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BBII 03-16 03 Editorial
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

A CBC WITH SOME POTENTIAL FOR IMPROVEMENTS The team of the Brewers Association (BA) has plenty of reasons to be satisfied: In 2015, U.S. craft brewers were able to clock a 13 percent sales increase in volume and even 16 percent in dollars. Taken together, they now hold a respectable 21 percent of total beer sales in the U.S. The number of craft breweries increased by 15 percent to 4,269. There were only 68 brewery closings, which were more than offset by 620 openings. As everybody knows, the craft brew movement is being carried along on huge wave of enthusiasm, passion, and collegiality. Thus, exchanging ideas comes naturally to members of the craft brew community – in stark contrast to the practices of the big industrial breweries. At the CBC in Philadelphia, however, it became apparent that there are cracks emerging in this ideal world. For instance, a key complaint of the exhibitors was the „exorbitant prices“ charged b ...

BBII 03-16 06-09 World News
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WORLD NEWS EUROPE

Simon Jackson to represent First Key in Europe Effective May 2016, Simon Jackson takes the lead as Director of the Euro­ pean Region at First Key Consulting. A proven leader with a multi-disciplined track record, Simon has held directorlevel appointments in manufacturing, logistics, sales and customer market­ ing. He has also operated at the man­ agement board-level with significant financial and operational accountability, throughout his successful career in the brewing industry. Simon is a Master Brewer and has extensive experience in capital investment programs, rationalization projects, industrial relations, service / productivity improvements, people de­ velopment strategies, health and safety systems and compliance. At First Key,

The volume of bottled water increased 3.4 percent, driven by Brisa in Colom­ bia, Aquarius and Bonaqua in Argen­ tina. The portfolio of non-carbonated beverages increased 10.5 percent, driven by Vallefr ...

BBII 03-16 10-11 Beverage Trend Monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

GLOBAL BEVERAGE PACKAGING Standout pack design as a basis for competitiveness Beverage packaging has not seen many changes in 2015 *), with the usual suspects driving the categories and pack types. A good message is the recovery of the important markets in North America and West Europe that had seen stagnation or even decline in recent years.

The state of beverage packaging – pack materials and types

Pack size market shares 2010 vs. 2015

Rigid plastics continue to dominate beverage packaging with a share of 60 percent in 2015, ever increasing from the 56 percent it had in 2010. The improvements made in the production process especially of PET bottles are a blessing for both packaging and beverage producers; ever thinner and there­ fore lighter containers mean lesser material and transportation costs, which increases margins and production figures. While beverage consumption **) went up by ca. 3 percent, the ...

BBII 03-16 12-15 Not a one man show
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NOT A ONE-MAN SHOW Messe München is involved in three international trade-fair operations this year September 14 th & 15 th: food & drink technology Africa, October 11th to 14 th: CHINA BREW CHINA BEVERAGE, December 15 th to 17 th: drink technology India – Messe München is planning and organizing three important, international trade fairs this fall. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL spoke with Markus Kosak, Exhibition Director drinktec international, and Benjamin Büttner, PR Manager, and discussed these upcoming fairs in some detail, touching upon various local challenges such as market development and overall customer experience as well as plans for improving both. But also baby lions and hot-pot delicacies were part of the interview. (sig) BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Mr. Kosak: Johannesburg in September, Shanghai in October, then Mumbai in December. Will you be back here in Germany at all during the latter part of this year Markus Kosak: (laughin ...

BBII 03-16 16-17 Dont worry keep brewing
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DON‘T WORRY – KEEP BREWING ... AND DISTILLING Interview with BeerBev-CEO Joachim Gunkel Diversity, authenticity and individuality are key ingredients for craft brewing as well as for craft distilling. Distilling as a brewery is a logical progression, a next step in the creative process – thinks also Joachim Gunkel, CEO of BeerBev LLC. As the company‘s motto „Don‘t worry – keep brewing ... and distilling“ already says, BeerBev now expands its successful business towards craft spirits like whiskey, vodka or fruit brandy. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL talked with Joachim Gunkel about the new Distilling Competence Center and how BeerBev can support its customers in this new segment. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Mr. Gunkel, as we have heard, BeerBev expands its successful business to a new segment. Can you tell us more about the new segment and what have been the reasons for the expansion of your business to this segment Joachim Gunkel: In ...

