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BBII 03-05 10-17 International brewing methods
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INTERNATIONAL BREWING METHODS Current raw materials and additives Strict regulations for beer ingredients, like they are stipulated in the German purity law, are in this form – except for Greece – worldwide unique. International brewing methods thus contain a broad repertoire of applicable raw materials and additives, the admissibility of which can be very different, depending on every single country. The following article will deal with current established production methods for malt and beer production.

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he German purity law of 1516, which is the oldest food law in today’s European Union, obliges German breweries to use only water, malt, hop and yeast (was added later, because in 1516, the decisive importance of yeast for the fermentation process was

Josef Englmann A-levels and study as graduate engineer for brewing and beverage technology. Two years of experience in the industry. Since 1979 consulting engineer at the research centre for b ...

BBII 03-05 18-22 Crowned with success
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CROWNED WITH SUCCESS Soft drink bottling at Zbyszko Zbysko, one of Poland’s five largest soft drink bottling operations, bottles all its brand products in PET. The reason is simple: Poland’s consumers want to drink premium beverages out of this convenient style of packaging. Zbyszko invested in a new KHS line especially to fill large-size PET bottles, coupled with an even greater investment involving a new site and new production buildings.

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onfidence in its own success and plenty of courage – this is the tale told by Zbyszko’s story of success. It was in 1993 when Zbyszek Bojanowicz put his plans into action by founding a soft drink bottling operation called Zbyszko. The focus was initially on franchise

bottling. “I very quickly realized,” said Zbyszek Bojanowicz, “that one thing above all others is necessary in order to achieve outstanding success. Our own brand.” Brands, brands, and more brands is the very clear corporate philos ...

BBII 03-05 24-27 Citrus products from jagueey grande
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CITRUS PRODUCTS FROM JAGÜEY GRANDE

Success story of a Cuban fruit juice company Not only is Cuba a tourist attraction worth to be visited, it also features technically interesting companies which invite you to a visit. This was the experience made by the participants in the IFU congress which took place in Havanna, Cuba in February 2000. In the background of this world congress of the international fruit juice union, among other things, the citrus company Héroes de Girón, better known as Jagüey Grande was paid a visit. Meanwhile the enterprise has advanced, a reason for our editorial team to interview the management body of Jagüey Grande in the context of another visit to Cuba. (bu)

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f you drive on the motorway number 1 leading through Cuba in a central direction from Havanna to the south-east, it becomes already obvious after about 100 km that citrus products arguably play an important role in the Cuban agriculture. Largest citrus plantation ...

BBII 03-05 28-31 Maximum yields
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MAXIMUM YIELDS Fruit juice production with belt filter presses Due to keen international competition producers of fruit juices and concentrates have to produce high-quality juice despite relatively small margins. This requires best utilization of the raw material together with lowest investment and operating costs for the whole production plant. So, the extraction system occupies a key position in a fruit processing factory. The result achieved by the press cannot be enhanced in the subsequent stages of production, i.e. a loss in percentage points in the pressing process cannot be compensated afterwards.

Juice extraction systems Now essentially two systems correspond to today’ s standard of technology. There are on the one hand horizontal presses and on the other hand belt filter presses. Despite the efforts of decanter manufacturers they have not conquered a substantial share of the market for core fruits extraction systems. A modern extraction system has to meet numer ...

BBII 03-05 32-33 The sweeteners opportunity
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THE SWEETENERS OPPORTUNITY Making the most of the supply chain Working with sweetening systems is an increasingly complex challenge. There was a time when food and drink manufacturers relied on crystalline sucrose for most of their sweetening needs, but today other caloric sweeteners such as fructose and glucose are important components of many products, and low calorie sweeteners, including aspartame, sucralose and saccharin are often used in combination with sugars. The choice of a sweetening system has important consequences for production, quality control, and purchasing, as well as for the appeal of the finished product to consumers.

Planning the approach The process of identifying the right sweetening solution for a particular product should be based on a thorough understanding of the needs of the different stake-holders involved in a project. Product developers, production managers, logistics experts, planners, and purchasers all have a role to play in responding t ...

