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BBII 4-15 03 Brasil brau great concept unprofessional implementation
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

BRASIL BRAU: GREAT CONCEPT, UNPROFESSIONAL IMPLEMENTATION In theory, this is an ideal combination: a tradeshow for brewing equipment paired with an exhibition for beer brand manufacturers with particular focus on craft brewers, as well as a dozen brew-technical lectures and round tables, and, last but not least, the beer sommelier world championships. Had the organization of the event delivered what the concept promised, the combination of BRASIL BRAU and Degusta Beer would have been a smashing success! Unfortunately, many practical and conceptual shortcomings conspired to ruin the overall outcome. To wit: – The venue, just outside of São Paulo, had no air conditioning. Especially the exhibitors who were unfortunate enough to be placed against the southern wall got literally fried. – Nearly six weeks after the tradeshow had ended, there was still no English-language final report availble. – In the final report in Portugue ...

BBII 4-15 10-11 Beverage trend monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

GLOBAL SOFT DRINKS A long-term view on category trends and developments covering all regions The global demand for Soft Drinks*) has grown 51 percent in the last ten years and shows no sign of stagnation, let alone decline. The economic upsurge in Asia, MENA (Middle East & North Africa), and Africa had breathtaking effects on the global beverage market and has not even been hindered too much by political conflicts or natural disasters. frica is one of the drivers of global Soft Drinks consumption. A region of the world which is as diverse as few others, and which members are on many different economical levels, from the economic power South Africa to many developing countries. The 10-year CAGR (Compound Annual Growth Rate) is 11 percent, the highest of all regions.

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Especially remarkable is the growth of Packaged Water which has increased its volume sixfold since 2004, a CAGR of 19.7 percent. With increasing financial stabil ...

BBII 4-15 12-14 The industry has been waiting for a summit like this
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“THE INDUSTRY HAS BEEN WAITING FOR A SUMMIT LIKE THIS” Dr. Joachim Tretzel on the Juice Summit 2015 A decline in consumption in established markets, new expectations for quality and safety and altered retail structures are the challenges facing the fruit juice industry. The Juice Summit in Antwerp from October 7 th to 8 th, 2015, will provide managers of the fruit juice and supply industries with an international platform to prepare for the future together. (sch) BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Dr. Tretzel, on October 1 and 2, 2013, the first Juice Summit took place in Brussels. At the time, on October 1, 2013, you were appointed President of the SureGlobal-Fair (SGF) International e.V.

What were your goals upon taking this position and how many goals have you been able to realize Dr. Joachim Tretzel: After just about 700 days at the head of the SGF I am looking forward to a good mid-term evaluation. The executive committee had

planned to posi ...

BBII 4-15 15 Humulus lupulus
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Humulus lupulus ... ... and other bitter truths

No chance for exhibitionists! Bees and hops don’t actually have very much to do with each other. For unlike fruit trees, garden flowers and many other agricultural plants, the hop does not depend on being visited by the honey bee or others of its like. The hop flower is equally unattractive to all other species of pollinating insects. It is neither particularly conspicuous nor especially colorful. Neither does it attract visitors with sweet nectar or a beguiling fragrance. But then, how is the hop pollinated In the best case, not at all! Brewers early learn in their training that hop cones should contain no seeds, or as few seeds as possible. This is possible thanks to a peculiarity of the hop plant: Unlike most other plants, the male and female hop plants can be distinguished from each other. While the apple tree, for example, not only produces the blossoms from which the apples develop, but also the male pollen required ...

BBII 4-15 16-17 Creative beer culture at the heart of our fair
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“CREATIVE BEER CULTURE IS AT THE HEART OF OUR FAIR” Andrea Kalrait talks about the BrauBeviale 2015 After a successful start last year, the second of three exhibitions will take place from November 10th to 12th, 2015, at the Nuremberg trade fair center. Andrea Kalrait, Project Manager of the BrauBeviale, talks about the new concept, the trend theme craft beer and the significance of the exhibition for the beverage industry. (sch) from all areas: brewers as well as experts from the machinery and plant construction branches, the packaging industry, from the fields of soft drinks, juice, mineral water, wine and milk production as well as malting, retail, and catering. BBII: It was Volker Kronseder, chairman of the executive board of Krones AG, who said: “Even the fastest electronic media cannot replace a personal meeting.” There’s nothing more to say, isn’t it

(from left:) Editor Silke Graf, Andrea Kalrait, Project Manager BrauBeviale, and Sabine Ziener, Manager ...

