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BBII 04-09 100-101 Doemens News
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Dear readers,

World Brewing Academy

Within the scope of the strategic reorientation, the executive committee of Doemens e.V. decided to place the responsibility for the seminar offer on me from November 1st 2009. I am very much looking forward to this new task and would like to introduce myself to all readers of Doemens news already today.

Review 2008/2009

After my apprenticeship as brewer and maltster, I began to study “Brewing Science and Beverage Technology” at the TU München in Weihenstephan. Afterwards, I worked as an assistant at the chair in technology at brewery II and did my doctorate in the subject gushing in 1998. Within the scope of my activities as an assistant, I gained experience in training, research and consulting. Since 2001 I have worked as first master brewer and technical director in the brewery Flötzinger in Rosenheim. While I worked as an assistant at the chair in technology at brewery II, I have always had ...

BBII 04-09 102-103 Beverage Innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS ARIZONA AND NESTLÉ PARTNER TO LAUNCH ORGANIC TEA WATERS Arizona Beverages has partnered with Nestlé Waters North America to create Arizona Tea Waters. This new line of low-calorie, tea-infused waters is certified organic by the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) and combines the anti-

tiated by raspberry or turquoise labels depicting in a stylised manner the natural, organic landscape from which the water is drawn. Pack sizes are 750 ml and 330 ml. The new brand is positioned to appeal to hotels and restaurants needing a pouring water with a fashionable and refreshing feel, and is designed to complement the other brands in the range, which includes Ty Nant Natural Mineral Water and Tau Spring Water.

GATORADE LAUNCHES NEW BLACKCURRANT FLAVOUR Gatorade is to a launch a classic British flavour exclusively to the UK – blackcurrant. New blackcurrant flavour will contain no artificial colours, flavours or sweeteners and no preservatives, in ...

BBII 04-09 104-105 Allied Industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES PET BOTTLE WITH SWING STOPPER Edard presents an inedited concept: a PET bottle equipped with a swing stopper.

“biogas reactor” is that it can also be relocated to other locations for demonstration purposes due to its compact construction. According to the company, the technology can be transferred to breweries of very different sizes, with immediate effect. For further information: www.atres.info

VERSAFLEXTM MELTBLOWN POLYPROPYLENE FILTER

The bottle with its swing stopper is available as a preform, or as a blown bottle, in 50 cl and 100 cl for beers and sodas (Drinktec Munich: Hall A4, Stand 113). Further information: www.edard.com

STAATSBRAUEREI WEIHENSTEPHAN WITH CONTAINER BIOGAS PLANT With the inauguration of the ENBAFERM biogas plant at the brewery Staatsbrauerei Weihenstephan, the first pilot plant for the generation of high-quality biogas of brewery residual materials

Pentair Industrial introduces ...

BBII 04-09 10 Beverage trend monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

Economic crisis and melamine scandal lead to slowdown in dairy drinks market Overall growth in the global dairy drinks market slowed to just 0.5 per cent in 2008 (from 2.4 per cent in 2007) according to recent research by beverage industry specialists, Canadean Limited.

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eteriorating economic conditions coupled with the impact and after effects of the melamine scandal in Asia (which now accounts for 45.2 per cent of entire global demand) have been the primary reasons for the slowdown in growth.

White Milk remains by far the most important category overall accounting for 79.4 per cent of total global dairy drinks demand in 2008 or just under 200 billion litres. Growth in this category halved from 0.6 to 0.3 per cent in 2008.

The Asian market witnessed the most marked deterioration – with total volumes expanding at just 0.5 per cent in 2008 compared with 5.1 per cent in 2007. The overall situation was ...

BBII 04-09 12-15 Landmann group 170 years
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LANDMANN GROUP 170 YEARS Company profile of an extraordinary enterprise If an enterprise can look back on 50 or even 100 years of existence, it will gain recognition and acceptance in our fast-moving age. If an enterprise such as the Landmann group can look back on 170 years of company history, this recognition is accompanied by a healthy amount of curiosity. How could this enterprise meet the challenges of all these difficult political and economic periods of time and survive over its long lasting development This anniversary was good enough a reason for us to take a visit to the Landmann group of companies in Brazil which resulted in a company portrait including interesting reviews of the past and exciting details related to the business in the present. (Bu) f you talk about an enterprise that celebrates its 170 th anniversary, you naturally must include a review of its history: In 1828, the two brothers Heinrich and Lazarus Landmann started to trade with hops at Scheinfeld in Bava ...

