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BBII 01-16 03 Editorial
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

EVERY BEGINNING HAS ITS OWN MAGIC Just as every flower wilts and youth Makes way for old age, each stage of life blossoms, And so blossoms every wisdom and every virtue In its time, and may not last forever. At each of life’s calls, the heart Must be ready for goodbyes and new beginnings, To courageously and without fear Enter into new connections. And every beginning has its own magic, Which protects and helps us lead our lives.

We must pass from room to room with joy, Not clinging to any one as if it were home, The cosmic spirit neither binds nor restrains, But lifts and broadens us, step by step. As soon as we feel at home in one of life’s circles and become familiar, there rises the threat of complacency, Only those who are ready to leave and travel, May escape the paralyzing comforts.

You may think it odd to find a poem in an editorial of BBII, however, “Stages” by Hermann Hesse expresses exa ...

BBII 01-16 06-07 World News
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WORLD NEWS drinktec 2017: focus on water and energy management Next year, drinktec, the “World´s Leading Trade Fair for the Beverage and Liquid Food Industry” will be highlighting the whole theme of water and energy management. Water is the most important basic ingredient for the brewing and beverage industry. But that´s just part of the story. In the production processes, water fulfills many other functions – either as process water, an ener­ gy carrier or in cleaning operations. Wa­ ter demand and water consumption is therefore correspondingly high. For this reason in the production of beverages and liquid food the emphasis is more and more on a holis­ tic consideration of the way resources are con­ sumed. Economic factors, but also image concerns, in relation to sustainable production, play an important role. Continuing to increase output while reducing consumption of resources – that is a goal for the future.

largest suppliers of imported wines to the gr ...

BBII 01-16 08-09 Beverage Trend Monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

PACKAGED WATER Dominant force in the Soft Drinks world For the first time, Packaged Water has surpassed Carbonates as largest category in the Soft Drinks universe in 2015 (Note: 2015 figures are preliminary). The global volume grew (Bulk / HOD Water consumption not included) by 6.4 percent, increasing Packaged Water’s share of total Soft Drinks to 34.7 percent, leaving Carbonates trailing with 33.4 percent. The reason behind this success has a lot to do with consumers turning away from carbonated soft drinks to healthier alternatives, which benefits Packaged Water. Health reasons, like excessive sugar consumption or childhood obesity, have not only been a topic in the western world. Proposed or established “sugar taxes” have affected Carbonates, Juices and Nectars consumption worldwide, with consumers looking for alternatives.

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ackaged Water, long estab­ lished in developed markets, has become widely prevalent in ...

BBII 01-16 10-12 Making a success
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MAKING A SUCCESS OUT OF NECESSITY Kematec Kellereitechnik celebrates 25 years in business In 2015 the cellar-engineering firm Kematec Kellereitechnik opened a brand new production hall at the firm’s current headquarters in Teningen. After starting out in the basement of his family home, founder Erwin Dages can look back on 25 successful years in business. Talking to BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL he looks towards the future. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Mr. Dages, for 25 years now you have been at the head of Kematec Kellereitechnik GmbH, a company you basically founded out of necessity. What happened actually Erwin Dages: Three of us founded Kematec: Konrad Kunzweiler, Helmut H. Schwill and myself. We were working at Otto Sick KG when the company went bankrupt so we were faced with the ques­ tion of what our next career moves would be and we decided to start our own company. Each of us took on one of three tasks: Helmut Schwill was in charge of the bu ...

BBII 01-16 13-17 Back to the future
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BACK TO THE FUTURE “Heirloom and terroir malts” for “heirloom and terroir” beer styles In the area of beer styles, craft brewers have been known mostly for their innovation. Many of their beers have been experimental and futuristic, some even extreme. Among their creations, there are outrageously hopped IPAs, barrel-aged sour beers, apricot wheat ales, cherry porters, high-alcohol stouts, lambics with cranberries, and even bocks aged on chocolate. Brewing traditions and a dedication to the classics, on the other hand, seemed, on the surface, to account for little among these modern daredevil craft brewers. Yet, almost inexplicably, these same brewers are now releasing more and more heirloom and terroir beers from mankind’s brewing past; and maltsters are joining the new trend by releasing more and more heirloom and terroir malts. To learn more about this recent, seemingly contradictory trend in the craft brew sector, Brewing and Beverage Industry International talked to two ...

BBII 01-16 18-21 Extremely well received
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EXTREMELY WELL RECEIVED The VLB Brewing Symposium in Brazil The 6th Ibero-American Brewing Symposium held by the VLB Berlin took place in Brazil from 21 to 23 September 2015. Despite the difficult overall economic situation in the largest country in South America, the atmosphere among the 240 participants from 15 nations was very good.