BBII 4-15 18-19 It s our passion for beer that unites us
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“IT’S OUR PASSION FOR BEER THAT UNITES US” Dr. Fontaine on the 6th Ibero-American Symposium From September 21st to 23rd, 2015, the Research and Training Institute for Brewing (VLB) will organize the Ibero-American Symposium for the 6th time. Once again the venue for the event will be in Brazil. In this interview, the Managing Director of VLB, Dr. Josef Fontaine, talks about the significance of the South American brewing and beverage industry, the program of this year’s event and the symposium as a contact platform. (sch) BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: What is the relationship between the VLB and the South American brewing and beverage industry Dr. Josef Fontaine: Through its graduates the VLB Berlin has had contacts in the Latin-American brewing and malting industry for decades but in recent years a new generation has followed and there is a number of areas where we have had to build up new contacts. In the meantime we’ve been able to re-establish ourselves in ...

BBII 4-15 20-23 India in focus
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INDIA IN FOCUS Carbonated Drinks Industry and Market Despite its mammoth size (1.25 billion population) and great promise, India has one of the lowest per capita consumption of carbonated beverages. On per capita consumption basis, the country not only lags the developed countries but even some of its less economically developed neighbors such as Sri Lanka and Pakistan. Both the cola majors, Coca-Cola and PepsiCo, entered the country during the last quarter century and are in the process of consolidating their positions in this geographically and culturally diverse market. Brewing and Beverage Industry International (BBII) presents an overview of the carbonated beverage market of India in this article. growing young population (aged between 16 to 30 years) that still prefer carbonated drinks to fruit juice, the demand for the same is expected to lead the carbonated beverage market for a long time in the country.

Coca-Cola India, is one of the country’s leading carbonate ...

BBII 4-15 24-25 Vicap systems
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VICAP SYSTEMS A bottle cap opens new markets Vicap Systems is the name of the new player in the international beverage market. Its main asset: the Vicap, an integrated kind of bottle cap with a reservoir for the drink's more sensitive components. It holds either up to 7.5 g of powder or 12.5 ml of liquid concentrate. Upon pressing, the red nail at the top of the bottle pierces an aluminum foil. Thus the contents are released into the bottle, where they mix with the other ingredients. part from the optical experience when the concentrate dissolves in the water, the Vicap holds tangible advantages for both producers and consumers: Sensitive components like vitamins and certain flavors are protected from disintegration through oxygen and sunlight. This extends shelf life, improves taste and even allows completely new formulas.

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Vicap is an integrated kind of bottle cap with a reservoir for the drink’s more sensitive components. It holds either up to 7.5 g of p ...

BBII 4-15 26-28 Fast and environmentally friendly bottling
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FAST AND ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY BOTTLING Innovative bottling procedure with self-optimizing valve control An innovative bottling plant manages without CO2 and systematically exploits the possibilities of modern basic controllers. The result: High bottling speed, precise filling quantities due to self-optimizing control of filling valve – and an optimum price /performance ratio.

The company, the idea In 2008, Benedikt Leibinger took over Winterwerb, Streng &Co. GmbH, one of the oldest German manufacturers of bottling plants, founded at the beginning of the 20th century and based in Mannheim. He restructured the company in Teningen under the name Leibinger GmbH. Leibinger’s idea was to dispense with CO2 flushing and instead remove the oxygen by means of a vacuum.

For the controllers of the Simatic S7-1200 series with the six high-speed counter inputs small control cabinets mounted above the filling valves are sufficient. These basic controllers are used fo ...

BBII 4-15 29-31 Brewing conference bangkok 2015
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BREWING CONFERENCE BANGKOK 2015 A Successful Brewing Summit in Southeast Asia From 14th to 16th June around 250 experts and guests from Southeast Asia’s brewing and beverage industry met in Thailand at the Brewing Conference Bangkok. Following 2009 and 2011, the event was for the third time jointly organized by the VLB Berlin and the Thailand Beer Industry Guild (TBIG). conomically, Southeast Asia was overshadowed by China and India for many years. This has changed over the past few years. In the meantime many states in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) such as Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, and Singapore have become economically well established. Others, like Myanmar, Cambodia, and Laos are seen as emerging markets with great potential.

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This also applies to the beer and beverage industry. Apart from the usual international brewing corporations there are many brewery groups that are still in family hands or state owned. The trend towards br ...

BBII 4-15 32-33 A successful start
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A SUCCESSFUL START Doemens collaboration with the Tsingtao Brewery Group “Doemens goes China”, or rather “China goes Doemens”. Under this motto, from mid-January to mid-June 15 employees of the Tsingtao Brewery Group were trained at Doemens. ith an annual production volume of approximately 80 million hl, the Tsingtao Brewery Group is currently the sixth largest brewery group in the world. In order to secure and expand this position for the long term, a new path for a successful future is to be created through wellplanned support and training for management personnel.

were chosen as part of an internal selection process and came from different locations.