BBII 03-05 34-35 Global presence
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GLOBAL PRESENCE How InBev builds up the beer brand Brahma worldwide There are still a lot of “white patches” on the map of the worldwide approach of Brahma. But three quarters of a year after the fusion of Interbrew and AmBev, the appearance of the Brazilian beer brand abroad demonstrates the global brew alliance´s urge for economic expansion.

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part from Skol, (which also belongs to InBev) Brahma, the second largest beer brand of the South-American country is supposed to be offered in France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Luxembourg and Great Britain, as well as in the USA, Canada, Russia and Ukraine in the first phase of the aspired global expansion. Spain, Portugal and Italia will follow later. Apart from Brazil, Brahma has already been sold in Argentina, Venezuela and five smaller countries. “By the end of 2005, the brand will be positioned in two dozen territories outside Brazil”, company spokesman Flavio Sampaio assures. This means

Dr. L ...

BBII 03-05 36-37 New german hop sort folder
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NEW GERMAN HOP SORT FOLDER A short interview with the CMA The Centrale MarketingGesellschaft der Deutschen Agrarwirtschaft mbH (CMA) and the German hop plant association Verband Deutscher Hopfenpflanzer e. V. presented a jointly produced hop sort folder at the Bavarian brewers association Brauer-Bund in Munich, which is also available in English. Our editorial team from BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL interviewed Steffen Reiter, export marketing CMA, about the intentions behind this new issue. (hof) BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Mr. Reiter, could you please briefly describe the background for the production of the hop sort folder!

For further information about the service offers of the CMA and the hop sort folder, please contact Steffen Reiter. email: steffen.reiter@cma.de.

Steffen Reiter: The prior edition of the hop sort folder was getting a bit long in the tooth – not only in respect of its design but also in respect of the hop ...

BBII 03-05 38-43 Drinktec 2005
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DRINKTEC 2005 On course for a record-breaking event drinktec is the world fair for beverages and liquid food technology. Every four years, all the major manufacturers (suppliers) meet up here with all the key producers, wholesalers and retailers of beverages and liquid food products.The fair is also regarded as the number one platform for launching new products. The entire production chain is represented there: drinktec 2005 takes place from 12 to 17 September 2005 at the New Munich Trade Fair Centre.

Exhibitors from all over the world drinktec 2005 is on course to set new records on all fronts. The fair is expected to attract around 1,400 exhibitors from 52 countries, and around 80,000 visitors from over 130 countries. And, with 136,000 square metres of exhibition space, this event in 2005 will be the biggest drinktec ever seen in Munich. Particularly strongly represented among the international exhibitors are Austria, Belgium, the Czech Republic, France, Great Britain, ...

BBII 03-05 3 Welcome in Munich
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

Schloß Mindelburg Verlagsgruppe Sachon

WELCOME IN MUNICH If someone takes a look at the job offers, he or she will notice that “international experience” is becoming more and more important almost everywhere. That is why it is absolutely advisable for young people to gain experience abroad, at least for a short time. It would be best to gain this experience already during their study. The publishing house Verlag W. Sachon has set itself the target to support young German and foreign university graduates with their efforts to gain experience abroad. Already in May 2005, we invited four students of the Technical University Munich-Weihenstephan and the VLB Berlin to participate in the EBC Congress in Prague, which is the biggest European event of the brewing industry. As the response to this student sponsoring project was positive, we decided to further pursue this idea. The next event was the International Fruit J ...

BBII 03-05 44-47 drinktec showcase
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drinktec showcase Alfa Laval: Membrane filtration equipment

Branchware & Partner: Software for Rating

The Swedish multi-national engineering group Alfa Laval will premiere a number of innovations for the brewing and beverage industries. Most noteworthy is the addition of a portfolio of membrane filtration equipment. Besides Cross-Flow-Filtration, which importance for the brewing industry will be underlined, the company will also present sterile and trap-filtration solutions as well as technologies for low alcohol beer production and a system for beer recovery from tank bottoms, both based on membrane technology.

Enterprises are well advised if they can produce “evidence” for their bank apart from balances, business management evaluation etc. in order to demonstrate that they master the operational business. The trade BRANCHWARE© software secures the handling of the day trade in topical Client-Server-Technology (NET) in breweries, mineral wells ...

