastic is normally ranked high from an environmental point of view. Compared with glass, the low weight of plastic contributes to a reduction in transport costs of up to 20 %. But not only because of these characteristics are the plastic bottles so popular. In Denmark, important convenience characteristics were added to the recycling system with the 38 cl PEN refillable ...

BBII 02-01 16-18 For south africa and the rest of the world
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FOR SOUTH AFRICA AND THE REST OF THE WORLD Wine specialties, liquors, and alcoholic fruit juice drinks from Stellenbosch Farmers' Winery Truly great things usually begin with a vision. With a vision, however, that does not remain in the vision stage. With a vision that, until implementation, frequently involves a great deal of energy and effort and includes much advise. Small visions can perhaps be realized within a short time. Great visions, nevertheless, require much time and plenty of patience until they are realized. William Charles Winshaw had a great vision: The vision was to produce high quality wine for all of South Africa. The former doctor began producing wine in his own kitchen at the turn of the nineteenth century. Winshaw went bankrupt in 1921. The idea to produce high quality wine appeared to be a failure for the time being. But Winshaw continued to work on his vision and founded the Stellenbosch Farmers' Winery in 1925. He managed the business until the age of 92. And ...

BBII 02-01 19-21 Facts around the world
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FACTS AROUND THE WORLD The changing landscape of the global beer industry In just a few years, the global beer marketplace will look very different than it does today. In one of the most significant developments an emerging market led by a country still characterized by low per capita beer consumption will become larger than one of the world’s most firmly established, highly developed beer markets. Specifically, Asia, led by China, will surpass North America to become the second largest beerproducing region in the world. Europe will remain the biggest market, but also the one with the least overall growth. South American beer production is growing faster than Asia’s – indeed, faster than any region in the world – but Asia’s ascendancy represents a major development for the international brewing industry. sia’s beer production will increase by a compound annual growth rate of 3.2% from 1999 to 2004, according to data from New York-based Beverage Marketing Corporation. Cons ...

BBII 02-01 22-25 Turbidity measurements
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TURBIDITY MEASUREMENTS Standardization is urgently required This report discusses the recommendation of the Mebak (Central European Brewing Technology Analysis Commission) regarding the standardization of beer turbidity measurements and compares it with the standards of other institutes. The desired effect, i.e. an improvement of the comparability of turbidity measurements through the standard, has been achieved, but only partly. There is still a need for further international standardization and coordination between the manufacturers of turbidity meters.

A supposedly clear beer which is hazy is suspected of being spoilt and may not be consumed. Using the so-called forced method, breweries can calculate the shelf life via the turbidity. The turbidity also allows monitoring of the quality of the production cycles. Inline turbidity meters are increasingly used for this purpose. A reliable laboratory turbidity measuring device is required for comparative measurements and for ...

BBII 02-01 26-28 Larger companies lighter beers
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LARGER COMPANIES, LIGHTER BEERS Developments in the U.S. Beer Market Although the U.S. beer market has not been one of the most dynamic sectors of the beverage industry lately, it is poised for solid future growth. The domestic beer market did increase in 2000, but only modestly. Volume increased by 0.8 percent to 197.9 million 31-gallon barrels in 2000. U.S. brewers produced slightly less than 178 million 31-gallon barrels of beer for domestic consumption (i.e., excluding all exports, non-alcoholic brews and malt coolers). An additional 20 million barrels were imported. But the population swelled by more than 1 percent. Consequently, per capita consumption slipped by one-tenth of a gallon from the year before, to 22.2 gallons.

hile average intake stood a full gallon lower than it did in 1991, the 2000 result represents an increase over mid-1990s levels. Moreover, the key 21- to 27-yearold demographic is expected to enlarge notably over the course of the next decade, whic ...

BBII 02-01 29 Propak china 2001
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PROPAK CHINA 2001 The biggest show ever emand for space at ProPak China 2001 has been such that the organisers are predicting the biggest edition of this the most important processing and packaging event in China. More confirmations from key industry players and pavilion organisers have been received than for any previous edition of this trade event, which is already China’s biggest event for the sector. Staged at the new Shanghai Everbright Exhibition Centre, 17 – 20 July, ProPak China 2001 will provide China’s top buyers with a onestop shop for their processing and packaging needs through the inclusion of the following specialist sectors: BevTek & BrewTek China 2001, MetalPak China 2001, PakPrint China 2001, PlasPak China 2001 and PharmaPak China 2001. International Recognition In November 2000 ProPak China was awarded UFI (Union des Foires Internationales) status. This is only conferred on highly international trade shows with proven track records offering professional stand ...

BBII 02-01 30-32 Focus on Multipackaging
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FOCUS ON MULTIPACKAGING Creative packages that sell Recent months have seen a dramatic increase in the place of global European beverage market consolidation. Mead Packaging is aware of the need to respond to the trend for increasingly centralised decision making and the importance of maintaining high levels of customer service. The company’s response within Europe and on a worldwide scale ensures that customers receive a rigid and flexible service at a local level, bit within the framework of centrally negotiated contracts. xamples of recent major activities include the acquisition of Kronenbourg by Scottish Courage and the purchase of Bass and Whitbread by Interbrew. In both cases Mead Packaging is a major supplier across Europe with installations in all of its key sites, covering bottles and cans in fully enclosed sleeves and baskets.