BBII 03-16 18-19 Upward trend will continue
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“UPWARD TREND WILL CONTINUE” Interview with Bob Pease, President & CEO of the Brewers Association Since August 2014 Bob Pease has been President & CEO of the Brewers Association after taking over from Charlie Papazian, the founder of the craft beer movement in the USA. In Philadelphia BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL spoke to Pease, not just about the success of the Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America®, but also about his vision for the craft beer market in the USA and worldwide. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Mr. Pease, the 2016 Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America is over and I’m sure you had high expectations. Did the event live up to your expectations

fore the event. 13,600 participants from craft brewing circles and 834 exhibitors – those are good figures. We’re also happy with the extremely positive feedback we’ve received from both craft brewers and exhibitors.

74 different seminars on ...

BBII 03-16 20-23 The art of thriving in an
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THE ART OF THRIVING IN AN EVER-MORE CROWDED INDUSTRY The future of craft brewing in the United States Early this May, more than 12,000 industry attendees and 835 exhibitors convened in Philadelphia for the 33rd Craft Brewers Conference and BrewExpo America® (CBC), an event focused entirely on the art, science, and business of making and selling good beer. As a destination, Philadelphia was an apt choice. In 1682, the city’s founder, William Penn, combined the Greek words for love (phileo) and brother (adelphos), to officially name the city, and in so doing created a now more than 300-year old civic nickname for Philadelphia: “The City of Brotherly Love.” The name is a very fitting image for this year’s CBC, because – even as the craft brew industry is maturing, competition is heightening, and larger players are looming – there is still a pervasive sense of camaraderie and good will among craft brewers in the air. Yes, craft brewers, it seems, know they need to stick toge ...

BBII 03-16 24-27 Impressions of the CBC
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, does not only have an outstanding beer culture. It is also the fifth biggest city in the USA with a lot of history to offer. For example right after New York and before Washington D.C. Philadelphia once was the second capital city of The United States of America. In Philadelphia the declaration of independence was proclaimed and the constitution passed.

CBC-Impressions

The CBC Welcome Reception took place at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. A really impressive scenery ...

Everybody came to hear him and the auditorium was almost bursting at the seams: Keynote Speaker Billy Beane, famous for the bestselling book and Oscar-nominated film “Moneyball”.

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... and many Craft Brewers used the opportunity to soak in some culture while tasting creative types of beer.

Right after Beane’s lecture most of the Craft Brewers were heading towards the exhibition, of course fully ...

BBII 03-16 28-30 Consumption drives
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CONSUMPTION DRIVERS Flavor can help increase youth appeal of alcohol-free beer in Germany While Germany’s overall beer consumption may be in decline, sales of alcoholfree beer containing less than 0.5 % ABV have been steadily growing over the past few years. Research from Mintel confirms that non-alcoholic beer is increasingly becoming a part of everyday life in Germany. In addition to tapping into the health and wellness trend, the other factor contributing to the growing popularity of a non-alcoholic brew is its improved taste. Contrary to the demand of ­ German seniors, alcohol-free beers with flavors appeal to young consumers.

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lmost one-third (32 %) of German beer drinkers bought non-alcoholic beer for drinking at home in 2015, highlighting that there is the growing recognition of alcohol-free varieties not only as an option for drivers on a night out, but also as a thirst-quencher at home.

Health and improved taste are main consumptio ...

BBII 03-16 31 Versatile detector
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VERSATILE DETECTOR Crown cap inspection with the EyeVision image processing software Quality control is essential in production plants. Also for the food and beverage production. It doesn‘t matter if it is packaging, labeling or the cap, zero error production is a necessity. To guarantee a zero error production the image processing software and the appropriate hardware such as smart cameras are getting more and more powerful. This leads one to believe that there is already an image processing solution for each machine vision application. The EyeVision software for example contains commands for various measurement technology applications, for pattern matching, for code reading, for object counting or in plain terms for error detection.

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oncerning the bottling industry, the EyeVision software not only inspects the fill level, detects if bottles are without caps or checks the correct position of the label, it also offers the opportunity to inspect with a 3 D ...

BBII 03-16 32-35 No alcohol full taste
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NO ALCOHOL, FULL TASTE Dealcoholization with reverse osmosis preserves the character of the Andechs wheat beer On 19 March 2016, exactly 23 years after the premiere of its pale wheat beer, the Andechs Monastery Brewery presented the non-alcoholic counterpart. The first non-alcoholic beer brewed on the “Sacred Mountain” impresses with its full and smooth body and the exact character so beloved by the fans of the original Andechs wheat beer. This was made possible by the gentle cold dealcoholization with an innovative GEA reverse osmosis plan.