BBII 03-05 48-51 Gripping competition of the big in a small country
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GRIPPING COMPETITION OF THE BIG IN A SMALL COUNTRY Developments on the Bulgarian beer market On the beer market in Bulgaria, the little country in Southeast Europe, the giants of the international beer industry are competing for market shares; in this competition, the breweries that are in Bulgarian possession find it difficult to stand their ground. “The Greek drink their glass of beer in Bulgaria” – this headline of the newsagency Novinite in Sofia, which appeared on August 13th 2004, described the astonishing phenomenon, that the bilateral border traffic at the Kulata passage at the beginning of the

example, half a litre of beer in Athens cost up to 4 euros during the Olympic Summer Games, it cost only 1 Bulgarian Lew (0.50 euro) during the summer season at the Black Sea coast of Bulgaria.

Olympic Summer Games in Athens circulated much stronger from Greece to Bulgaria than vice versa. The cause for the fact that the Greek drink their beer in Bulgaria ...

BBII 03-05 52-57 6 Petnology forum
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At the sixth PETnology forum in Berlin, more than 200 participants from 18 countries seized the opportunity to get information about current developments in the packaging sector. (Source: PETnology GmbH)

6. PETNOLOGY FORUM Meeting increasing market demand with innovation PETnology GmbH hosted the sixth PETnology Forum entitled “PET Challenges: new markets, new products, more competition”. More than 200 experts and top tier managers from the PET packaging and drinks industry met to exchange ideas within the broad framework of a market and technology-orientated conference programme, which highlighted technological advances and chances for development in PET packaging. The industry’s key players revealed that they are meeting increasing market requirements with a range of different strategies, but with only one real answer: Innovation.

PET with future potential

The conversation with Dr. Margit Pietzke, editor-in-chief BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUST ...

BBII 03-05 58-61 Keep it clear
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KEEP IT CLEAR BASF and beer stabilisation BASF is producing the Divergan® brand for beer, wine, tea and apple juice stabilisation. The Global Beverage Processing Polymers Group is led by Gero Spika from Germany. We asked him to talk about market and applications of PVPP in the global brewery sector and to describe PVPP as stabiliser. (pz/bu) BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Mr Spika, could you please tell us something about regional differences in the global beer stabilisation market. Gero Spika: In Europe, the beer production 2004 in this region was about 528 m hl. Russia is still a growing market with approx. 85 m hl and grew in the last years with an average rate of seven to ten per cent. The strong consolidation process is continuing. Brewing groups like Heineken and InBev continue to acquire breweries in Europe. Traditionally the stabilisation market in Europe is strong for PVPP. Depending on the size of the brewery, they use one way polyvinylpyrrolidone (PVPP) or < ...

BBII 03-05 62-63 Pure source
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PURE SOURCE Fully automated water treatment system in Tusnad Tusnad-Sat in Romania is famous for its several mineral water springs. The natural spring water “Tusnad” meets the quality requirements in conformity with EEC directives regarding natural spring water production. The management of Apemin Usnad S.A. decided to launch a new spring water named Izvorul Ascuns – Hidden Spring. To assure the quality of the pure source, the company recently installed a Pall filtration unit.

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André Galid

High quality as key objective

Country Manager of Pall Austria since 26 years, responsible for Eastern European countries for the offices and distributors for all business lines, in the last three years focusing on the Food and Beverage market (especially water).

Birgit Lehr Dipl. Chemist, has been with Pall GmbH SeitzSchenk, Bad Kreuznach/Germany, since 1998. Starting as an application engineer chemical/ pharmaceutical sector), she ...

BBII 03-05 64-66 Problematic filamentous bacteria
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PROBLEMATIC FILAMENTOUS BACTERIA Process optimisation by using gene probes in brewery wastewater One of the main components of beer alongside of hops, yeast and barley malt, is water. Water makes up around 92 per cent of beer and is also used in breweries for cooling and cleaning. In brewery wastewater, the presence of well-known micro-organisms is almost completely excluded due to the high organic load. In contrast, filamentous organisms often cause the problems. In order to replace the cost-intensive trial-and-error methods used to solve the process malfunctions with specific and successful strategies, it is necessary to unequivocally identify the bacteria present in the plant. With the help of molecular-biological gene probe technology, a simple method of detection has been eveloped. It allows the fast and specific identification of individual filamentous bacteria.

regulatory bodies for the discharge of industrial wastewater, it is necessary to treat the wastewater com ...

