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BBII 06-09 10 Beverage trend monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

Beer keeps its head above the water The global beer market continues to grow despite the dramatic upheaval in the world’s financial markets in 2008. The economic woes have however impacted beer volumes and according to Canadean, the leading beverage research agency, growth in the global beer market dropped from a respectable 6 per cent in 2007 to less than 2 per cent in 2008. Canadean’s recently published Global Beer Trends Report anticipates a further slowdown in 2009 before demand begins to accelerate again in 2010.

he contribution of Asia to the progress of the beer market cannot be understated and the region now accounts for around a third of all beer sales. In 2008, the region managed to record a 5 per cent increase in volumes. China, which accounts for 7 in every 10 litres of beer sold in Asia is the key driver and is helping to sustain the overall worldwide beer market.

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China was not unscathed and did ...

BBII 06-09 12-15 Nice And Clean
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NICE AND CLEAN Label removal behaviour in a bottle washing machine Attaching labels to beverage bottles is an important link between manufacturer and consumer. Not only should the label include all relevant information, it is also intended as a direct contact between the manufacturer and customer, to represent quality and to present the brand or beverage in the desired way. This is one of the reasons why there are so many different labels on the beverage market. They are an essential part of the looks of any beverage bottle and ensure best brand appearance. ven today, most labels used are still made of paper. These label papers are functional papers that can be well printed and metallised and that meet the requirements for cleaning returnable bottles. While wet-strength and alkali-resistant papers are generally used, they can differ greatly in terms of quality.

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When the bottles are cleaned, detergents are supposed to detach the labels from the bottle‘s sur ...

BBII 06-09 16-17 An Impressive Construction Site
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AN IMPRESSIVE CONSTRUCTION SITE Boon Rawd builds a third brewery It is not every day that one gets a chance to witness the construction of a brand new mega-brewery in all its phases. But one day before the opening of the ProPak Asia and VLB-Conference in Bangkok, Thailand, the executive management of Boon Rawd Brewery in Bangkok issued an exclusive invitation for a ”Construction Site Tour” of its third brewery. The site is impressive at any time of day, bit in the dim light of the early morning, it is simply imposing. No doubt, it will be even more impressive, once it is finished. Here is a brief “preview,” only in BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL, of course, of the finished work, which we hope will spark your curiosity. (Bu)

At this stage of the construction, the entire enormity of the lauter tun and brew house is still visible.

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Approach the new brewery by car: The construction site suddenly appears ...

BBII 06-09 18-19 Small But Artful
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SMALL BUT ARTFUL Swing-top caps – a thoroughly high-tech product Until a few decades ago, the swing-top cap was seen as old-fashioned, outdated, thoroughly un-modern and absolutely out, but since the 80s it has clearly gone through a renaissance, nostalgia bringing it firmly back to world renown. Today, bottles with swing-top caps enjoy cult status in many places and are avidly collected by beer lovers. he Edard Company, situated near Strasbourg in France, has flourished as a manufacturer of swing-top caps since 1924. Products range from preserve and jam jar tops to special cliptops for aluminium bottles. The mid-sized company is dedicated to traditional values and today develops individual solutions for the quality products of more than 350 commercial clients.

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The manufacturing principle is as follows: Either the caps are delivered complete with gaskets or the gaskets are pre-assembled using special apparatus. Afterwards, they are fed into the bending mac ...

BBII 06-09 20-23 Safety - Efficiency And Reliability
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SAFETY – EFFICIENCY AND RELIABILITY Cooperativa Agrária Agroindustrial expands malt house Cooperativa Agrária started producing malt by means of a joint venture with Cervejaria Antárctica under the “Agromalte” brand. In the eighties, Cooperativa Agrária bought the participation of Antárctica and worked hard to become a leading supplier of high quality malt to most of the breweries in Brazil and Latin America. Hard work and dedication brought consistent growth to the malting operation. The demand for beer and long-term delivery contracts to large Brazilian breweries urged Cooperativa Agrária to expand and several technical and economical studies were made during the nineties and early 2000. It was only in 2007 that finally the necessary market and financial conditions came to be available, such that the eagerly awaited expansion project was launched by the Agrária management in a very professional manner.

