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BBII 5-11 100-101 Destination Light Weight
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DESTINATION LIGHT WEIGHT Short-thread closure solutions “Lightweighting” PET bottles has become a buzzword recently. The reason is a desire to conserve resources, not in the least because of renewed increases in raw materials costs. Reducing in the weight of PET bottles by shortening their thick-walled necks appears to be a particular promising avenue; and the development of matching closure solutions can contribute to saving raw materials and energy as well.

uring the past few years, a whole series of so-called short-neck closure solutions with shortened threads have been introduced. These new packaging systems are designed to serve several purposes. They are supposed to conserve scarce raw materials and save energy, because less thermoplastic material needs to be melted.

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Early short-neck bottles At the beginning of the millennium, the first short-neck closures appeared, both for 28- and 30-millimeter neck diameter bottles. While the 28-mill ...

BBII 5-11 102-103 Doemens News
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The fruits are ready to be harvested The homework for the structural reorientation of Doemens has been complete, and its implementation is underway. This is where things currently stand at Doemens. The areas of education, training, consultancy, and flavour academy are clearly structured and well staffed. It is now time to harvest the fruits of our labour. What pleases me most is the increasing internationalisation of the key areas of activity at Doemens. The management was able to revive the once splendid relations with China by signing a far-reaching cooperation agreement with the Brewing Academy Wuhan. A modular programme allows young Chinese brewers to gain basic knowledge in China, and then receive the finishing touches in Gräfelfing. Our beer sommelier training is gaining increased worldwide recognition. The next step in the internationalisation of the beer sommelier training programme will be courses in the U.S. starting next spring. In cooperation with the World Brewing Acade ...

BBII 5-11 104 Allied Industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES PUB KEG TM BLACK EXCHANGE PROGRAMME

development of new, large PET containers for beverages and other applications.

Rehrig is now offering PubKeg TM Black, a reusable packaging option for higher volume PubKeg customers.

The company has manufacturing plants in Sweden, the Czech Republic, and Germany but the holding company is a UK-registered business and the major investors are UK businesses or individuals. Further information: www.petainer.com

INDIVIDUAL HEAT EXCHANGER The company Viesel Apparatebau GmbH is a specialist in heat exchangers and spare tube of stainless steel. The company distinguishes itself through its specialisation in custom-made products and production of companyindividual heat exchangers as well as replacement bundles, and the repair of existing facilities. The exchange programme will provide a pooled solution for 1way PubKegs. PubKeg customers who can order in full truckload quantities will qualify i ...

BBII 5-11 105 Beverage Innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS NEW BEAUTY DRINK Summer sun lovers that are obsessed with obtaining the perfect tan now shall have a new way to help achieve that goal with an innovative drink that is debuting in Brazil. Packaged in bright gold coloured slim metal cans, Sunlover contains ingredients that help nourish the skin and promote tanning.

Europe, one of the leading European beverage can manufacturers, is the only European supplier of Vinsafe cans for wine using Barokes’ technology.

DIET COKE IN EXTRAORDINARY NEW STYLE

HONEST TEA NEW DESIGNED Honest Tea, an organic bottled tea company, unveiled a redesign of its PET (plastic) line of Honest tea ® and Honest ade ®. Starting in September, the new look will begin hitting store shelves. The label refresh was initiated over three years ago after a series of consumer insights suggested that the brand could be making a bigger visual impact on store shelves.

Diet Coke is launching a new, refresh ...

BBII 5-11 10 Beverage Trend Monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

Consumption trends worldwide The global commercial beverage market was c. 1.6 trn litres in 2010, an increase of 3 per cent on 2009. This figure equates to the average consumer drinking 231 litres a year. Consumption levels and growth rates, however, differ widely by beverage type and region. tea has been growing at around 11 per cent a year. The availability of low calorie and reduced sugar options, with their claimed health benefits, as well as 100 per cent natural variants, are all serving to drive growth in these categories which appeal to a more sophisticated palate.

SD is the largest single packaged soft drink in the world, at 31 litres per capita in 2010. Globally, the CSD market is expected to grow at around 2 per cent a year. Overall growth in Europe is in line with average global growth with Eastern Europe expected to perform better than Western Europe. In the US, however, CSD consumption levels are declining as consumers are m ...

