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BBII 06-16 03 Editorial
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

CONFERENCE SCHEDULE 2017: ALL PACKED AND READY TO FLY The ever-increasing globalization of the beverage industry is documented in glorious detail in the current edition of BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL. Read three full reports, rich in imagery, on recent exhibitions in Santiago de Chile and Shanghai as well as the BrauBeviale in Nuremberg. These are supplemented with bulletins that highlight upcoming events in Brazil and India. Convention offerings by German event organizers such as the NürnbergMesse have gone global in a big way, having announced the creation of a „Beviale Family“ in November. In addition to the Braubeviale in Nürnberg and the Beviale Moscow, exhibitors can now look forward to craft beer conventions in Italy and China along with the eventually upcoming event in Brazil. In early November, our editorial team was on the ground at the 34th annual FIHAV in Havanna, where 3 500 exhibitors from 73 ...

BBII 06-16 06-09 World News
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WORLD NEWS ARGENTINA

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Quilmes increases its presence in Central America

Chinese beer penetrates the Ecuador market

The Quilmes brewery strengthens its presence in Central America through the increase of its finished product exports to Honduras, Costa Rica and Panama. Central America is currently the main region where Quilmes Cristal is exported, even surpassing Europe, historically the most important market for the brand. In 2017 it will also begin to export the brand to Nicaragua. Sales are expected to be 900 thousand liters by the end of this year, mainly destined to Honduras, Costa Rica and Panama. In the case of Panama, it is estimated a growth of 26 percent in relation to 2015. Likewise, the preferred beer of Argentines wins more and more customers in Costa Rica, where sales have maintained sustained growth since 2006.

With an investment of just one million dollars the Tsingtao beer has arrived in Ecuador. In 2014 ...

BBII 06-16 10-11 Beverage Trend Monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

GLOBAL BEER On a global level, the beer consumption declined in 2015. The emerging markets showed varying developments. Meanwhile the traditional markets show positive signs. Globally, beer consumption was down by 1.3 percent in 2015. After years of growth in the emerging regions and decline or stagnation in the classic beer markets, 2015 showed a different picture. The economic struggles in China have led to a notable decline in beer consumption there, affecting the Asian result and ending 2015 with a 3.4 percent volume loss. As Africa also struggled and finished the year with a slight decline of 0.2 percent, it was to Middle East/North Africa (MENA) and Latin America, to generate some growth in the emerging markets, finishing with a + 6.6 percent and +1.0 percent result respectively. The traditional markets showed mixed results: losses were recorded in Australasia and East Europe, while the value driving markets of North America and West Europe ...

BBII 06-16 12-13 A Promising Market
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A PROMISING MARKET Craft Beer in Brazil The craft beer market in Brazil, despite the political and financial challenges, continues to grow and is seen as a promising for the coming years.

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he tradition of brewing in Brazil goes way back to the early nineteenth century. German immigrants started brewing in the 1830s. In recent years, the beer market in Brazil experienced a kind of a new wave. A rising number of craft or microbreweries emerged, brewing various styles of beer.

Number three in the world With an annual volume of 138.6 million hectoliters, Brazil has an important role in the global beer

market, where it ranks third worldwide in production volume (as of 2015). However, as a direct consequence of the political and economic scenario of the country, the main­ stream beer market has fallen in recent years: – 2015 vs 2014 – 2.0 percent decrease in the volume of mainstream beers – 2016* vs 2015 – 1.8 percent decrease in ...

BBII 06-16 14-15 On the Way to be a Record Breaker
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ON THE WAY TO BE A RECORD BREAKER drink technology India taking place at Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre in Mumbai from December 15 to 17, 2016 Shortly ahead of the start of drink technology India (dti), bookings for space at the exhibition have reached a record level. In order to accommodate all requests, the total amount of space available for the 2016 event has been extended. This comes on the back of an increase in space ahead of the last event in 2014. dti, the national and international Who´s Who of the beverage and liquid food sector, will be gathering in the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre in Mumbai between December 15 and 17, 2016, on a new total of over 7,000 square meters of exhibition space (gross, cf. 2014: 4,500 square meters). The visitors to dti are coming to review sector solutions tailored to the specifics of the Indian market and to benefit from a unique program of supporting events. On over 7,000 square meters of exhibition space, the visitors ...