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he VLB Berlin’s Ibero-American Symposium has become established in the Spanish and Portuguese speaking world as a top quality trade event for technical managers from the brewing and beverage industry. After successful events held in Seville (Spain, 2008), Mexico City (2011), Petrópolis (Brazil, 2012), Buenos Aires (Argen­ tina 2013) and Madrid (2014), in 2015 the symposium was hosted by Brazil for the second time.

Craft beers going strong despite the economic crisis South America’s largest country is currently going through a prolonged economic crisis. This is mani­ fest in a drop in the GDP, raised inflatio ...

BBII 01-16 22-23 Impressions of the VLB Symposium
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Happy faces all around during a break (from right): Peter Otte, Brazil Kirin; Alfredo Ferreira and Kathia Zanatta, two rising stars at the Instituto da Cerveja, Sao Paulo; Julio Landmann, Wallerstein; Wolfgang Burkart, Verlag Sachon.

The emotional attachment of „retiree“ Peter Ehrhardt to his longtime employer was obvious when he visiting the Brasil Kirin Brewery in Itu (from left): Ruben Fröming, Brasil Kirin, industry guru Peter Ehrhardt; Wolfgang Burkart.

IMPRESSIONS OF THE IBEROAMERICAN BREWERY SYMPOSIUM

All German-speaker over here! The visit of Cervejaria Petropolis in Boituva was perfectly organized.

26. Sep 2016 – 28. Sep 2016 Santiago de Chi le

Relaxing after a successful day at an evening get-together (from right): Thomas Weigand, Lucio Minosi, both Bucher Filtrox; Ralph SchnellerReindell, Christopher Biechl, both Ziemann Holvrieka.

Diego Gomes da Silva, Director Industrial of Grupo Petropoli ...

BBII 01-16 24-26 Unadulterated purity
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UNADULTERATED PURITY Waste-free beer filtration with ceramic membranes “No waste, pure taste” is the motto when it comes to ceramic beer filtration clearamic. The method with inert ceramic membranes completely dispensed with filter aids such as kieselguhr is trendsetting for sustainable and gentle processes in beer production. With the new system now also breweries get access to a proven technology, whereas the ceramic filtration has already been successfully and reliably applied in the wine and fruit juice industry for years.

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ncreased demands from the breweries with respect to sus­ tainable process management have brought various alternatives to classic kieselguhr filtration. These can be classified in two main groups: 1. Precoat filtration, which kieselguhr systems can also use – with alternatives to kieselguhr such as cellulose fiber or polymer powder. Static filter systems such as sheet filters or various cartridge systems that have previously ser ...

BBII 01-16 27-29 The content sterilizes
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THE CONTENT STERILIZES THE PACKAGING In South Africa Coca-Cola uses customized hot fill system from KHS Juices and sports beverages are in at the moment: around the globe consumers are finding that they are a healthy alternative to what are often rather sugary soft drinks. Bottlers who want to muscle in on this growth market have to satisfy the special technical demands made of the process and filling technology for such products. Here, Coca-Cola Canners in South Africa has opted for a high-performance hot filling line from KHS.

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oca-Cola, Fanta and Sprite are brands which are popular the world over. They are also well known in South Africa, where Coca-Cola and the international beverage group‘s local partners dominate the market. Yet these classic product segments are already almost fully developed in many areas and new market participants are heating up the competition. „The entire fruit juice and sports drinks segment is growing all over the world as h ...

BBII 01-16 30-31 Green light for recycling
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GREEN LIGHT FOR RECYCLING Biogas has an exciting future The Danpower group sees the biogas sector as a key growth factor for the future. Twenty-five biogas plants are currently in operation, one of which is in Bad Köstritz / Thüringen. Excess, packaged and unpackaged beverages and food or beverages and food that has reached its expiration date are sensibly converted into energy here. lined pallets with full PET bottles and beverage cartons, which are to be thrown into the large hopper of the HSM PET FluidEx 600. Now the effective emptying and compaction process can begin. The bottles and beverage cartons are pulled in by two shafts. Two other shafts made of special har­ dened steel perforate the packag­ ing in seconds so that the fluid can escape. The recycling paths then split here: On the one hand, the perforated packaging material is specifically guided through a rotating screw and squeezed further.

The perforated packaging material is specifically guided throu ...

BBII 01-16 32-35 Pet packaging design
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PET PACKAGING DESIGN Creating value from concept to consumer Studies in purchasing behavior suggest that it takes a consumer just three to seven seconds to choose one beverage over another. A number of factors have undoubtedly contributed to that decision making process well in advance of the consumer entering the store: brand development, advertising, sales promotion, personal recommendations, and previous experience, to name but a few.

Consumers decide within seconds which product they choose.

lthough very important, attractiveness and consumer experience are certainly not the only value that great packaging design can create. Long before the product reaches the point of sale, the design of the bottle can create value throughout the supply chain.