BBII 5-11 12-15 Buzz and Charm
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BUZZ AND CHARM Brau Beviale 2011 is ready for action Second week of November, Wednesday to Friday. This is how the entries read in thousands of calenders owned by members of the European beverage world. The reminder refers to the 2011 Brau Beviale, which will take place from 9 to 11 November at the Exhibition Centre (Messezentrum) Nuremberg. More than 1,300 exhibitors are expected to congregate at the trade show to meet some 32,000 visitors and show off new developments and innovations in beverage raw materials, technologies, logistics, and marketing. But the Brau Beviale is so much more than just a place to display products. Above all, it is a forum for the international exchange of views about current developments in the global drinks market, which allows decisionmakers to prepare important investment strategies. This is the firm belief of Rolf Keller, a member of the NürnbergMesse executive team, which he expressed in a recent interview with BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNAT ...

BBII 5-11 16-23 Brau Beviale Exhibition Guide
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Brau Beviale Exhibition Guide Doehler: Smart Category Evolution

New: two special training courses for brew pubs and a new delivery service for beverage microbiology.

“Smart Category Evolution” was the challenge in developing new products and product applications, which the company will be presenting. As a global producer, marketer and provider of technology-based natural ingredients, ingredient systems, and integrated solutions for the food and beverage industry, the company will be showcasing around 100 new product applications.

An interdisciplinary team consisting of brew masters, engineers, food technologists, and microbiologists give clients support in all fields including HACCP, IFS, hygiene, and occupational health and safety. Hall 1, Booth 433

Barth-Haas Group: Provider of hop-related services The Barth-Haas Group, will once again demonstrate its hop expertise: for which two world champion beer sommeliers and a perfumer have ...

BBII 5-11 24-37 Modern Warehouse Management
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DRINKS INDUSTRY HIGHLIGHTS FROM BANGKOK VLB Brewing Conference and ProPak Asia In mid-June, Bangkok was the host city for two events, held in parallel, for the Asian and international brewing and drinks industry. Approximately 250 industry experts participated in the VLB Brewing Conference, while thousands attended ProPak Asia, a trade show for process, filling, and packaging technologies that has grown over the years mostly through word-of-mouth by attendees and exhibitors. Three German college students representing the initiative “Ziemann for young talents” – jointly sponsored by Verlag W. Sachon and Ziemann – had the pleasure of attending both events. (hof) 1

Successful student sponsorship: Volker Mewes (left), Sales/ Marketing Executive, Ziemann; Andreas Benischek (2nd from left), Managing Director, Ziemann AsiaPacific; and Wolfgang Burkart (right), Managing Director, Verlag W. Sachon; with Christian Neukirchinger (3rd from left), Technical University MunichWe ...

BBII 5-11 2 Trade Shows Professional Know-How
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

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TRADE SHOWS: PROFESSIONAL KNOW-HOW MEETS EMERGING MARKETS The international trade show scene for the brewing and beverage industry has changed dramatically in recent months. In particular, German trade fair companies are expanding their reach significantly. One of the first major moves was the purchase TecnoBebida in Brazil from Nielsen by the Nürnberg Messe, the organisers of the Brau Beviale. The Tecno Bebida is now waiting to be “revived.” The Nürnberg Messe also raised eyebrows when it purchased the Interbev/USA. Previously, Messe München, the organisers of the drinktec, got actively involved in the drink technology India in Mumbai, which it organised jointly with the PackTech India of Messe Düsseldorf. Therefore, nobody was surprised about the recent announcement of a new collaboration between Messe München and the expanding China Brew & Beverage (CBB) in Beijing. Hencefor ...

BBII 5-11 38-43 Brewery on Stilts
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BREWERY ON STILTS Boon Rawd Brewery’s third production facility up and running In Banglen, a town roughly 30 km northwest of the Thai capital of Bangkok, the construction of Boon Rawd Brewery Co. Ltd.’s third brewing site was completed about two years ago. There have already been extensive reports in previous issues of BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL about the company’s exciting history. Today, this brewery produces about 13 million hl of beer annually and 10 million hl of non-alcoholic beverages, including water and soft drinks. The participants of the VLB Brewers Conference in Bangkok, in June 2011 had the opportunity to visit the brewery in Banglen. This author was there as well as part of the initiative “Ziemann for young talents” sponsored jointly by Verlag W. Sachon and the Ziemann Group. Here is an update on the Banglen brewery in operation. iemann was the supplier of the Banglen site’s turnkey brewery. The specifications handed to Ziemann were for a tw ...