BBII 04-09 16-18 Innovations in filtration focus on the wine industry
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INNOVATIONS IN FILTRATION FOCUS ON THE WINE INDUSTRY Cost reduction by filtration Every single day, we face the challenge of cutting costs while maintaining consistently high quality. What short-term options are now available to reduce filtration costs and to optimize processes in order to minimize costs over the long run

Automatic Filtration Line (Reinberg Winerie, Bingen, Germany)

any possibilities for scaling back filtration costs have been discussed in the past, and a number of approaches can be taken. This article cites examples of the approach and technologies implemented at a German winery based in Bingen on the Rhine, Rheinberg Kellerei GmbH.

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State of the art For cellar filtration, crossflow systems with hollow-fiber or spiral-wound filter modules are the current state of the art in most wineries. In these wineries, the last filtration step upstream of bottling is performed using a prefilter

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BBII 04-09 20-21 Wet cold or hot
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WET, COLD OR HOT Processing and production of labelling adhesives Beneo-Bio Based Chemicals (-BBC) is a Belgian-based company that groups the non-food activities within the Beneo-Group, founded end 2007. The latter forms a part of the Special Products segment of the German Südzucker Group, world market leader in sugar production. (Referring to the aspect) As regards non-food, the company is – amongst other activities – dealing with the adhesive businessof the former Remy-Industries (nowadays called “Beneo-Remy”), well known since the beginning of the 20th century for its development, production and sales of a complementary product range of aqueous industrial adhesives. ithin this new structure and organisation, a clear mission and focus for the adhesive activity has been defined. Focus lies on the beverage industry and its needs for high performance labelling adhesives.

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Indeed, the needs of breweries, mineral water and soft-drink bottlers, wineries ...

BBII 04-09 22-33 Successful partners in bangkok
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SUCCESSFUL PARTNERS IN BANGKOK ProPak Asia and VLB Conference very much approved by brewing and beverage industry Someone who has thoroughly observed the international activities of German universities and research and training centres during the last years will certainly have recognised that the VLB Berlin has widely extended its international activities. After successful events, particularly in Russia, and an increasingly strong presence in South America, particularly in Brazil, a venue in the booming market in Southeast Asia had to be found. Here, the ProPak Asia in Bangkok was a good chance as it has permanently grown during the last years and again reached its capacities this year. Meanwhile, ProPak Asia does not only offer packaging machines but also complete plants for the brewing and beverage industry. Here, a conclusion can already be drawn: The VLB Conference in Bangkok which was held in the same building as the ProPak Asia and which was attended by 220 participants was gre ...

BBII 04-09 34-37 Great events in Bangkok
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One of the optical highlights was the stand of the company Ziemann. Elegant, very dominant but yet representing lightness, the trade fair stand attracted the visitors’ attention.

With more than 220 participants, the first VLB Conference in Bangkok was a great success. In 2011, this event is again going to take place in parallel with the ProPak Asia.

GREAT EVENTS IN BANGKOK Pictures of ProPak Asia and VLB Conference 2009

A wonderful atmosphere created by the traditional Thai music …

… and a wonderful location directly at one of the typical clongs. Together with the VLB Berlin, the trade fair association had stylishly invited to the Walter Thompson House, which contains a silk museum today.

Sometimes, it’s a small world: Robert Kulozik (left), one of the three “Ziemann for young talents” participants, met Jorn Ulrich Martenka in Bangkok, with whom he studied at the TUM-Weihenstephan. Today, Martenka works as a mast ...

