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BBII 02-08 10 Beverage trend monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

Environmental protection more important than convenience Approximately half of all consumers worldwide feel up to do without convenience aspects of packagings in favour of environmental protection. This is the result of the information and media company Nielsen in its latest worldwide study on the topic of food packagings. According to this study, environmental protection for 61 per cent of the respondents is a more important packaging criterion than easy storing or stackability (Stack and Store packagings). In a worldwide comparison, the consumers in Germany, Austria and Switzerland are above-average in this aspect. orldwide, consumers are least prepared to accept compromises in hygiene and protection, e.g. only 27 per cent of the respondents are prepared to do without packagings for the protection against contamination and touch and only 30 per cent are prepared to do without this protection against damages for the benefit of the environment. Only ...

BBII 02-08 12-17 Kosher and in Accordance with the purity Law
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KOSHER AND IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE PURITY LAW Development aid for the beer culture in Israel Our first contact was made at the drinktec 2005 in Munich. A beverage trade manager from Tel Aviv showed his interest in brewpubs. So we took a look around and, of course, there’s a lot of news in this field every year again. His interest, however, was rather theoretical, across the board, there was no concrete project. The beer culture in Israel was his matter, his hobby. So we indulged in talks and tastings rather than negotiations.

e returned to Munich again already by December, accompanied by a building promoter from the Golan Heights and a restaurant owner from Tel Aviv. They were very well informed and had a clear concept: A real brewery event, including a brewhouse made of glass. So it was clear who would be the supplier. Only Joh. Albrecht from Munich builds brewhouses

made of glass, however they are not available on stock in all sizes.

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BBII 02-08 18-21 Connection Information Flexibility
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CONNECTION, INFORMATION, FLEXIBILITY New plant information system oriented to the Weihenstephan standards The highest possible transparency with respect to processes in order to get comprehensive insight into quality, efficiency, and cost structures – that's important in any beverage operation. Of course, transparency makes the cooperation of different systems and the associated communication between these systems more important than ever. HS, with its new PMS (Plant Monitoring System), offers a production data acquisition system in the area of filling and packaging, which has the advantage over the traditional installation information system AIS primarily in that it is especially designed according to the Weihenstephan standard. This not only facilitates communications with the machines and assemblies significantly, but at the same time includes numerous additional capabilities, ensuring future proofness. For transparency, however, there is also a need for interfaces to existing I ...

BBII 02-08 22-24 Game Changing Mashing Enzymes
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A large percentage of juice producers around the world use pectinases manufactured from either submerged or solid state technology to produce and process juices. Both technologies offer advantages and disadvantages. With submerged state technology, the enzymes produced have a specific activity and very little side activity; while solid state technology produces a broad spectrum of pectinases that can be used at high pH and temperatures for a multiple applications.

ovozymes is introducing a new generation of mashing enzymes in the market that combine these two technologies to offer enzymes that perform at benchmark level and ensure higher juice yields while reducing clarification processing after press.

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Frédéric Issenhuth Global Marketing Manager for Juice and Wine at Novozymes A/S. A veteran in the juice and wine industry, he is based at the Novozymes office in Switzerland. He can be reached at frei@novozymes.com.

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BBII 02-08 25 What Counts Is Not Big But Better
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HORST DORNBUSCH REPORTS FROM THE USA BBII 0

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What Counts Is Not “Big”… But “Better” “Big” will no longer be a prerequisite in order to succeed in tomorrow’s dynamic marketplace.” Charlie Papazian, President of the Brewers Association, Boulder Colorado in the Jan/Feb 2008 edition of The New Brewer, the magazine of the American craft brew industry. “A kaleidoscope of opportunities is about to present itself,” prophesizes Papazian, “not only for the existing large companies, but for the small entrepreneurial beer business emerging throughout the world.” With the growing sophistication of the better-beer drinker in America – now comprising well over 15% of the American beer market – Papazian believes there will be plenty of new niches waiting to be filled by enterprising beermakers, domestic or foreign. Gone are the days when mega-breweries could rely blindly on their industrial brews – buttressed by vast advert ...