BBII 5-11 44-47 The Beer World Monopoly
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THE BEER WORLD MONOPOLY Europe in the cross roads of a struggle for duopoly The free market is about winning, and winning is usually a zero-sum game, in which somebody’s gain is somebody else’s loss. In theory, therefore, the ultimate triumph in a market economy is a monopoly, the total victory of a single player over every other competitor. he dynamic towards monopoly has become the dominant driver in many of the world’s beverage markets, especially in the Americas, where AnheuserBusch Inbev (ABI) still has a large lead of just below 50 per cent market share. The rest of the market is divided between SABMiller (SABM), imports such as Corona and Heineken, and craft beer.

Market share of the global players in important European markets

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In the mature markets of the Old World, by contrast, as well as in many emerging markets, very different dynamics are at play – either because of local structural conditions of the beverage markets, the gene ...

BBII 5-11 48-51 Modern Warehouse Management
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MODERN WAREHOUSE MANAGEMENT Brau Union increases efficiency Brau Union, Austria’s largest brewery group, is optimising its warehouse logistics under the direction of T-systems. In a pilot project, the warehouse management system developed by Metasyst was combined with the forklift guidance system and sensor technology supplied by the intralogistics specialists Locanis. This reduces the number of empty runs performed by the forklift trucks, as well as reducing both gas consumption and CO2 emissions. Moreover, the available storage space can be used more flexibly. With this measure, the logistics centre at Wieselburg has created a model Supply Chain Management solution for the entire beverages group.

common problem in pallet warehouses is that, while they can hold a lot of stock, the processes are not always managed in an organised and systematic way. For example, beverages warehouses are mostly designed to handle a high turnover of pallets. The pallets are stored in mult ...

BBII 5-11 52-54 Inreasing global capability
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INREASING GLOBAL CAPABILITY Acquisition of Norit Clean Process Technologies divison by Pentair In May 2011 Pentair Inc. acquired the Clean Process Technologies (CPT) division of Norit Holding B.V. for a purchase price of 6 503 million. As of May 12, the companies under CPT – Filtrix, Haffmans, Nijhuis, Norit Components & Services, Norit Process Technology, Suedmo, and X-Flow – are part of Pentair Filtration Solutions global business unit. This acquisition enables Pentair to build on its superior technology, increase global capability and will thereby provide their costumers a broader, more innovative and deeper array of products, services and solutions. Olaf Müller, Vice President Beverages and Niches, Pentair Filtration Solutions, gives in the interview with the BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL information about the background of the acquisition. (hof) In addition, we are leveraging trade & industry events to connect and present our new face to the market. In short, ...

BBII 5-11 56-58 Wireless For The First Time
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Plzen ský Prazdroj migrates kegging line from Simatic S5 to S7 – relying on Profinet with wireless technology The British system integrator FMA successfully migrated one of the world’s most productive kegging lines from Simatic S5 to S7 with only 12 days of downtime. This was made possible in no small part by an innovative automation concept from the Siemens Food and Beverage Competence Centre that involved, among other things, flexible wireless technology. he Czech Republic is a traditional beer nation. It has been the undisputed champion for years – not only in terms of per capita consumption but also when it comes to draught beer. Currently, approx. 50 per cent of beer consumed in the Czech Republic comes from kegs. So it’s no wonder that Plzenský Prazdroj, part of SABMiller, has one of the world’s most productive kegging lines.

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BBII 5-11 60-63 Optimum use of Space
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OPTIMUM USE OF SPACE Continuous modernisation of internal logistics at Budweiser Budvar The German supplier and general contractor of logistics systems, SSI Schäfer, has developed and implemented a flexible logistics concept for the renowned Czech brewery ˇ Budweiser Budvar at its production site in the city of Ceské Budˇ ejovice. The concept includes up-to-date equipment technology, integrated radio frequency identification (RFID), and a custom-tailored warehouse management system (WMS), which allows for the complicated lager-making process to be fully automated. It also increases the brewery’s throughput as well as quality assurance, while making maximum use of all available spaces. or real beer connoisseurs, the original Budweiser lager from the Czech brewery Bud e ˇ jovický Budvar (“Budweiser Budvar”) ˇ eské Bude in the city of C ˇ jovice ranks among the best beers in the world. Beer has been brewed in the city since 1265; and the original Budweiser has been made t ...