BBII 04-09 38-43 When a small company thinks big
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WHEN A SMALL COMPANY THINKS BIG The Global Reach of Weyermann ® When people think of “Made in Germany,” the products that most likely come to mind are cars, machinery, solar technology, and IT, but probably not brewing raw materials. Yet, Germany ranks not only as the leading supplier of hops – growing about one-third of the entire world supply of hops – but also as a top supplier of quality specialty malts. These are made from some of the finest two-row summer brewing barley as well as brewing wheat grown anywhere. (Horst Dornbusch)

Internationally, one malting company in particular, Weyermann® of Bamberg, has quietly, over the past few decades, evolved into the world’s largest specialty malt producer. Today Weyermann® supplies about 3 000 brewery and food-industry customers in 115 countries with more than 80 different malt products, from caramel, to chocolate, to roasted, to smoked – ranging in colour

from pale, to amber, to brown, to black. I ...

BBII 04-09 3 Gaining market share in a crisis
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GAINING MARKET SHARE IN A CRISIS In a recession, market shares tend to experience much greater swings than they do in times of economic growth. This is a generally accepted axiom. Recently, however, the German Market Research Institute GfK (Gesellschaft für Konsumgüterforschung in Deutschland) in Nuremberg decided, to put this hypothesis to a reality test. For the research, GfK distinguished between “winner brands” and “loser brands,” whereby it defined a “winner” as a brand that managed to increase its market share by ten per cent or more during a crisis, while a “loser” was one that lost the same amount of market share. GfK based its analysis on an examination of brand performance data during past recessions, and then compared these to data from 2004 to 2006, when there was no c ...

BBII 04-09 44-45 Improve efficiencies
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IMPROVE EFFICIENCIES MBAA Convention in La Quinta with many highlights The next MBAA (Master Brewers Association of the Americas) Convention will take place in La Quinta, CA, October 1-4 2009. Breweries of all sizes will get new information about developments and trends in beer and beverage filtration, packaging materials and the global beer market. One workshop will deal with the Global Emerging Issues (GEI). BBII interviewed George F. Reisch, 2009 MBAA President, about the internationally important event. (eis) BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: To what extent does the worldwide economic crisis influence the number of visitors and participants Do breweries or exhibitors for instance react to the crisis by reducing the staff at the trade fair stands during this event How do you in general assess the worldwide economic crisis for the brewing sector and its ancillary companies

BBII: What main topics will be in the focus of this year’s event in La Quinta Please ...

BBII 04-09 46-50 May bacchus keep you in the best of spirit
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MAY BACCHUS KEEP YOU IN THE BEST OF SPIRIT Modern equipment for the processing of spirits The process of converting raw alcohol into a finished and saleable spirituous liquor involves a whole series of intensive production steps, from rectification (the removal of undesirable by-products of fermentation such as aldehydes, methanol, propyl alcohol and fusel oils), passing through dilution (to achieve the desired alcohol concentration) and going all the way to the addition of flavourings and flavour enhancers. This report deals exclusively with the processing of neutral spirit (ethanol) after rectification.

Alcohol reception and dilution In the vast majority of cases, neutral alcohol arrives at the factory by truck. For reasons of economy, each delivery normally consists of more than 25 000 l of ethanol. As a general rule, the storage of such a large quantity of ethanol, consisting to 96.5 per cent of pure alcohol by volume, represents a substantial explosion hazard. The pr ...

BBII 04-09 52-54 Ziemann goes bottling
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ZIEMANN GOES BOTTLING The road to success: strong partners and a good idea When Ziemann Business Manager Joachim Gunkel took the time for an interview with us at the ProPak Asia in Bangkok in June, it became clearly perceptible that the plant construction company from Ludwigsburg has great plans. However, Joachim Gunkel didn’t want to put his cards on the table yet. Only short time before drinktec, he finally revealed the most carefully guarded secret of the sector during a personal conversation: The Ziemann Group completely enters the bottling and packaging business. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Mr. Gunkel, the Ziemann Group will complete its turnkey range with its own bottling plants. For Ziemann, this means entering a completely new business segment. How have you prepared for this step Joachim Gunkel: This business is not completely new for us. For already quite a long time, Ziemann Liess in Brazil has produced components for bottling plants and many Ziemann turn ...