BBII 06-16 16-17 Moving to Shanghai
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MOVING TO SHANGHAI CHINA BREW CHINA BEVERAGE sets new standards The move to Shanghai has propelled CHINA BREW CHINA BEVERAGE to a new level. The most important sector event for the beverage and liquid food industry in the Asian region took place between October 11 and 14, 2016. For the first time it was held in the Shanghai New International Exhibition Centre (SNIEC). 53,183 participants came to find out about the latest technologies and solutions for the Asian market from more than 800 exhibitors on 81,000 square meters of exhibition space. CBB 2016 posted a new record in terms of the number of exhibitors from abroad and the amount of space they booked. A total of 265 companies from outside China showcased their offerings to CBB visitors on around 23,000 square meters of space.

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ichard Clemens, Managing Director of the German Food Processing and Packaging Machin­ ery Manufacturers Association (Fachverband Nahrungsmittel­ maschinen und Verpackungs­ maschin ...

BBII 06-16 18-19 Impressions of the CBB 2016
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Stabilizers for the brewing and bever­ age sector: Christoph Steffens, Regio­ nal Sales Manager Nutrition from Ashland Specialty Ingredients, talked to Sabine Reggel, Publishing House W. Sachon, about stabilization and clarification of beverages.

Having a fun time together: Ma Pu, BBIC-Editor of Vogel, China, and Sabine Reggel

Deng Ping, General Manager, Centec (Beijing), informed Sabine Reggel about process systems.

Impressions of the CBB 2016

Hoppy times at the Hopsteiner booth: Picha Wuttiattapong, General Manager, Hopsteiner China, knows the international and Chinese hop market.

Cans and how to cap them: Petr Salficky, Head of Sales & Marketing, Ferrum, and Sabine Reggel talked about Canning Technology from Switzerland.

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An expert of beverage transport: Jan Dadacz, International Sales Manager of John Guest Limited, together with Sabine Reggel

Labeling technolog ...

BBII 06-16 20-21 Humulus lupulus
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One thing is certain: hardly any other subject in brewing arouses as much controversy as that of hop products. Which should be / may be /  are used What are the differences between the products Why do many people consider CO2 extract to be inferior Is this prejudice justified Are cone hops really “purer” products than pellets But let’s begin at the beginning.

Cones Cone hops is the term used to refer to cones that have been harvested, dried and sub­ sequently packed in 60-kg rectangular bales for use in the brewery in unprocessed form as soon as possible. Looking closely at a cone, one is struck by its attractive shape, the pattern that may be created by the different shades of green etc. What can­ not be seen is the lupulin, the valuable hop com­ pound. It is well hidden on the spindle beneath the bracts. And that is precisely what makes it difficult to obtain the lupulin for the wort / beer, as this husk has to be broken open so that the compounds c ...

BBII 06-16 22-25 Networking Platform for the South
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NETWORKING PLATFORM FOR THE SOUTH AMERICAN BREWING INDUSTRY 7th Ibero-American Symposium of the VLB Berlin, Santiago de Chile The 7th annual Ibero-American Symposium of the VLB Berlin was attended by 180 participants in Santiago de Chile from September 26th to 28th, providing yet another important networking opportunity for the brewing industry in Latin America. The convention took place with the support of CCU and Cerveceria Chile, the two largest brewing conglomerates in Chile.

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hile: 450 km long, no bigger than 400 km wide, Andean peaks higher than 6000 m and a population of 20 million. Boasting the most per-capita income of any Latin American country, Chile is known the world over for its mineral wealth, its agricultural products and its wine.

are around 200 microbreweries, according to Dirk Leisewitz, President of the Asociacion de Productores de Cerveza de Chile (ACECHI), and their popularity has grown during the past few years. Beer consump ...

BBII 06-16 26-27 Impressions of the 7 th Ibero American VLB Symposium
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On a field trip: Dr. Peter Stelter, KHS, Franz Beissel, KHS, Roberto Giampietro, KHS, and Uwe Zimmer, Cervecera CCU Chile (from left)

Manuel Ferrer Urquieta (l.), Cervecera CCU Chile, together with Wolfgang Burkart: CCU Chile was one the asso­ ciated breweries for the symposium.

Andre Trombe (m.), Pall Corporation, talking to two participants of the symposium.