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BBII 06-09 24-29 Great Location Great Topics Great Logistics
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GREAT LOCATION, GREAT TOPICS, GREAT LOGISTICS Visitors to the 122 nd MBAA Congress in La Quinta, CA, were pleased In a previous issue of BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL, we have already commented on the MBAA Congress in La Quinta, California. Today, we would like to add a few visual impressions of the event. he previous MBAA Congress, in Nashville, TN, in 2007, was attended by approximately 350 visitors. In La Quinta, there were 430 – for the organisers, a great cause of satisfaction. It was interesting to note that small breweries now make

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up an ever increasing share of the participants. According to estimates by the organisers, the ratio between craft brewers and employees of large breweries is now roughly 50/50. Craft brewers are expected to increase their share at future events even further,

especially in view of major breweries tightening their travel policies in response to cost-cutting pressures. The new attendance structure ...

BBII 06-09 30-33 Students Summaries
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Students’ summaries Review Sebastian Kappler, Technical University of Munich-Weihenstephan Wheat’s up! This was the motto of this year's annual MBAA Conference. Casual observers of the American beer market – dominated, as it is, by light beers – may be surprised. However, at closer inspection, it is apparent that, in the United States, more and more breweries are trying to nurture a new beer culture. These breweries try to differentiate themselves from the mainstream by employing special hopping

techniques as well as specialty malts, including wheat malts. When visiting an American beer congress, especially for the first time, one wonders if the American craft brew movement will be present at such an event. Yet, it became clear very quickly, even on the first day, that there are plenty of Americans who love their beer culture and live it. This was appeared during the entire event. Most of the presen-

tations had a practical orientation and were of grea ...

BBII 06-09 34-35 New Possibilities
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NEW POSSIBILITIES Create great-tasting beer from 100 per cent barley A variety of trends has contributed to shaping recent developments in the brewing industry, causing rapid adaptation and changes in the industry. Some of the biggest challenges facing brewers today are the recent mergers and acquisitions and the unpredictable malt costs. These combined factors pressurised profits and reduced the available capital expenditure in growing markets. At the same time, there has been an ever growing awareness of social responsibility, with breweries focusing on the need to reduce their carbon foot print and support their local community. Also, the need to develop new beverages is increasing, in order to protect the brewing industry market share as consumers expect new experiences. ne solution that rises to these challenges is increased use of barley in beer production. Novozymes A/S launched Ondea® Pro at Drinktec this September, a product that makes it possible to produce a great-tasting ...

BBII 06-09 36-38 Catching The Consumer's Eye
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BBII 06-09 39-41 American Beer Goes Sour
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AMERICAN BEER GOES SOUR Missing link between beer and wine When the craft beer revolution started in the United States in the late 1970s, brewers began to focus their efforts on creating classic and sometimes long-forgotten European beer styles: pale ales, porters, and stouts. Turning from the bland, standard light lagers of the day to embrace a host of all-malt ales, they re-introduced the flavour of barley and wheat malt and the aroma and bitterness of hops to the American palate. The astonishing evolution of taste in the years since – matching a similar renaissance in cuisine – has created perhaps more diversity of beer in the U.S. than anywhere else in the world, although the continuing myth among many Europeans is that all American beers still taste the same.

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ut one flavour – or group of flavours – has been noticeably missing from the beer portfolio of American brewers until very recently: sourness. “Any adult realizes that sourness is a basic ...

BBII 06-09 3 MBAA - BA - ASBC Quo Vadis - Brewers Associations
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

MBAA – BA – ASBC: QUO VADIS – BREWER’S ASSOCIATIONS The 122nd staging of the Master Brewers Association Convention, this year in La Quinta, California, was an unqualified success. Organisers and visitors alike were nothing but pleased. The number of visitors was definitely comparable to that of the MBAA Convention 2007 in Nashville, Tennessee. The event hotel in La Quinta was located amidst spectacular scenery ... and it was affordable! The entire event was well organised and allowed plenty of opportunities for social contacts and networking. However, if you look closer at who exactly had come to the Convention and also at the selection of topics that were covered by the various sessions, it is hard not to notice a dilemma: The MBAA Conference and the Craft Brewers Conference of the Brewers Association seem to be competing for the same target audience. This raises an important question about any future cooperation betwee ...