BBII 02-08 26-29 Colour and flavour for beverages
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COLOUR AND FLAVOUR FOR BEVERAGES Interview with Kenneth P. Manning, Sensient Technologies Sensient Technologies is a multinational enterprise with headquarters in the USA and subsidiaries in more than 30 countries. They are concerned with the development, production and marketing of colourants and flavouring agents. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL conducted an interview with the CEO of the enterprise, Kenneth P. Manning, talking about his commitment in the beverage trade, present developments and future trends. (wkl)

BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Mr. Manning, could you please introduce your enterprise in brief. Kenneth P. Manning: Sensient Technologies turned 125 years old last year, and it has always been headquartered in Milwaukee. In 1882, the enterprise started as a spirits producer with gin as a main part of the product range. Later it changed to yeast production which was a natural outgrowth. The company then went into other commodity busi ...

BBII 02-08 30-32 A Relocation within the city
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A RELOCATION WITHIN THE CITY Heineken España puts a new brewing site into operation in Sevilla Heineken España, with almost 40 percent market share, is market leader in Spain, with Sevilla being their largest production site. The brewery was in the city centre and has now been relocated to a new industrial site in the suburban area of the Sevilla district. Fernandez Haya explains in an interview with BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL the reasons and particularities of the new plant. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Mr. Fernandez Haya, how long have you been working for the Brewery Cruzcampo Fernandez Haya: I have been working for Cruzcampo since April 1974, which was taken over by Heineken in 2000. Now our official name is Brewery Heineken

España. My first steps within the company were in quality controlling and within 15 years I managed to get as far as quality manager for the “Gruppe Cruzcampo”. After that a leg as brewing master followed at ...

BBII 02-08 34-36 Everything under control with one single clip
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EVERYTHING UNDER CONTROL …WITH ONE SINGLE CLIP The new Bottle Carrier for multi packs The Bottle Carrier history starts with a beer sixpack that was supposed to be kept “bottomless” for promotional reasons – namely without cardboard packaging. Clip six bottles in the tabs of a polyethylene carrier – and that is it. For this purpose, the Bottle Carrier principle was invented in 2003 by Schoeller Wavin Systems, predecessor of today’s Schoeller Arca Systems. At the moment, the first products of Gerolsteiner, the German market leader in mineral water, are introduced in 1.5 l and 1 l bottles in the new carrier system.

erolsteiner Brunnen was a development partner for the new carrier and packaging system. Carolinenbrunnen of Bielefelder Wüllner Mineralquellen, Germany, and Peterstaler Mineralquellen, from the Black Forest in Germany had started the serial production of 1.5 litre bottles in the carrier on a regional basis already some time before. With a “very pos ...

BBII 02-08 37 Interpack Processes and Packaging 2008
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INTERPACK PROCESSES AND PACKAGING 2008 The world’s No. 1 packaging fair opens its doors From 24 to 30 April 2008, the international packaging industry will get together in Düsseldorf at the biggest interpack event ever staged. Spread across 19 halls, interpack will fill the Düsseldorf Trade Fair Center to capacity. Launched in 1958, interpack will celebrate its 50th anniversary with a fair of superlatives. A new record in terms of participations is also expected.

ver interpack’s seven-day run, visitors will not only have the full encyclopaedia of the latest processes and packaging trends in such segments as foods and beverages, pharmaceuticals and cosmetics laid out before them, but also have opportunities to forge new contacts in the sector. As the world’s No. 1 packaging fair, interpack 2008 will showcase innovations for every link in the value chain.

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BBII 02-08 38-41 Interpack 2008 - Products and Innovations
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INTERPACK 2008 – PRODUCTS AND INNOVATIONS Atlantic C: Packing, unpacking and palletising Atlantic C, engineering enterprise and supplier of complete production lines from Bernkastel-Kues will demonstrate which optimisation potential can still be developed in the dry zones of the food and beverage industry at the example of some interesting case studies.