BBII 04-09 56-59 Go with the flow
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GO WITH THE FLOW drinktec 2009 – World Fair for beverage and Liquid Food Technology Even in these tougher times, drinktec is still as strong as ever. With the economic crisis causing consternation all around the globe, the world fair for the beverage and liquid food industry is reporting full halls and inquiries still coming in. The facts are: Between September 14 and 19 around 1,500 exhibitors from 71 different countries will be putting on their presentations at the exhibition centre in Munich. The database of exhibitors (available online: www.drinktec.com) is a real ‘Who’s Who’ of the international beverages and liquid food industry.

drinktec 2009 in brief Venue: New Munich Trade Fair Centre, Germany Opening hours: Monday – Friday 9.00 am – 6 pm Saturday 9.00 am – 5 pm Organizer/Information: Messe München GmbH, Messegelände, 81823 München Conceptual Sponsor: VDMA (German Engineering Federation) Food Processing and Packaging Machinery Association, Lyoner ...

BBII 04-09 60-66 drinktec Exhibition Guide
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drinktec Exhibition Guide and saves valuable time. The impact of intact germs on the quality and storage stability of the beer is high, since less lipids are entering the wort. The measurable effects: Much more stable froth and slowed down aging process.

BASF: environment-friendly filtering of beer BASF will be presenting the innovative filtering aid Crosspure ®. It’s not only clarifies beer during production, but also removes hazeforming polyphenols that are responsible for subsequent clouding of the beer during storage. Thus, Crosspure provides a convenient, economical 2-in-1 solution.

Filtration with this fitering is an environmentfriendly alternative to the use of kieselguhr, because it can be regenerated continuously and used in existing filtration units. After filtration the insoluble Crosspure is separated off completely from the beer. Hall B1, Stand 335

Begerow: filtration in a nutshell The company stands for the customised process devel ...

BBII 04-09 67 CO2 saving through light-weighting
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CO 2 SAVING THROUGH LIGHT-WEIGHTING CDL+ can end conquers the beverage can In February Coca-Cola for the first time converted a filling line for beverage cans at its Belgian site in Ghent to handle the so-called CDL+ can end from Ball Packaging Europe. The CDL+ can end scores against the standard can end in respect of low material consumption and low weight. The original Coca-Cola brands in the new packaging will at first be sold through retailers in the Benelux countries. he conversion of the seamers for the CDL+ end went according to schedule at the Ghent site in Belgium. Coca-Cola is now for the first time able to sell its soft drinks in cans with the lighter CDL+ end – at first in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxembourg. Later in spring a second CocaCola filling line in Marseilles was to be converted for the new environmentally friendly can end to supply the market in southern France.

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BBII 04-09 68-69 The african story does not end
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THE AFRICAN STORY DOES NOT END An interesting continent for Crate Washing machines For more than 15 years the African continent is an interesting market for company Bohrer – producer of crate washing machines. The list of African countries where crate washers are operating is long: Algeria, Egypt, Ghana, Libya, Kenya, Mozambique, Nigeria or South Africa just to mention some.

he story begins in Harare – Zimbabwe were the first soaking bath crate washing machine was installed in 1994. United Bottlers – a Coca Cola bottling company – purchased the then newly developed machine Type TW which was exhibited for the first time at the “drinktec interbrau” fair in 1993. The excitement of the trade visitors was immediately recognisable, but first one was a little bit reserved regarding the innovation.

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Finally, five months later, the contract was signed and the first crate washing machine type TW was sold to Harare. Only one year later two furthe ...

BBII 04-09 6-9 World News
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WORLD NEWS GERMANY

FachPack – Saving for the environment, too The Nürnberg packaging exhibition trio FachPack+ PrintPack+ LogIntern opens its doors again on 29 September. Some 1 300 exhibitors meet a good 34 000 trade visitors during the three turbulent days until 1 October 2009. Hardly anyone would have forecast this development three decades ago, as the first “Verpackung”, the Regional Exhibition for Packaging Machinery, Packaging Supplies and Packaging Ancillaries, started in the Exhibition Centre Nuremberg with just under 100 exhibitors. “Sustainable Production and Packing” is the theme of the FachPack special show in 2009. On a display area of some 1 350 m2 in hall 4, more than 20 exhibitors show the new products with which they face the challenges of climate change and scarcer resources. A seminar in CongressCenter Ost on 28 September, the day before the exhibition, deals with potential savings in packaging. Innovative packages are presented at the stand ...