Those participating in the seminar – all of them long-standing employees or managers from production and quality assurance –

Since the trend for craft beer has also reached China, another focus of the seminar was the development of specialty beers.

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At the semina ...

BBII 4-15 34-37 A tour de force for brewing scientists
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A TOUR DE FORCE FOR BREWING SCIENTISTS ASBC Annual Meeting 2015 in La Quinta La Quinta is a desert town in California, just north of the Mexican border. The American Society of Brewing Chemists (ASBC) selected this place as the venue for this year’s annual meeting. When this selection was announced, followed by a glance at a map, it dawned on everybody: It was going to be hot – and, indeed, it got really hot (and cold, too !). You could call the event a tour de force for brewing scientists. Outdoors, the daytime temperature climbed to 45°C under a bright blue desert sky, while the temperature in the meeting rooms with artificial light felt more like 12°C. he 2015 ASBC Annual Meeting was nothing short of a complete success. In four days – from Sunday, June 14, until Wednesday, June 17, the ASBC offered the approximately 320 participants a comprehensive program of more than 70 scientific lectures and workshops. In addition, experts from many fields gave 60-minute presentations ...

BBII 4-15 38-39 From the middle ground to the mainstream
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FROM THE MIDDLE GROUND TO THE MAINSTREAM Sugar-reduced drinks with gold standard taste profiles Sensient Flavors’ APSS (All-Purpose Sweet Solutions) natural flavoring range makes it easy to produce calorie-reduced beverages without sensory drawbacks. Different variants offer versatile solutions: APSS Plus enables sugar to be cut significantly without the need for additional sweeteners, APSS Mask works by masking the negative sensory effects of Stevia and functional ingredients, while APSS Enhance compensates for the drawbacks of high intensity sweeteners (HIS) by enhancing the sugary notes and mouthfeel. he soft drinks industry is facing challenging times: According to market reports, consumption of carbonated soft drinks (CSDs) in particular is declining. In the USA, for example, their market share dropped from more than 50 percent in 2004 to just over 37 percent in 2014.1) And in the UK, Mintel recently revealed that 25 percent of consumers say they drink fewer CSDs than six mont ...

BBII 4-15 40-41 A third helping hand
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A THIRD HELPING HAND Lightweight robots for automating processes The world of robotics is changing. Where previously only large companies were able to integrate heavy, expensive industrial robots into their processes, today small, flexible lightweight robots are working side by side with staff. This man-robot collaboration is creating new, innovative opportunities for automation which are attractive even for small and mid-sized enterprises. This has become possible with the arrival of easily operated robots which perform tasks autonomously and can be used flexibly, enabling them to work directly with staff – and to become a third helping hand. Lightweight robots have even advanced as far as the production facilities in the food and drink industry as they make it easier to deal with volatile markets which pose a challenge to every sector these days. At the end of March 2015, the International Federation of Robotics revealed the enormous growth the robot industry is experiencing in t ...

BBII 4-15 42-43 A new type of craft conolidation - among near-equals
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HORST DORNBUSCH REPORTS FROM THE USA

A new type of craft consolidation – among near-equals s more and more beer drinkers switch from industrial to craft beer and as the craft sector is booming, wellrun craft breweries with a substantial annual volume and a reputation for quality and product diversity are becoming ever more attractive take-over targets.

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There is no better proof of this than the recent purchases by Belgian-headquartered Anheuser-Busch InBev (ABI): This company now owns, among others, Goose Island Brewing Company in Illinois; Blue Point Brewing Company in New York; 10 Barrel Brewing Company in Oregon; and Elysian Brewing Company in Washington State. On top of that, the Jacob Leinenkugel Brewing Company and the Plank Road Brewery, both in Wisconsin, as well as the Blue Moon Brewing Company and the Coors Field’s Sandlot Brewery, both in Colorado, are all subsidiaries of MillerCoors. In Canada, the Japanese Sapporo Holdings Ltd. ow ...

BBII 4-15 44 Beck s - not a German beer
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Beck’s – not a German beer Anheuser-Busch InBev has been caught yet again with its pants down. After its recent disaster with an ambiguously printed label that could be misconstrued as soliciting sexual abuse, consumers in the USA are now taking action against the brewing corporation for giving misleading information on Beck’s beer. By German standards this is hard to understand. However, knowing the American consumers’ – and more importantly their lawyers’ – predilection for law suits, the company should have taken care over the choice of words for its bottle labels and advertisements. Clearly manufacturers and agencies can no longer get by in the USA without an experienced legal adviser. So what happened Beck’s, a German beer brand sold all over the world, is not only brewed in Germany. There are several Beck’s brewing plants outside Germany, for example in St. Louis, Missouri, where the Beck’s beer, produced for the US market, has been brewed since 2012. The la ...