The Bitburger brewery e.g. has started operating a central outer package plant which unpacks bottles packed in cases of 24 offline, packs them again in sixpacks and puts them on trays or cases again afterwards. Peter Mertes winery, one of the largest wine cellars in Germany uses a high capacity pusher with up to 30 000 bottles per hour. Apart from the usual industrial glass pallets, Euro pallets can also be processed. Hall 17, stand B 23

BBull Technology: Quality assurance with optical systems The BBull Technology group, Königsbach-Stein, is a specialist for control systems, sorting and distribution technolo ...

BBII 02-08 3 THE CLIMATE CHANGES
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

Verlagssitz Schloss Mindelburg

THE CLIMATE CHANGES Recently it happened! In Great Britain, in one of the largest markets. The British BBC examined the economical – and particular ecological – influences of bottled water in a panorama broadcast. The producers of the broadcast come to the striking result that one litre of French mineral water – consumed in the United Kingdom – causes 600 times more CO2 emissions than one litre of tap water. Several politicians on the spot thus seized the opportunity to excoriate bottled water. All this resulted in a vivid debate which even continues in numerous Internet forums. On one end of the spectrum of opinions, it is pointed out that bottled water causes less than 0.1 per cent of the total British CO2 emissions. The discussions are dismissed and said to be staged by persons who are occasionally even called “Ecolo-Nazis” (long live the verbal faux pas). On the opposite ...

BBII 02-08 42-46 Fresh from the water
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FRESH FROM THE WATER Cold water disinfection by means of diamond ozonization It is an indispensable necessity for beverage industry producers to make water available which is in accordance with the Drinking Water Ordinance. As an important raw material, water with its varying qualities is constantly subject to supervision and therefore also to procedural optimisation. Esau & Hueber, an enterprise situated in Schrobenhausen, Germany, have developed a system which guarantees the sterility of the medium with the help of a dynamic water disinfection method based on a modular structure. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL discussed the method of cold water disinfection through diamond ozonization with Christoph Sedlaczek, authorised representative and business executive and Georg Fottner, manager of the Super-Clean Media Technology Department. ore than 20 years ago, the pharmaceutical trade managed to get access to the Super-Clean Media Technology due to the experience made with s ...

BBII 02-08 47 American journalists at Mindelburg Castle
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American journalists at Mindelburg Castle Every two years, the Bavarian State Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry traditionally invites American top journalists to Bavaria. In cooperation with the Bavarian Brewers Association in Munich, the journalists are made familiar with the Bavarian art of brewing on a round trip through Bavaria. They visit both selected breweries of all sizes and worldwide active ancillary industries exporting Bavarian engineering products such as beverage bottling plants, labelling machines, brewhouses, but also raw materials such as special malts, or hops from the Hallertau worldwide. This round trip naturally includes a visit to Mindelburg Castle where the publishing house Verlag W. Sachon is situated. Beneath the BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL, Verlag W. Sachon produces six more trade journals for the worldwide brewing and beverage industry, not only in English, but also in German, Spanish and Chinese. The American journalists were impressed b ...

BBII 02-08 48-49 Brewing at the Edge of the Reinheitsgebot
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BREWING AT THE EDGE OF THE REINHEITSGEBOT A bock-strength Altbier – aged in Bourbon casks On July 23, 2007, Oliver Honsel, brewmaster at the Weyermann Malting Company pilot brewery in Bamberg, Germany, mashed in two batches of an unconventional brew – a bock-strength Altbier. The beer was hopped with Hallertauer Herkules and its original gravity was kept deliberately high at 17° Plato. After five days of primary fermentation in steel tanks, at 15 to 17°C (59 to 63°F), the brew had reached its final gravity of about 4.5° Plato, and Honsel racked it into two 190-liter casks. modern New World craft brewers have adopted the old British technique of cask-conditioning, but have added their own funky, free-style variations to the practice by recycling barrels that have seen prior use in the wine and spirits industry.

he casks were unusual, because they had previously been used as ageing vessels for Bourbon, the American cornbased whiskey. The casks were made from medium- ...