BBII 04-09 70-71 Brown and fruity flavours
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BROWN AND FRUITY FLAVOURS Diversity and enjoyment for beverages and dairy products

Flavour creation at Döhler is part of an integrated solution process. It all begins, of course, with knowing the wishes and taste preferences of consumers. With the aid of an experienced, in-house team in the Sensory & Consumer Science division, country-specific taste preferences are surveyed. Specialised flavourists use the knowledge gained to create the individual flavours, which are put into concrete form at 17 application and production locations. he company offers its customers an extremely wide range of natural, nature-identical, FTNF/ FTNJ flavours, as well as flavour extracts – from native and exotic fruits right through to the fashionable superfruits. But the DöhlerGroup also has a very broad portfolio in the area of the brown flavours: vanilla and chocolate, nut and coffee. Through its consistent focus on the beverage and dairy sector, the company understands how flavours beha ...

BBII 04-09 72-74 The world s wine market
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THE WORLD’S WINE MARKET An evolving panorama Moderately positive forecasts for the beverage market, with regard to global consumption: The demand should overcome the recession, growing by 2 per cent in 2009. The European soft-drink can market is instead registering a + 5 per cent: Eastern Europe is leading the demand. Within an extremely unstable and evolving framework, whose figures have to be interpreted to perceive new occasions behind the apparent difficulties, the organisation of the 23rd International Enological and Bottling Equipment Exhibition is moving at high pace.

mong countries that had excellent sales campaigns and others that instead experienced some standstill, among countries that are emerging and consolidating their consumption growth trends and traditional producing countries that, on the contrary, show progressive contractions,

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the expected wine market panorama for 2009 and the following years is surely marked by an evolution ...

BBII 04-09 76-79 Excellent wine from occupied golan heights
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EXCELLENT WINE FROM OCCUPIED GOLAN HEIGHTS Israeli winegrowers draw a secret for making wine from volcanic soil One has to give Israelis their due: Whatever they do, they do it professionally. A group of Austrian pilgrims is experiencing this right now. They visit, untypically for Pilgrims, a winery on the Golan Heights. A tour in German Not a problem in Israel, a country of constant immigration. There is always somebody who speaks German. ine years after Israeli troops conquered and occupied the Syrian Golan Heights Israeli winegrowers started with viniculture in 1976. The vulcanic soil, rich with minerals, had all the requirements for it, says German born Reuven Pfeifruk, one of the public relations spokespersons of the winery.

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„What accounts for the quality of our wines is the soil and the climate„ states Mr Pfeifruk. On the Golan Heights it can be relatively cold

in winter, reaching temperatures as low as seven centigrades below Zero. Tha ...

BBII 04-09 80-81 How to brew better product consistency
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HOW TO BREW BETTER PRODUCT CONSISTENCY Flexible and agile equipment to compensate for process changes Product consistency is a nonnegotiable consumer demand. Imagine if the taste and consistency of your favourite brand of cookie differed depending on whether it was made in Los Angeles or Birmingham, Ala. Chances are, you’d change brands to one that you didn’t need to identify where, when or how it was manufactured. If a product doesn’t meet consumers’ standards, they easily find alternatives.

water than flour used in winter, they must adjust the mixing and baking processes. To maintain quality and consistency, the production equipment must be flexible and agile enough to compensate for process changes that can impact the finished product, without being completely reprogrammed.

Flexibility Breeds Innovation Consumer preferences constantly change. Food and beverage manufacturers generally experience a 30 per cent product changeover annually. Such recipe ...

BBII 04-09 82-84 Sine alcohole
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SINE ALCOHOLE „Sinalco schmeckt“ – around the world A busy street in Cairo. The huge poster on a building wall attracts looks: Two fashionably dressed young women in a good mood refresh themselves with orange soda. The German word “schmeckt” juts out between the Arabic lettering of the advertising message. It’s the Sinalco brand which makes its product promise worldwide in this manner. Even in countries which do not traditionally have a connection to the German language, “schmeckt”, along with the striking red dot has now become a signal for soft drinks. he subtly conveyed reference to the German origin of a brand which is internationally active has its purpose. German products and services enjoy a good reputation around the world. In addition, there is the fact that in some cultural circles, people are quite consciously seeking an alternative to global soft drink uniformity. Here the origin of the company’s brand is a competitive advantage not be underrated.
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BBII 04-09 85-87 Cost-cutting measures
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COST-CUTTING MEASURES Efficient controlling of the brewing process Rising energy and raw material costs lead to the fact that breweries are striving constantly to lower their production costs. Specifically the energy costs have been rising the past years dramatically over and an end is not to be foreseen. This is why new cost-cutting technologies are always being developed, such as those that can bring about lower energy consumption or shorter process times. But only, of course, as long as the quality of the beer is not compromised. s well as energy-saving systems, the company sees optimum process control as the most important starting point for costcutting measures. As a brewery technology partner, the company is continually being asked to further optimize measurement and control systems in breweries. The company’s goal in developing new and improving existing measurement and control equipment is taking into account the needs of its customers and providing them with reliable solut ...