BBII 4-15 45-53 Brewing sciences convene in southern europe
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BREWING SCIENCES CONVENE IN SOUTHERN EUROPE The 35th EBC Congress This year, the 35th Congress of the European Brewery Convention (EBC) took place in southern Europe, in a non-typical beer country. The venue was Porto, Portugal’s second largest city. This city offers a fascinating mix of tradition and modernity. The team responsible for this year’s Congress offered an interesting package of city life, a charming location on the banks of the Douro River, a wealth of scientific content, and an excellent social program. More than 400 participants attended the event, including three students who had been sponsored by the initiative “Ziemann for young talents”. he EBC is currently undergoing a major reorientation, which began in 2012 and is now accelerating. The EBC is a network of brewing technology experts and scientists from the European brewing industry and from various institutes. The Convention is governed by the EBC Executive Committee, which is made up of high-caliber volu ...

BBII 4-15 54-55 Doemens news
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Live Report from Brazil For the first time, the beer sommelier world championships instituted by Doemens in 2009 took place outside continental Europe and all the participants as well as the organizers have been eagerly looking forward to the date for months already. Each country has a limited contingent of participants so over the winter the finalists had to qualify for today’s finals in national qualification rounds. Finally, at 9 am the competition for the world’s best beer sommelier started with a blind tasting, an off-flavor test and an exacting theory exam. Three finalists moved on from this preliminary round and three more contenders were chosen in two intermediate rounds, in which the participants were tested in particular on their sensory description and beer and food pairing abilities. While the semi-finals were not held publicly, now the six finalists had to deal with the added pressure of proving their abilities with virtuosity on a stage in front of hundreds of spect ...

BBII 4-15 56 Beverage innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS JIM BEAM BRAND RELEASES CITRUS HIGHBALL Suntory Spirits Limited released the Jim Beam Citrus Highball Grapefruit, a 350-ml ready-todrink highball cocktail in July.

Since last year, Suntory Spirits has been actively promoting the “citrus highball” drinking style, which entails squeezing juice from fresh citrus fruits into a Jim Beam highball. Recently, Jim Beam Citrus Highballs have risen in popularity at bars and restaurants. With their latest innovation release, the company hopes to allow fans to enjoy the Jim Beam Citrus Highball while at home. Suntory Spirits also looks forward to introducing new consumers to this contemporary take on a classic, refreshing cocktail. Jim Beam Citrus Highball seeks to add the distinctive fragrance of grapefruit to Jim Beam. The spirit used to this product is Suntory’s first attempt at combining three different types of grapefruits spirits and recreates the flavor of “squeezing fresh grapefruit.” Further inf ...

BBII 4-15 57 Allied industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES ENTINOX: NEW STAINLESS STEEL KEGS SUPPLIER IN SPAIN Entinox, the new specialized company producing stainless steel kegs for beer and other carbonated drinks, enters the market with an efficiency-based business model supporting flexibility and innovation with the utmost respect for the environment. Set up by a group of enthusiastic Spanish investors and in tight alliance with a stainless steel transformation expert team, it is headquartered in Figueruelas, Zaragoza, Spain. The most advanced technology is brought into play in its brandnew factory, allowing Entinox to personalize its product portfolio for each and all its customers’ needs, responding to international scenarios. At a time when the international brewing industry maintains a favorable growth trend, Entinox products are a great success both among large brewing groups and craft brewers.

NATUREX: CAROTENOID BASED NATURAL COLORS The Naturex R & D team has gone one step further in stabilizing nat ...

BBII 4-15 6-9 World news
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WORLD NEWS EUROPE

Energy drinks resilient in declining European beverage market Despite difficult financial times, energy drinks show robust growth in Europe. This is due to flavor and ingredient innovations, as well as the emergence of low calorie options that meet the needs of a small, but growing, healthconscious consumer group, finds new report by Canadean. According to the report, the European energy drinks market is expected to increase by 4.9 percent to reach close to 550 million liters in 2015. “Energy drinks are highly submerged in people’s daily routines, which might be one of the reasons why they are so resilient in countries where other categories such as carbonates and beer have been continually declining,” says Angela Wynne, analyst at Canadean. Even in countries like Greece and Russia, where consumers spend less on beverages due to the economic circumstances, energy drink volumes have stayed stable. The report finds that the widening range of flavors ...
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