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his year’s St. Joseph’s Day (19 March) was a very special day for the employees of the Andechs Monastery Brewery: For the first time, non-alcoholic beer was officially served in the rustic Andechs beer lounge. The Benedictine monks of St. Boniface in Munich and Andechs, which own the brew­ ery, and the brewmasters took

their time with the introduction of the non-alcoholic beer – for a good reason. ...

BBII 03-16 36-39 Beer against hard liquors
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BEER AGAINST HARD LIQUORS Indian beer market is rapidly changing Indian beer industry has changed in the last decade due to the entry of international beer such as Foster, Budweiser and Carlsberg. Earlier the beer market was dominated by the controversial liquor king of India, Vijay Mallya controlled United Breweries Group and other domestic brands such as Haywards. However, attractiveness of a huge domestic market has attracted a number of foreign brewers in recent years, changing the face of industry completely. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL presents an overview of Indian beer industry and performance of foreign players in this article. in India, lower than most other beer markets in the world. India’s low per-capita beer consumption stands out even among the BRICS nations – Brazil (65 liters), Russia (66 liters), China (32 liters) and South Africa (63 liters). Even a small increase of the 2 liters per capita in India to say 4 liters would mean a staggering growth ...

BBII 03-16 40-42 Glass lined
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GLASS LINED Long-lasting pH probes in the food industry The pH value is one of the most important and commonly measured values in many fields of process engineering. The stability of the entire production process can be increased by regulating the pH value in a targeted way. In food production, the pH value is also an important indicator of consistent quality, taste and reproducibility in a product, and a significant variable during and after cleaning of the production facilities. Thanks to their maintenance-free operation and long service lives, robust glass lined pH probes are a cost-effective option for constant use in the food industry.

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he use of glass electrodes has certain disadvantages, such as short calibration intervals, drifting, high vulnerability during CIP and short service lives. Even the most up-to-date transmitters cannot fully compensate these disadvantages. Moreover, pH probes are subject to various mechanical stresses: flow rates and turbu ...

BBII 03-16 43-47 Special character
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SPECIAL CHARACTER On hops, filters and precious oils Volatile oils and aroma compounds in the hop umbels are responsible for lending beer its special and unique aromatic character. It is, therefore, an essential task of the brewing process to retain the concentration of the hop oils in the beer. This is ensured through the use of Becopad depth filter sheets.

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ops, a plant of the hemp family, have been one of the basic ingredients used in brewing beer for many centuries. They lend the “amber nectar” not only its special flavor but also its aroma. A variety of volatile oils and aroma compounds in the hop umbels are responsible for this – similar to those in flowers, perfumes and spices – providing the pleasant and “hoppy” scent. Although not all characteristics of hops have been analyzed, we know they cannot be replaced with chemical aromas. While the proportion of these oils is only around 0.5 to 3 percent, they are still a defining factor in terms ...

BBII 03-16 48-51 Not just a nice
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NOT JUST A NICE-TO-HAVE Production flexibility as key to growth for CSD Carbonated soft drinks remain the world’s most valuable soft drink category – exceeded in quantity sales only by bottled water. However, in spite of stable growth in value and volumes, the market for these beverages is changing at an exceptional pace. With new categories springing up to meet changing local tastes and preferences and a clear split between sales patterns in developed and emerging markets, production flexibility is no longer just a nice-to-have. Being able to quickly and efficiently adapt production to meet changing demand has become essential in capitalizing on the many opportunities within this dynamic category.

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ne of the clearest trends in the carbonated soft drinks market is the split between emerging and developed markets. In many developed markets, growth has been slow or sales have even declined between 2009 and 2014 1). However, in emerging markets the reverse i ...

BBII 03-16 52-53 Product friendly preservation
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PRODUCT-FRIENDLY PRESERVATION OF FRUIT JUICE PCT-plant for research under strict hygienic conditions inaugurated at Fraunhofer IGB Pressure change technology – PCT for short – makes it possible to preserve fruit juices as gently as possible and to extract valuable ingredients. Fraunhofer IGB has developed the process through to final industrial application. Apart from the food preservation applications, the experts also use the technology to obtain extracts and active ingredients from plant, microalgae and microbial cells. A research facility for the purpose of testing the technology under strict hygienic conditions is now in operation: the PCT plant was inaugurated on June 21, 2016.