BBII 04-09 88-91 Quality control in the brewery
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QUALITY CONTROL IN THE BREWERY A innovative technology for gas analysis in beer packages Final package analysis is an important step for any brewery. Here, the bottle or can is controlled for the last time before being released to market. Among other parameters, O2, TPO (Total Package Oxygen) and CO2 are measured. Through the years, new requirements have arisen for the next generation package analysis tool, including performance improvements like analysis time reduction, accurate, repeatable and stable measurements, and data integrity, plus a need to simplify operation and maintenance. This article presents a new, patented and innovative technology that delivers against today’s high performance requirements.

Why measure gases

What is TPO

Although all precautions are taken to avoid air contamination and CO2 losses in the process, the last steps of package filling and bottle crowning are the most critical when considering both gases. Oxygen from th ...

BBII 04-09 92-94 Wine label works of art
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WINE LABEL WORKS OF ART A powerful marketing tool Involving well-known artists in the creation of eye-catching wine labels has proved a powerful marketing tool since its introduction 150 years ago. And since the 1940s, label art has enjoyed a renaissance with important names contributing including Dali, Chagall and Picasso. f the great European painters and draughtsmen in the last century it would be quicker to name those not involved in creating art on wine labels. For among the famous names involved in label art are Salvador Dali, Marc Chagall, Pablo Picasso, Henry Moore and Friedrich Hundertwasser.

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Germany is thought to have been the starting point but France soon recognised the power of these small masterpieces on wine bottles and Austrian, Swiss and Italian cellars soon followed.

Now, label art is fashion worldwide, from China to Mexico, from India to Liechtenstein and presented not only on paper or plastic film but also porcelain, metal, co ...

BBII 04-09 96-97 Cool upholders of good taste
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COOL UPHOLDERS OF GOOD TASTE Stabiliser for the beverage industry Everyone needs to drink – that’s no revelation. But what are we drinking We have certainly seen a few changes in our drinking habits over the last few years. The range of products currently available in supermarkets and beverage stores bears little resemblance to the monotony of tea, coffee, sparkling mineral water and lemonade which filled the shelves a few decades ago. Next to the lemonade you will now find shelves packed with soft drinks, while healthy drinks are attracting an increasingly health-conscious clientele, flavoured waters are enjoying increased popularity and wine is no longer considered a luxury product. is prepared to pay more for a particular product will not want to pay good money for flavors that come across as “unnatural”.

Flexible, safe, and economic One good solution to this dilemma and one that only requires a low level of investment into the bargain is the stabiliser Velcori ...

BBII 04-09 98-99 Traceability in the beverage industry
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TRACEABILITY IN THE BEVERAGE INDUSTRY A Refreshing Approach Beer kegs traceability is rarely applied due to the prohibitive price of the traditional solutions. However, a new imaging based AIDC solution by ImageID, can finally help beverage vendors overcome this barrier and eliminate the cost burden of keg losses. ypical breweries own a keg pool of a few hundred thousands of kegs. With an average cost of 50-80 Euro a keg, this amounts to a considerable investment. Although life expectancy of a keg is between 15-20 years, most of the kegs do not reach anywhere near this age. It is not uncommon for beverage companies to order between 20-30 per cent of their keg pool every year.

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Since only a very small amount of these newly ordered kegs is due to business growth, most of the new kegs are used to replenish missing, stolen or unaccounted for kegs. Such replacement of the whole pool of kegs every 3-5 years, is a major issue

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