BBII 02-08 50-51 Doemens News
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Doemens web-based Concise Course recommended by IBD The cooperation between Doemens and the Siebel Institute of Brewing in Chicago (World Brewing Academy) is so successful that the last course of the twelve weeks Diploma Program last year and the following course in this springtime are fully booked. Another success can be noticed: Also the web-based Program meanwhile enjoys many attendants. We currently have 30 online users recorded. And above all, we are particularly proud of the fact that this “Web-based Training Program” was recommended as an “acknowledged preparatory course” by the “Institute for Brewing and Distilling” (IBD) for your final exams. In a statement, the WBA emphasises that it had predominantly dealt with a suitable global training offer for the brewing industry via Internet already prior to the establishment of the web-based WBA Concise Course for brewing technology. Now, the IBD officially recommended exactly this preparatory course for the final exams ...

BBII 02-08 52 Beverage Innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS 24 CTU High-octane drama fuels the worldwide hit television series “24.” In the series, agent Jack Bauer of the U.S. Counter Terrorism Unit – CTU – races against the clock to defeat international enemies in just one day.

from acidic to basic. The new, water-soluble natural blue colorant exhibits a shelf-stable blue hue at pH 5.5 to 8.0; whereas, anthocyanins normally demonstrate a feded and unstable purple hue at pH 5.5. In addition, colorMaker has developed naturally derived, water-soluble green colorants by adding a variety of yellow colorants to its natural blue colorant. For further information: www.naturalcolors.com www.colormaker.com

SPORTS DRINK FOR WOMEN Coca-Cola launches in Germany the new “Gatorade Sportswater”, a functional sports drink for women. The new product is addressed to active women who want to supply their body quicker with water during workouts. Due to its special formulation, Gatorade Sportswater claims ...

BBII 02-08 53 International Events
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INTERNATIONAL EVENTS WORLD BREWING ACADEMY CONCISE COURSE IN BREWING TECHNOLOGY With the rapid change of pace occurring in international brewing, people working in this challenging industry need a bedrock of understanding in brewing technology to help their careers grow in the years ahead. A partnership of the Siebel Institute of Technology and Doemens Academy, the World Brewing Academy is proud to present the English-language WBA Concise Course in Brewing Technology (June 2-13, 2008) at the Doemens Academy facility in Munich, Germany. Designed and presented by some of the industry’s most experienced educators, the 2-week WBA Concise Course provides students with comprehensive training in brewing technical theory, the dynamics of brewery operations, and the science behind the creation of consistently excellent beer. The content mix of the Concise Course deals with each of the key areas of brewing technology including raw materials, brewhouse operations, yeast management, fermentati ...

BBII 02-08 54-55 Allied Industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES UNPACKING FILM-WRAPPED PALLETS FULLY AUTOMATICALLY The permanent, tedious manual unpacking of film-wrapped pallets is connected with remarkable costs and always brings along the risk of injuries for the employees. Especially for this purpose, the manufacturer of packaging systems, MSK, has developed a unique and fully automatic unwrapping machine which unpacks up to 60 pallets per hour fully automatically in a gentle way. The MSK Defotech uses a patented unwrapping method which winds off the film of the pallet with the help of a flexibly fitted winding spindle and then passes it on for recycling. If required, it also gently shifts displaced loads back into its correct position. The machine is ideal in cases of space constraints, because it unwraps the pallets even in small

and narrow places. It easily adapts to the existent system of flow of material and can even be linked smoothly with third-party products. While the MSK Defotech originally was conceive ...

BBII 02-08 6-9 World News
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WORLD NEWS EUROPE

New EBC web-site With the move of EBC from its previous headquarters in Zoeterwoude (The Netherlands) to Brussels at the end of 2007, the web domain ebc-nl.com had lost its relevance. A new web-site with the address www.europeanbreweryconvention.org has been designed and a new look and feel given to it. “We have endeavoured to reflect EBC’s new role as the scientific and technological arm of the Brewers of Europe through the new site”, dommented John Brauer, EBC Executive Officer. A section termed “Visit Us” has been included to offer helpful information to those wishing to come to Brussels for Brewers of Europe/EBC meetings. Additionally, there will be areas on the site accessible to the members of the various EBC committees and groups to be used as a resource centre.

GERMANY/BRAZIL

Döhler with major Brazilian investment With the majority of worldwide soft drinks, both established products and new launches, involving c ...
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