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Additional value areas include improved line efficiency, enhanced product safety, greater sustainability, quicker time to market, and

Vincent Le Guen Vice President, Packaging, ...

BBII 01-16 36-37 Is America ready for
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IS AMERICA READY FOR LOWER ALCOHOL BEER A Mintel research shows that it‘s mostly about the wording In Europe, lower alcohol beers – and in particular radlers – have been a rare sales bright spot for major brewers in recent years. Can the same happen in America Not judging by recent beer innovation.

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espite a more health-aware consumer, the US has seen ABV (Alcohol by Volume) beer levels rise to unprecedented heights over the past few years.

For example, in 2013, three in five of all new beers released into US retail had a high ABV of 6.6 %+. While this proportion has since reduced to 45 percent in 2015 (January to mid-November), such a proportion is still huge in comparison to Europe. In fact, in 2015 (January to mid-November), just 2 percent of all new beer inno­ vation in America can be defined as having a lower ABV, which we define as between 0.6 percent and 3.5 percent ABV. The reason for America’s higher ABV levels is down to the i ...

BBII 01-16 38-41 On a daily basis
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ON A DAILY BASIS Beer in South Korea With one of the highest per capita beer consumption in Asia (source: Kirin Holding Report and Vietnam Beer Association Report), South Korea is one of the most interesting beer markets in the Asian continent. Despite the high per capita consumption, it is surprising to see that the entire market is catered by just two brewing majors. Another surprising fact about the beer and liquor consumption is that South Korea is the highest per capita consumer of hard liquor (source: Euromonitor), yet it ranks 42nd globally on per capita beer consumption. BBII presents an overview of the beer market of South Korea, the country known for its green, hilly countryside dotted with cherry trees and centuries-old Buddhist temples, plus its coastal fishing villages, tropical islands and high-tech cities such as Seoul.

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lcohol plays an important role in the social life of South Koreans. It is consumed at busi­ ness events and at social gathe ...

BBII 01-16 42-45 Shedding light on
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SHEDDING LIGHT ON THE BEERS OF TOMORROW 15th Belgian Brewing Conference Chair J. De Clerck XV The Belgian brewing conference – Chair J. De Clerck was established in 1983 by the universities of Leuven (KU Leuven) and Louvain-la-Neuve (UCL) in memory of Jean De Clerck (1902 to 1978) and is organized every two years. This year’s edition was held in the historical city of Leuven, hometown of AB InBev and proud owner of the “Oude Markt,” a town square harboring over 40 cafés in a row, and therefore often referred to as “the longest bar in the world.” Therefore, it is undeniably the ideal venue for the ambitious 15th edition of the Belgian Brewing Conference. With 275 participants, this edition was sold out and by far the most well-attended to date. With 31 top-class speakers from the beer world and a rich plethora of degustation beers, Leuven was even more than usual the “place to beer”!

A unique picture: all of world’s Trappist beers united. A combination o ...

BBII 01-16 46-47 Doemens News
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Dear Readers, Growing up in ‘Gottesgarten’ in Upper Franconia, Bavaria – a region that has most of the breweries per square mile in the world – beer was part of my heritage. I completed my training as a brewer and malter in 2007 at the pilot brewery of the Institute for Brewing and Beverage Technology of the TU Munich, where, thanks to my head instructor, Dr. Martina Gastl, I was able to gain a deep insight into all aspects of brewing and malting. After successfully completing training as an assistant brewer, I studied brewing at the TUM and graduated as a qualified brewmaster. Alongside my studies I gathered my first experience in conveying the enjoyment of beer to visitors and customers at the Weihenstephan National Brewery by giving guided tours of the brewery. I later delved deeper into this field, obtaining my qualification as a DLG (German Agricultural Society) taster and completing training as a certified beer sommelier at Doemens. The first step of my career took me t ...

BBII 01-16 48-49 Allied industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES RALPH GEHLHAR JOINS ZIEMANN HOLVRIEKA Ziemann Holvrieka strengthens its Management Board: Since Feb­ ruary 1st Ralph Gehlhar is Chief Commercial Officer (CCO) for Sales and Marketing.

process engineers based in Beijing. Centec already has a customer base in the country that will appreciate local service. Furthermore, Centec intends to gain new customers in food, bev­ erage and pharmaceutical industry as well as in various other fields with a strong own representation on site. Further information: www.centec.de

A COOLBALL TO COOL BEER

Ralph Gehlhar

The grad­ uate mechanical and process technology engineer has gained de­ cades of experience in international sales in the food and bever­ age industry – a target sector for Ziemann Holvrieka. Most recently, Ralph Gehlhar served as Vice President of the US manufacturer of products and solutions for filtration, separation and purification, Pall, in Switzerland. Previous ...
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