BBII 5-11 64-66 Always Bright
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ALWAYS BRIGHT New regenerative beer stabilisation system Beer stabilisation is an indispensable step in achieving the longest possible shelf life for beer. Breweries usually rely on stabilisation on the tannin side and the associated use of the stabilisation medium PVPP (polyvinylpolypyrrolidone). The choice here is between lost and regenerative beer stabilisation. The standard practice to date for regenerative beer stabilisation has been to use a conventional gap candle filter or horizontal mesh filter system. As a rule of thumb, this investment is usually worthwhile beginning with beer outputs of around 400,000 hectolitres per year. With the newly developed Innopro ECOStab, KHS has made this rule of thumb obsolete.

he Innopro ECOStab is a system that has been specially developed for regenerative beer stabilisation and is worth using for beer quantities smaller than 400,000 hectolitres. Consequently, it is of just as much interest to small and medium-sized breweries as t ...

BBII 5-11 68-71 Cost-Effective Success
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COST-EFFECTIVE SUCCESS Cold sterile filtration as an alternative to FP Brewers can use various methods for producing “stable” beers. In addition to conventional sterile filtration with filter media such as Becopad (in sheet form or as stacked disc cartridge), the user has a choice between thermal processes (flash pasteurisation, tunnel pasteuriser) and cartridge filtration with depth filter cartridges and membranes as the last step. he trend towards fresh, cold sterile filtered beers is omnipresent. So-called cold filtered beers are now part of the standard repertoire of many breweries. Marketing departments tend to use cold sterile filtered seasonal beers in order to stand out from competitors. Particularly in Europe, non-pasteurised beers have been recognised as a lucrative market niche that is vigorously pursued by breweries.

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BBII 5-11 6-8 World News
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Beam Inc. gets a pure-play spirits industry leader Beam Inc. (NYSE: BEAM), a leading global premium spirits company, begins trading as an independent company on the New York Stock Exchange. Formerly known as Fortune Brands, Beam is the remaining company following the separation of Fortune Brands’ businesses completed on October 3 rd. Beam is the world’s fourth largest premium spirits company and the largest U.S.-based spirits company. The Beam portfolio includes ten of the world’s top 100 premium spirits brands and some of the industry’s fastest growing innovations. The company and its 3,200 passionate associates worldwide generated 2010 sales of $ 2.7 billion on volume of 33 million 9-litre cases.

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Sean O’Neill Chairman of Board of Directors of ICAP The International Centre for Alcohol Policies (ICAP, www.icap.org) announced that Sean O’Neill, Chief Corporate Relations Officer for Heineken, has been appointed Chai ...

BBII 5-11 72-74 Extended Filter Service Life
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EXTENDED FILTER SERVICE LIFE The Apolda Brewery uses Flottweg separators for beer clarification The new Flottweg beer separator AC 1500-420 constitutes an ideal solution in several steps of the brewing process, especially for medium-sized breweries. During beer clarification the separator enables a longer filter service life and therefore work flows are optimised, less kieselguhr is consumed, and less beer is lost. The Apolda brewery in Thuringia, Germany, and Flottweg AG succeeded in a joint project to improve the existing filtration process. he Apolda brewery which produces ten different varieties of beer, uses in its filtration line a candle filter system with a filter area of 30 m2. Basically the brewery staff has been satisfied with the results of kieselguhr filtration, but they have always enquired about the possibility of extending filter service life and reducing kieselguhr consumption. Throughout the peak time

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BBII 5-11 75-79 Brasil Brau Succeeds With New Concept
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BRASIL BRAU SUCCEEDS WITH NEW CONCEPT A new venue and a broader concept make all the difference The organisers of the Brasil Brau 2011 in São Paulo must have let out a deep sigh of relief when they watched the halls fill slowly with visitors on opening day. After all, the move to the Transamerica Expo Center and the new strategy of making smaller breweries a second and separate focal point of the trade show was not without risks. In the end, however, the Brazilian Association of Beer and Malt Professionals, COBRACEM, which is the legal entity behind the Brasil Brau, was vindicated: Approximately 5,000 visitors – some 60 per cent more than two years earlier – had come to São Paulo for the show. Of these, some 52.8 per cent were from South America, 22.6 per cent from Europe, 9.4 per cent from Africa, 7.6 per cent from North America, and 7.6 per cent from Asia. The exhibition space measured some 5,000 m2; and the 2013 Brasil Brau will be even 20 per cent larger, on roughly 6,000 m ...

