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BBII 01-17 03 Editorial
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

“YOUNG TALENTS” PROGRAM PROMOTES YOUNG ACADEMICS In today’s editorial, you’ll find not just the usual photo of yours truly but a group shot. So. What’s new  Well, we are happy to report that Dominik Weikl did rejoin us as a member of our editorial team, starting February 1. And we extend a hearty welcome to him. Dominik has been with us once before, from 2005 until 2008. Now, he will be replacing Silke Graf, who is about to go on maternity leave for two years. We wish her the best! Dominik became rather famous during his first tour of duty with us, as is evident from an envelope – pictured here – that we were able to dredge up from our archives. The sender, an Indian supply company, apparently was much more concerned with the creative design of the envelope than with the correct address, because they used a passport photo instead of an address. Now, that’s what happens to you when you are a winner !


BBII 01-17 06-09 World News
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WORLD NEWS LATIN AMERICA

BRAZIL

Coca-Cola third quarter results in Latin America

Beer production drops

Revenues from the Mexico and Central America division grew 6.4 percent to USD 1.46 billion in the third quarter of 2016, compared to the same period in 2015. This increase is mainly due to the accelerated growth in volume and an increase in the average price per case of 4.6 percent in Mexico.

The economic crisis in Brazil is also affecting beer production, which according to data from the Beverage Production Control System (Sicobe) in November fell by 3.6 percent. In relation to the previous month, the reduction of production was 0.7 percent, totaling 1.29 trillion liters, while compared with November 2015, the decrease was 3.6 percent.

The volume of the division grew 2.5 percent to 521.9 million cases in the third quarter of 2016, compared to the same period in 2015. Volume in Mexico expanded 2.5 percent and vo ...

BBII 01-17 10-11 Beverage Trend Monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

BOTTLED WATER MARKET – GLOBAL INDUSTRY ANALYSIS The global market for bottled water has gained significant momentum in the past few years, chiefly owing to the increasing global demand for convenient, safer, healthy, and refreshing beverages. Rising concerns regarding the adverse effects of the high-sugar content of carbonated soft drinks and increasing disposable incomes of the population in Asia Pacific, Latin America, and Eastern Europe have also significantly contributed to the increasing demand for bottled water in the global market.

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ransparency Market Research estimates that the global bottled water market will expand at a 6.6 percent CAGR over the period between 2016 and 2024. If the projection holds true, the market will rise from a valuation of US$ 169.9 bn to US$ 307.2 bn by 2024.

Promising Growth Of the key varieties of products available in the market, including

still bottled water, ...

BBII 01-17 12-14 Life Liberty and the Pursuit of Craft Beer
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LIFE, LIBERTY AND THE PURSUIT OF CRAFT BEER HOPPINESS 34th Craft Brewers Conference and BrewExpo America to take place in Washington D.C. this year The 34th edition of the Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America® (CBC) will return to the nation’s capital, Washington, D.C. from April 10 to 13. An expected record: 14,000 brewing industry professionals will have the opportunity to meet with 800+ exhibitors and hear from a wide range of speakers during 70 seminars across 11 different tracks. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL spoke with Brewers Association Director Paul Gatza, Brewers Association Chief Economist Bart Watson and Brewers Association Event Director Nancy Johnson about the upcoming event, the challenges of the still growing craft brewers scene, the definition of craft beer and Dorothy’s ruby slippers. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Back in the capital after three years’ absence: How does it feel to host the upcoming Craft Brewers Conference ...

BBII 01-17 15 Up Close and Personal
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UP CLOSE & PERSONAL What excites or upsets you in the beverage industry I consider the beverage market, especially the beer market, fascinating. It’s always great to participate in conferences and events around the world and feel a positive spirit in people. Unfortunately, there are still breweries, where the cost drivers speak louder than the ones responsible for the quality during product development. What was your biggest professional challenge Implementing a quality culture in a brewery to achieve the HACCP certification. Changing people’s mindset is really challenging, but also rewarding when it succeeds. Which will be the greatest future challenge for the beverage industry The optimization of processes in order to reduce water consumption and energy sources is still an important issue for the brewing industry. In addition, it will be important to be able to maintain diversification, and innovation facing the major consolidation of breweries aroun ...

BBII 01-17 16-17 Being prepared for the future
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BEING PREPARED FOR THE FUTURE Interview with Dirk Hund, Member of the Management Board at Leibinger, about its new spare parts warehouse in the USA The Leibinger company designs and manufactures bottling, canning and transvasion machines for craft beer, sparkling wine, champagne, wine, cider, spirits and soft drinks. Since January this year Leibinger has run a spare parts store for its customers in the USA. The BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL talked to Dirk Hund, Member of the Management Board, about this new development, about the craft beer market in the USA and the future of Leibinger. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Mr. Hund, in 2014, Leibinger introduced a patented and award-winning “balloon-style bottling technology.” In 2016, the company expanded its headquarters in Teningen and as of January this year you have a spare parts store for your customers in the USA. So Leibinger is still on the rise. Was this development planned or are you a little surp ...