BBII 03-05 6-7 World news
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WORLD NEWS EUROPE

GERMANY

ASIA PACIFIC

EBC elects Prof. Methner Vice Chairman

Punica taken over by PepsiCo

Brent Willis new InBev Zone President

In its meeting held on 17 May 2005, the EBC Brewing science Group elected Prof. Dr.-Ing. Frank-Jürgen Methner (TU Berlin, Germany) Vice Chairman of the Group.

PepsiCo has completed the takeover of Punica Getränke GmbH on July 13, 2005. With immediate effect, the fruit nectar and juice producer belongs to the PepsiCo soft drinks family. Thus, PepsiCo Germany is extending its beverage portfolio strengthening its leading position in the soft drink and fruit nectar segment at the same time. With this purchase, the enterprise has also expanded on an international level and established itself as one of the largest suppliers of fruit juices and nectar beverages.

InBev appoints Brent Willis as Zone President Asia Pacific, effective September 1st, 2005. ...

BBII 03-05 68-69 Reject recovery reverse osmosis
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REJECT RECOVERY REVERSE OSMOSIS Treating brewing liquor seriously All but the very strongest beers contain at least 90 per cent by volume of water and the quality of that water will have an impact, either for good or ill, on the final product. When brewing becomes tricky, Brewers are increasingly turning to the water treatment industry for help in getting the brewing liquor right. This article reviews the state of the art of brewing liquor treatment and at some of the pitfalls that can be avoided by careful design.

Regional brands brewed with “global” water Over the last couple of decades, brewing has become a truly international business, so it is absolutely vital that products produced under the same label anywhere in the world have the same characteristics. Brewers have, for centuries, been acutely aware of the importance of the nature and quality of their brewing liquor to the taste of their product, and advertised its origins with names like Burton ale, Munich be ...

BBII 03-05 70-73 Perfect CO2 measurement
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PERFECT CO2 MEASUREMENT Exact data at Halewood for “Lambrini“ and ”Red Square” Lambrini and Red Square are typical representatives of socalled ready to drink beverages. In Germany however, these beverage types had a clear drop in sales due to a compulsory tax, but in the rest of Europe, the fruity sweet, alcoholic mixtures made of lemonade, spirits and several ingredients, are very popular. The forerunner and trigger for this wave was Halewood Ltd. from Liverpool. The two most important brands are “Lambrini” and “Red Square” which are being sold worldwide in 31 countries. For the exact determination and control of the CO2 content, Halewood uses the expertise and engineering of Dr.Thiedig + Co., Berlin.

Continuous inline measurement of carbon dioxide.

From Liverpool into the world In 1978, John Halewood founded his company in Yorkshire. Today, based near Liverpool, more than 1 500 people work worldwide for the producer of several big alcoholic b ...

BBII 03-05 74-75 CO2 recovery up to date
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CO2 RECOVERY UP TO DATE Plant modernization at Plzensky Prazdroj a.s. (Pilsner Urquell) The Plzensky Prazdroj brewery owned by SABMiller consists of two breweries – Plzensky Prazdroj and Gambrinus. Plzensky Prazdroj produces ca. 5,5 million hl of beer per year. With the support of South African Breweries the brewery has undergone significant modernization in recent years, especially with respect to quality aspects related to production. One of main topics for the brewery was the desired consistent use of CO2 of highest quality throughout the production process in order to protect beer from the intake of oxygen. A Haffmans Audit of the existing CO2 recovery technology pinpointed the key areas for improvement.

Raised demands The first task in the course of the plant modernization at Plzensky Prazdroj brewery was to improve the quality of CO2. Traditional CO2 plants deliver typically CO2 with end purity of 99,97 per cent CO2 with an oxygen concentration 60 to 90 ppm. In ad ...