BBII 06-09 42-45 VLB-Symposium Beverage Packaging - PET
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VLB-SYMPOSIUM “BEVERAGE PACKAGING – PET” Conference on the walls of PET packaging at a city which celebrated the fall of the walls 20 th anniversary On the 9 th and 10 th of November in 2009 the Versuchs- und Lehranstalt (VLB) in Berlin e.V. presented the 3 rd VLB-Symposium “Beverage Packaging – PET” in Berlin. Since the first day of the conference was as well the 20th anniversary of the Fall of the Wall, the Welcome Party was celebrated in the old Royal Post Office in the heart of former East Berlin and left an unforgettable impression to all participants.

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he 2-day symposium was filled with 22 speeches on several problems and innovations about the topic PET packaging.

Barrier PET bottles in Europe – types and markets, facts and trends

Approximately 90 attendees from 18 different countries were present to listen, to discuss and to network.

An overview on the types and markets, facts and trends of barrier PET ...

BBII 06-09 46-47 Doemens News
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Dear Reader, It gives me great pleasure to report on the developments at Doemens since May 2008. First of all, I would like to thank all the personnel, members, sponsors, friends and patrons for their hearty commitment. It is a priority at Doemens to focus efficiently on the current demands of the beverage, food and brewery industries. To reach this goal, a binding and transparent strategy was developed. This strategy and the necessary re-alignment were approved unanimously at the general meetings in Gräfelfing and Munich. This strategy meant a new general orientation and the reclassification of business segments. Reclassifying the business segments had the following results: 1st school, 2nd consultancy, 3rd seminars, 4th beverage academy. The new strategy led to changes in personnel, which were organised according to the new classification of business segments. The clear classification of the business segments meant that the building and its technical equipment could now be restruc ...

BBII 06-09 48 Beverage Innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS CARLSBERG ELEPHANT BEER CELEBRATES 50 YEARS

ANHEUSER-BUSCH LAUNCHES BUD LIGHT GOLDEN WHEAT NATIONWIDE

9 November 2009 marks the anniversary of the Carlsberg Elephant Beer. One winter morning in November 1959, the first trucks loaded with the beer took off from Carlsberg Brewery in Copenhagen. No doubt this was an eyecatcher; on the back of the trucks, both the motorised and horse-drawn ones, were a small turquoise elephant who, surrounded by a nice warm and dense jungle, declared itself as charming, elegant and elephant. Back in 1955, Carlsberg’s Export Lager Beer was exported to a number of countries. The label was ornamented with Carlsberg’s perhaps most famous landmark; the Elephant Gate. This resulted in the beer becoming known as the elephant beer on several markets, which ultimately inspired the launch of a new beer, based on the recipe of Special Brew and Export Lager Beer. The beer was officially named Carlsberg Elephant Beer. ...

BBII 06-09 49 Allied Industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES HOTFILLING: LESS THAN 19 GRAMS FOR 0.5 L BOTTLES It is esthetics combined with technical prowess. A long silhouette with cylindrical and square shapes, an elegant belt and just four panels: that’s Skyward™. There’s also Curvy™ with its curves, spirals and a twisted back that serves as a support beam, without panels. These two small 0.5 l bottles have undergone a revolution: they weigh only 18.9 g and their design is a real breakthrough for the shape of hot-fill bottles, which traditionally have six or eight panels and often look exactly like each other. Bottle lightweighting has been made possible by complete redesign of the neck, body and base, conducted by the Sidel Packaging & Tooling Center. The 28 mm amorphous (non-crystallised) neck has been made lighter and it accepts a standard cap for carbonated soft drinks. The base has also been revised, making it stiffer while also using fewer raw materials. The new geometric structure of the bottle body compensa ...

BBII 06-09 6-9 World News
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WORLD NEWS GLOBAL

EUROPE

Global energy drink advance held back by Thailand decline

European brewers warn against non-targeted alcohol policies

Global energy drink volumes increased by 2 per cent in 2008 to 3.9 billion litres, almost double the 2.0 billion litres sold in 2003, according to the latest report from leading food and drink consultancy Zenith International. Average growth over the past five years has been 14 per cent a year.

The Brewers of Europe have called for an approach which is targeted at the problems and avoids additional restrictions hitting all drinkers regardless of their behaviour. Negative measures would largely hit the group of responsible drinkers who account for well over 90 per cent of all alcohol consumers, President of The Brewers of Europe, Alberto da Ponte, pointed out.

North America is the leading region, with 37 per cent of global volume in 2008, followed by Asia Pacific with 30 pe ...
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