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icroorganisms cause the spoilage of fresh foodstuffs. For a longer shelf life, microorganisms must therefore be inactivated or their reproduction must be inhibited. Chemical preservatives, which are mainly used today, may cause allergic reactions; their acceptance as food ad ...

BBII 03-16 54-55 Sophisticated technology
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SOPHISTICATED TECHNOLOGY Coca-Cola uses customized hot fill system for its new pulpy beverages Around the globe consumers are finding that juices and sports drinks 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. For its juice and sports beverages Coca-Cola Canners in South Africa has now opted for a high-performance hot filling line from KHS.

Coca-Cola bottles iced tea, sports drinks and juices with and without fruit chunks on the new line.

without fruit chunks on the new line. The new pulpy beverages could not be bottled on the two existing lines for PET bottles.

Coca-Cola Canners in South Africa bottles a range of soft drinks in PET. KHS has developed and installed a complete new line for the site in Johannesburg. (photos: © KHS)

“The entire fruit j ...

BBII 03-16 56-58 Successful premiere
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SUCCESSFUL PREMIERE New briquetting press for Repasack No one at Repasack in Oberhausen is prepared to part with its HSM BRP 4810 briquetting press: the machine presses twice as fast as its predecessor, compresses the material to one third of its initial volume and so far it has not had any operational faults. At the large counting center for disposable packaging made from PET, aluminum and tin there was a positive summary regarding the first new HSM briquetting press. Despite some difficulties that had had to be overcome along the way. PET bottles and cans for the first time. The new machine in Oberhausen also gave the employees a few surprises: the very first rolloff container, filled with briquettes from the new HSM machine, was too heavy. No wonder, as the briquettes from the new press were twice as heavy as the old ones.

Successful outcome – not guaranteed at first

HSM developed the first briquetting press for heavy-duty work in a counting house in clos ...

BBII 03-16 60-61 Doemens News
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Dear Reader, No two mineral waters are alike – one of the first lessons learned by the water somme­ liers graduating from the Doemens Acad­ emy. Every mineral water is absolutely unique due to its ori­ gin, its composition, its nutritional benefits and its characteristic taste, by which it can be distinguished from other mineral waters. Furthermore, many mineral waters show health pro­ moting properties. The water sommelier course has been established in 2011 for participants from German speaking countries and has since been held annually. The num­ ber of international participants has been increasing, which gives us the op­ portunity to offer the water sommelier course in English language for the first time. Applications from Spain, Poland, Portugal, Turkey, the Philippines and Macau show the growing interest in our most valuable resource. Even though Germany can already offer a great diversity of different mineral wa­ ters, the international water sommelier course will cov ...

BBII 03-16 62-63 Beverage Innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS SMIRNOFF LAUNCHES TWO FRUIT CIDERS Diageo has released two variants of Smirnoff Cider, a blend of carbonated cider, fruit flavors and Smirnoff vodka. The raspberry & pomegranate and passionfruit & lime va riants are packaged in 50  cl, crown-capped clear bottles.

Claire O’Neill, innovation commercialization manager for Smirnoff brand owner Diageo GB, said: “There has been a number of innovations in the fruit cider category over the last few years, and as the market continues to grow in both the on- and off-trade channels, we still see that there is potential to grow the category even further.“

years. The first, a 7-year rye bourbon finished in port barrels, is artfully joined by an 11-year wheated bourbon and an 11-year rye bourbon, the company says.

Further information: www.smirnoff.com

Both are described as “lightly fizzed cider with a blend of crisp, fruit flavors combined with Smirnoff vodka,” and wi ...

BBII 03-16 64-65 Allied Industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES ASCO’S NEW APPEARANCE

PACKO PUMPS: HIGH SHEAR PUMP

GNT GROUP OPENS AFFILIATE IN DUBAI

Last year, Swiss Asco Carbon Dioxide Ltd., headquartered in Romanshorn, celebrated its 40th anniversary. This milestone as well as some major structural busi­ ness changes in recent years have been used as an opportunity to modernize Asco’s visual market presence. CEO Marco Pellegrino points out: ”The message to our customers and all interested par­ ties is very clear: We do have a new appearance but our values remain the same. These visual changes should only reflect our company’s transformation over the years including our extended product portfolio. Thus, our ap­ pearance is as up to date as our technologies.“

The new, efficient high shear mix­ ing method of the Shear Mixer Pump Series SFP2  &  SFP3 from Packo Pumps Belgium is based on the proven EHEDG certified pump series FP  2 with open im­ peller and se ...
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