BBII 03-05 76-77 Fresh and stable
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FRESH AND STABLE Combined beer stabilisation in Down Under The Tooheys Brewery belongs to the large Lion Nathan brewery group which operates ten breweries in Australia (7 m hl, 2004) and New Zealand (1.7 m hl, 2004). The Tooheys Brewery was granted the first brewing license in 1869 and mainly produced dark ales at that time. Today, Tooheys produces nine different sorts of beer near the former olympic village in Sydney with an annual output of more than 3 m hl. The installation of a regenerative beer stabilisation system has become essential from an economic point of view, as the beers had hitherto been stabilised without regeneration.

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ooheys in Sidney invested in a new beer stabilisation system in 2004. The catalogue of requirements which had been established for this, among other things, contained the following items: – Low current costs, – short amortisation time and – fully automatic operation. Moreover, the compatibility with future filtration syst ...

BBII 03-05 78-82 Minimising rinsing residues
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MINIMISING RINSING RESIDUES Mechanical effects in bottle cleaning machines with straight jet and cross flow injection technology Generally, the success of a technical cleaning process is influenced by the four parameters of the Sinter circle: cleaning time, cleaning temperature, concentration of the cleaning agents applied and mechanical effects. Partly, these parameters can be compensated mutually. As a consequence, the parameters of temperature (heat energy) and chemical products concentration can be reduced, due to improved mechanical effects in terms of saving resources, environmental protection and reduction of legal expenses. This idea ought to be picked up as a basic principle for cleaning methods, such as cleaning-in-place (CIP) and bottle cleaning. Following is an exemplary study about the mechanical effects during rinsing in the automatic bottle cleaning process.

The problem of residues

be found in the so-called residual drop [5]. Substances that are ...

BBII 03-05 83 For the first time
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FOR THE FIRST TIME, YOUNG SCIENTISTS WERE AWARDED HENRICH-FUNKE-PSCHORR FOUNDATION AWARD The roots of the Henrich-Funke-Pschorr foundation can be traced back to the year 1901, when the councillor of commerce, Carl Henrich, established a foundation which, from this time on, paid attention to the support of needy staff members. The initial aim of the foundation has in the meantime been changed, and today, the foundation concentrates on the support of brewing science. The foundation award honours excellent achievements in the brewing industry, which suggest that they are going to influence the practice to a high degree or that they have led or are going to lead to qualitative or economic improvements. The award which is endowed with 3 000 6 goes (to equal parts) to Dr.-Ing. Tobias Voigt and Dipl.-Ing. Axel Kather. Their works with the topic “standards of the Weihenstephan brewery for operational data recording for beverage filling plants” were carried out at the chair for food packa ...

BBII 03-05 84-87 Meeting place of european brewers
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MEETING PLACE OF EUROPEAN BREWERS

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30th EBC-congress in Prague It was a bit of an anniversary to be celebrated by the European brewing industry: It was the 30th time that scientists, technicians and technologists met at the Hilton Hotel in the Czech capital to exchange their experience and scientific knowledge. Apart from a mainly scientific and technical three days´ lecture programme, the participants in the congress had the opportunity of asking the subcontracting industry about their latest innovations in the exhibition halls. Some of the 117 exhibitors registered in the list of participants, however, were unlucky as far as the exhibition space was concerned: While a part of the space bordered on the congress halls in the open, a fact which was very much appreciated, the other part of the exhibitors had to content themselves with a side wing on the 2nd floor of the hotel. It was indeed very shady there compared with the exhibition space in the open, but r ...

BBII 03-05 8 Real juice makes sweet progress
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

Real juice makes sweet progress When set in a global context, not from concentrate 100 % juice (NFC juice) is a relatively small category within the soft drinks industry and, due to its relatively higher selling price in comparison to other juice categories, it is seen as a premium product in most countries. This is reflected in the latest research findings from Euromonitor International, which show a high disparity between volume and value sales, where NFC juice accounts for 10 % of the total global volume sales of juices and 14 % of value sales. Globally, NFC juice has also experienced strong growth in both total volume (68 %) and value sales (64 %) between 1997 and 2004, largely outperforming the overall growth in the juice industry (volume 42 % and value 42 %) during the same period. The main contributing factor to growth in demand for NFC juice is the health and wellness trend, with consumers seeking healthier products with natural ingredients ...
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