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Flexible machinery and innovative pack designs have helped Mead to persuade those customers that a `one-stop-shop’ app ...

BBII 02-01 34-35 The winds of change in traditional environment
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THE WINDS OF CHANGE IN TRADITIONAL ENVIRONMENT Swiss beverage industry’s number 1 has successfully implemented R/3 In close cooperation with SAP, the R/3 consultant, development partner and system distributor Copa has realized projects with the fully integrated software solution tailored to the demands of the national and international beverage industry. With “mySAP Consumer Products Beverages Industry Solution” SAP continues the consequential development of Copa’s former industrial solution R/3 Beverages. The cooperation benefits from COPA’s long years of experience providing consulting support to over 700 customers at home and abroad. ummer 1998: In a castle-like brewery high above the little town Rheinfelden near the Swiss border, successful brewery go-getters ponder the essential questions: What is our central competence – brewing beer, manufacturing mineral waters and soft drinks Or rather stocking up the cellars of our Swiss customers

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BBII 02-01 36 International events
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INTERNATIONAL EVENTS 4,500 TRADERS VISITED CHINA WINE 2000 The 3rd China International Wine, Spirits & Wine Technology Exhibition (also known an “China Wine 2000”) was successfully held on November 21-24, 2000, at the Shanghai International Exhibition Centre in Shanghai, PR China, bringing the latest wine products and wine technology from 13 countries and regions as well as professional wine knowledge to over 4,500 trade visitors. During this four-day event, the new-to-market products, such as Orchid Wine from Taiwan Province, DNA “Smart Water” from South Australia and La Cigogne Fruit Wine from France, etc., all received overwhelming response from visitors. Besides overseas wine products, wellrecognized domestic winemakers including COFCO Shaoxing Winery Co., Ltd., Hua Xia Winery Company Ltd. and China Great Wall Wine Co., Ltd. gathered to form a “Famous Chinese Wine Zone”, allowing visitors to taste wine products from both China and overseas. In addition to a wide range ...

BBII 02-01 37 Allied industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES SHRINK LABELING HELPS COORS ROLL OUT THE BARREL Designed to appeal to upscale consumers who typically equate quality beer with bottles, Killian’s® Pub Barrel™, labeled by B&H Labeling Systems (Ceres, CA), features the very latest advances in roll-fed shrink technology. Coors opted to use shrink labeling for the Pub Barrel™ for its obvious aesthetics and shelf appeal. The difficulty was that the contours and barrel-like ridges of the Pub Barrel™ required that the laminated, high gloss Bopp shrink label shrink securely over the entire can body, rather than just the can top and bottom as is done for traditional necked-in straight wall cans. B&H recommended the BH8000S high-speed labeler with a modified BH700 Endura® Shrink System. Integrated line logic on the BH8000S ensures smooth operation and communication with other components on Killian’s® production line, maximizing line efficiency and reducing downtime. The BH8000S infeed feedscrew and starwheel pro ...

BBII 02-01 3 And whos about to come now
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

AND WHO´S ABOUT TO COME NOW The German beer market is becoming increasingly exciting. After Heineken has bought a place in the Schörghuber group, the entire brewing industry is now waiting for the next coup of a foreign concern. There are still more than 1 200 breweries and the structure of the trade will not be changed in the near future, however such tendencies are perceptible. The middle class will continue to have a hard time and melting will continue as well in this sector, however the field of small breweries is still supposed to have a sound structure. As long as the large-scale breweries try to undersell each other with price dumping and the trade unlearns to earn money, the brewery doesn’t yield a profit either. The large-scale concerns all around the world are well aware of this and wait until the market will have adjusted itself. May be, however, the Heineken entering has a signalling effect and there will be some ...

BBII 02-01 6-8 World news
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WORLD NEWS AUSTRIA

BBAG EXPANSION IN EASTERN EUROPE The Austrian Brau-Beteiligungs-AG is planning to intensify its expansion in Eastern Europe. At the moment, acquisition objects in Slovakia and the Czech Republic are under consideration. Some more breweries might be possibly taken over in Poland as well. Moreover, an increase of the Russia investments is planned before 2005. The BBAG has already started activities in this field with a licence bottling in Kaliningrad.

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MORE AND MORE HOME BREWERS Australian beer enthusiasts could not take the introduction of an excise duty of 10 percent on their favorite drink. Therefore, they have started to brew their beer themselves again. The largest Australian supermarket chain, Woolworths, has been selling 55 percent more accessories for the home brewery since the introduction of the duty in July 2000.

Statistics and Analysis, beer production in Belarus fell by 13 percent to 237 million li ...
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