Impressions of the 7th Ibero-American VLB Symposium

Looking forward to the 7th Ibero-American VLB Symposium: Dr. Josef Fontaine, VLB Berlin (2nd from left), Ralph SchnellerReindell, Ziemann Holvrieka (2nd from right), Andreas Reiss, Stabifix Brauerei-Technik (right), and Wolfgang Burkart, Publishing House W. Sachon

Two bearded gentlemen: Roberto Biurrun (l.) and Dr. Deniz Bilge, both VLB Berlin

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The beaming smiles of Gerardo Salazar (l.), MSC Global LLC, and Dr. Nils Rettberg, VLB Berlin: having a fun time in Santiago de Chil ...

BBII 06-16 28-29 Wastewater Treatment in Sicily
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WASTEWATER TREATMENT IN SICILY Lemon juice plant gets sustainable solution Lemons are one of the best known products of Sicily. Eurofood in Sicily is a world leader in lemon juice, producing 22 tons per day. To ensure that its waste is disposed of properly, the company now has an industrial wastewater treatment solution that uses Xylem’s energy-efficient technology.

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iven the high production capacity of Eurofood, the company needed to find a smart way to treat more than 3,000 cubic meters of wastewater every day. As can be imagined, the wastewater has a high level of acidity.

This cannot be handled by the treatment plant of the municipality of Capo D’Orlando, where Eurofood is located. The municipality’s system is designed for 30,000 people, and is already stressed in the summer season. Eurofood

needed to build its own industrial wastewater treatment plant. In addition, the company wanted to maintain its high environmental standa ...

BBII 06-16 30-32 Rapidly Growing
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RAPIDLY GROWING Beer in Myanmar As the largest country in mainland Southeast Asia, Myanmar lies at the intersection of China and India, two of the world’s most dynamic economies. This makes it well positioned to resume its traditional role as a regional trading hub. The country’s beer market, which was closed for outside brewers for quite a long time, was dominated by a state-run brewery. However, with the opening up of the country’s economy, multinational and regional brewers have entered the fray, making the domestic market as one of the most keenly contested in the region.

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ith a population of 54 million and a rapidly growing income of a vast section of population, almost all the major brewers have intensified their efforts to win a larger share in the quickly growing beer market. BBII presents an overview of Myanmar’s rapidly growing beer industry and market in this article.

Heineken produces and distributes four beer brands in Myanmar ...

BBII 06-16 33 Code of Nature
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CODE OF NATURE MEETS PROVENANCE ®

Local sourcing and variants of fruits, spices and herbs Consumers around the world love the taste of nature. Consequently, naturalness is generally popular, both in mature and emerging markets. Symrise has always followed this trend closely and has conducted an extensive naturalness study. It then consolidated its resulting expertise into its strategic platform Code of Nature® and developed beverage concepts that are attractively based on naturalness. Within its study, Symrise has analyzed naturalness from many different perspectives: consumer needs, expert knowledge, cutting-edge technologies and application areas.

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ne of the key dimensions of naturalness, Symrise has discovered, is Provenance, local sourcing and variants (of fruits, spices and herbs). Here it has identified strong consumer interest. Food and beverages containing ingredients with local and regional origins or fruit variants (such as Antonovka a ...

BBII 06-16 34-35 Removable Without Any Cutting Tool
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REMOVABLE WITHOUT ANY CUTTING TOOL High-capacity packaging systems for various applications The high-capacity packaging system Beumer stretch hood efficiently covers all kinds of products with a highly stretchable film hood, while fulfilling the requirements that are specific to the industry: In case of outdoor storage the goods are protected from environmental influences such as sunlight, soil and moisture. When using a non-transparent film, the goods are protected from prying eyes. If designed as an inliner, the film hood prevents the goods from coming in contact with the transport container. In this context, Beumer Group also presented the world‘s first Easy Opening film hood: users can remove the film easily and quickly without any cutting tool.

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he Beumer stretch hood A is the result of the intralogistics specialist completely redesigning its tried-and-trusted packaging system. During its development, specialists analyzed various components and combine ...