BBII 5-11 80-85 Call for Sustainability
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CALL FOR SUSTAINABILITY Comprehensive planning concepts for brewing plants to reduce energy consumption The demands from consumers, trade, and politics will boost the efforts in the brewing industry for optimum utilisation of resources, i.e. raw materials and energy. The following article thus informs about the comprehensive planning concepts for brewing plants to reduce energy consumption. he basic conditions for the energy demand in the manufacturing industry, that means also in breweries, and for the supply of energy are determined by current political and economical criteria. Consumer expectations also have to be considered. The requested sustainability of production processes with the prerequisite of optimum utilisation of energy and raw materials has been defined in various political agreements.

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It started in the year 1997 with the Kyoto Protocol stating that by 2012 the emissions of six greenhouse gases had to be reduced by 5.2 per cent compared to 19 ...

BBII 5-11 86-89 A Targeted Isomerisation Of Hop Pellets
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A TARGETED ISOMERISATION OF HOP PELLETS Research into raising the yield of hops In spring 2010 Joh. Barth & Sohn, Nuremberg, Germany, and Hertel GmbH, Salzburg, Austria, formed a research cooperation with the aim of investigating together the extent to which the bitterness utilisation can be increased in the brewing process. Among other things the use of the Hop Yield Enhancer developed by Hertel GmbH should be examined in combination with various hop products. For this reason the behaviour of Type 45 hop pellets was observed in the first round of research. The results are presented as follows. here are many reasons for a low hop yield in a traditional brewing process. Many parameters, particularly during wort boiling, are not adjusted for optimal bitterness utilisation. Among other things, these are the limited isomerisation time and temperature as well as the different extraction conditions during the boil [1-3]. With these considerations in mind, a device was developed by Hertel G ...

BBII 5-11 90-93 A Billion Possibilities
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A BILLION POSSIBILITIES The Indian beer industry India doesn’t stop to amuse the world. Often in news for its grinding poverty and its rapid pace of economic progress in recent years, this South Asian country has been the centre of attention of liquor industry on account of its sheer population size. Per capita consumption of beer in India is miniscule, but the Industry has witnessed great growth rates in the last five years. The following article presents a ringside view of Indian beer industry from New Delhi. The first brewery in India was set up in Kasauli, in the Himalaya Mountains, near Shimla, in the late 1820s by the Englishman Edward Dyer. Dyer’s brewery produced Asia’s first beer, Lion. The brewery was soon shifted to nearby Solan (close to the British summer capital Shimla), as there was an abundant supply of fresh spring water there. The Kasauli brewery site was converted to a distillery which Mohan Meakin Ltd. operates till date. Dyer set up more breweries at Shimla ...

BBII 5-11 94-96 Quick and Economic Deliveries
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QUICK AND ECONOMIC DELIVERIES GPS-aided Route Optimization and Information System An efficient vehicle fleet is one of the most important links in the supply chain. Particularly in the food industry, the basic rule applies that goods have to reach the customer fast and on time and customer satisfaction has to be maximised in order to get a vital head start over competitors. his means that powerful delivery logistics is playing an increasingly important role and that economic structuring of the logistics processes is becoming the focal point of entrepreneurial thinking. CSB-System AG offers a GPS-aided Route Optimization and Information System for optimising these processes and for making entire logistics more efficient.

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BBII 5-11 98 New Challanges with EFSA Claims
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NEW CHALLENGES WITH EFSA CLAIMS Focus on credible additional benefits Aqua plus beverages combine refreshment with healthy added value by using fruit juices or functional ingredients. High rates of growth have been achieved in the early years of the wellness trend. Döhler has now developed a new generation of aqua plus concepts based on the latest EU Health Claims. The new functional waters stand for credible benefits that can be proven. ealth ingredients open the door to practically infinite product possibilities in most countries. In Europe, the new EU Health Claim Regulations are presenting new challenges to the food and beverage industry. The benefits of many well-known health ingredients, such as polyphenols or coenzyme Q10, do not have enough scientific support, according to the EFSA. As a result, a large number of claims about health effects have been rejected.

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