BBII 06-16 36-37 Successful Final Act Before
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SUCCESSFUL FINAL ACT BEFORE THE BREAK BrauBeviale 2016 After three trade fair days, BrauBeviale has closed on a spectacular note and is entering its scheduled one-year break before returning in 2018 with fresh ideas. Almost 38,000 trade visitors, over 16,000 of them international, informed themselves intensively at this year’s most important investment goods fair for the beverage industry. “This is the most successful trade fair triple in the history of BrauBeviale,” said Director Exhibitions Andrea Kalrait on the last day of the fair, commenting on the visitor figures. “We registered renewed increases not only in terms of space and internationality, but also among the visitors.” 52 nations were represented on the exhibitors’ side, in particular companies from Germany (586), Italy, Great Britain, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland and Austria. The 1,118 exhibitors included regular guests and newcomers, world market-leaders and small and medium-sized ...

BBII 06-16 38-43 Impressions from BrauBeviale 2016
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Fresh “Störchle”: Hans Roth senior and Hans Roth junior (2nd f. r.) provided us once again with great beer from Storchenbräu. Many thanks!

Like the last few years, the team of Schoeller Alibert stopped by at the Sachon booth: Werner Grieger, Frank Reininghaus and Manfred Bernd (f.l.t.r.)

Reunion at the BrauBeviale (f. l. t. r.): Simon Burkart, Wolfgang Burkart, both Sachon Publishers, Rüdiger Görtz, Grupo Petrópolis, Vilmar Schüssler, and Frank Nohel, both Cooperativa Agrária

Impressions from BrauBeviale 2016

Relaxing after a long day at the fair: Sandra Gresser, Managing Partner, Christian Gresser Behälter- und Anlagenbau, John Brauer, Executive Officer, The Brewers of Europe, Sabine Reggel, Media-service, Publishing House W. Sachon, and Stefan Grauvogl, Arte-Bier (f.l.t.r.)

Enjoying some beers together: Wolfgang Burkart, Publishing House W. Sachon, Johannes Obermeier, Brewmaster Gotlands Bryggeri, Dr. Fri ...

BBII 06-16 44-45 Doemens News
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Valued Readers, It’s about time we got this show on the road. It’s been nearly a year since the Executive Committee announced my appointment as new Executive Director of Doemens and successor to Dr. Wolfgang Stempfl. The orderly transition has been characterized by meetings with the owners and operators of Bavaria’s private breweries. My heartfelt thanks to the executive committee and, of course, to Dr. Stempfl – who graciously postponed his semiretirement – for its guidance and support. It’s a comfort to know that the two of us will share responsibilities during this transition phase. Doemens has become a recognizable brand within the beverage industry nationally and internationally, building trust as a training institution. The Doemens team has managed to consolidate its quality offerings even as it has developed new instructional areas such as the World Brewing Academy and the Savour Academy. Our main focus now will be on expanding the scope of our course offerings whi ...

BBII 06-16 46 Beverage Innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS THE WORLD’S FIRST COMMERCIAL-SCALE RED GLASS BOTTLE

Brugge Tripel Prestige 2016 lives up to its name. Brugge Tripel is enriched with additional herbs, with the flavor of juniper berries being the most striking. At 9.5 % ABV, this strong tripel beer is characterized by a full, round flavor with slightly smoky accents. The beer is rich and creamy, while the use of juniper berries provides a crisp touch. The beer has a complex herbal aroma and is wonderfully balanced, offering a typical bitter/mild flavor.

Owens-Illinois, the world’s leading glass container manufacturer, has partnered with its customer Ambev to bring the world’s first commercial-scale red glass bottle to the market with Ambev’s launch of Skol Beats Secret. This powerful, brand-differentiating color innovation is a result of the company’s own advanced research and technological developments, which have enabled O-I to produce red glass containers on a large scale for ...

BBII 06-16 48-49 Allied Industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES MEETING THE NEEDS OF A GROWING VEGAN FRUIT JUICE MARKET To better serve the growing vegan population, fruit juice producers can now rely on the Filtration Division of the company Eaton for pure vegan fining agents. Fruit juice producers can substitute gelatin with pea or potato protein easily and directly without any adaption of the established fining process and no special tools or additional equipment. SIHA Pea Protein or SIHA Potato Protein can be combined with Eaton’s SIHA Bentonite and, optionally, silica sol fining agents to improve the clarification effect and fruit juice stability. Pea or potato protein will be added to the fruit juice first, in the second step bentonite will follow. Silica sol should be added last for the best fining result.

Today, fruit juice producers use gelatin as a fining agent to clarify and stabilize fruit juices prior to filtration and bottling. Because gelatin is an animal byproduct, it does not meet vegan dietary gui ...
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