BBII 01-17 18-21 European brewers meet in Poland
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EUROPEAN BREWERS MEET IN POLAND EBC Symposium 2016 The city of Wrocław in Poland was not only the European Capital of Culture in 2016, but hosted the EBC Symposium “Modern Brewing Technology and Wort Production” and the Dalai Lama at the same time. More than 125 attendees participated in compelling lectures on this important topic while networking with fellow visitors. Those who were especially fortunate got to shake hands with the city’s famous guest! As tradition dictates, the EBC Symposium “Modern Brewing Technology and Wort Production” in Wroclaw began with a welcome evening, a city tour and a joint boat trip. Due to heavy rainfall, this became a somewhat moister event than originally planned, but the mood was not diminished. Old acquaintances were rekindled, news exchanged and the bad weather quickly fell by the wayside with the help of good beer and a truly delicious barbecue.

Opening and retrospective On Monday morning, EBC President Tiago M. Brandão op ...

BBII 01-17 22-25 Facing headwinds
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FACING HEADWINDS Carbonated beverages in China For the past two years, the eyes of the world have been on the Chinese consumer. Cooling economic growth, a depreciating currency, and a gyrating stock market are making companies and business leaders concerned that China’s economic dream may have finally ended, and tough times lie ahead. However, despite the gloom and doom news about the state of the country’s economy, consumer confidence has remained surprisingly resilient over the past few years, as salaries have continued to rise and unemployment has stayed low. Talking about the carbonated beverage industry, the days of broad based market growth are over. Consumers are increasingly becoming selective in their purchase due to life style and health issues. BBII presents an overview of the Carbonated Beverage Industry in China in this article.

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ith the largest population, China causes companies to just start drooling. The country offers a huge market potent ...

BBII 01-17 26-28 For an uncompromising commitment
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FOR AN UNCOMPROMISING COMMITMENT TO SAFETY PET complete solutions for bottled water Success for producers bottling still and sparkling water requires a focus on output and efficiency, combined with an uncompromising commitment to food safety. By taking a holistic view of the production cycle, a fully connected line can be optimized through a combination of lightweight packaging, great efficiency and hygiene, always keeping the total cost of ownership (TCO) as low as possible.

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ater is a precious commodity. Increasing urbanization in developing countries – and the resulting need for regular access to drinkable water, and the move away from sugary beverages in more mature markets have driven a growth in demand for bottled water around the world.

Global sales climbed in volume by 6.7 percent between 2014 and 2015 to reach 193 billion liters with still water accounting for 86 percent of this total [1]. The material of choice in this growing market i ...

BBII 01-17 29-31 A new whey oft thinking
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A NEW WHEY OF THINKING Protein in clear beverages Protein is becoming an increasingly important part of many diets. As a result, protein-enhanced drinks are becoming more and more attractive for manufacturers. While there is currently a large variety of milk-based beverages available, clear protein drinks are still struggling to find their place. There’s a good reason for this: protein enrichment for clear drinks is not without formulation challenges. The protein must be stable, soluble and deliver the expected taste. Advanced ingredient solutions like Bekaplus BP 900 from ICL Food Specialties allow manufacturers to add protein to clear beverages while maintaining a balance between the physical aspects of nutritional value, stability and taste with the psychological aspects of product concept and consumer value.

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lobally, the emphasis on highprotein diets is becoming one of the biggest nutritional trends. Figures from the market research institute Euromonit ...

BBII 01-17 32-33 Yes yes many want to got there
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“YES, YES, MANY WANT TO GO THERE!” Juice Summit in Antwerp attracts more participants than ever before From October 12 –13, 2016, the Juice Summit in Antwerp was held again for the fifth time: This international platform for fruit juice manufacturers and suppliers, organized by AIJN, IFU and SGF, discussed the topic of fruit juice on a global scale, together looking for solutions for a successful future. A new record was set this year with 536 participants.

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ven taxi drivers at the Antwerp railway station knew exactly why so many international “guests” populated the city from October 11 onwards: “Juice Summit, Hotel Hilton” was the first question. Followed by the sentence, “Yes, yes, many want to go there today.” AIJN, IFU and SGF had already called for the fifth annual Juice Summit and this time there were more attendees than ever before. With 536 participants from wellknown bottling companies as well as representatives of leading compani ...

BBII 01-17 34-36 Impressions of the Juice Summit 2016
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AIJN Secretary General Jan Hermans lead through the seminar program of this year’s Juice Summit in Antwerp. (Source: Erik Luntang)

Marjan Skotnicki-Hoogland, President of the AIJN, welcomed all participants of the fifth Juice Summit. (Source: Erik Luntang)

On the eve of the actual seminar, a number of participants gathered for the welcome evening, which took place in an impressive setting – a historic church converted into a concert hall. (Source: Erik Luntang)

Impressions of the Juice Summit 2016

Surrounded by sacred images and sculptures, the partici­ pants had time to get to know each other or to chat with old acquaintances. Also Silke Graf (at the front right), editor of BBII, used the time to network. (Source: Erik Luntang)

Dr. Joachim Tretzel, president of the SGF, did apart from Marjan Skotnicki-Hoogland and Jan Hermans not only welcome the attendees, but was also responsible for the Technical Stream, taking plac ...

BBII 01-17 37 More and more effectively
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MORE AND MORE EFFECTIVELY Success in PET bottle recycling according to study Bottle deposits have ensured consistently high recycling rates for PET bottles in Germany according to a new 2015 study on the usage and recycling rates of PET beverage bottles in Germany. PET bottles are recycled at a total of about 93.5 percent, while one-way deposit PET bottles have reached a whole 97.9 percent. The industry is also continuing on its aim of supplying more recycled PET into the materials cycle, with the average share of recycled PET in bottle production increasing compared to 2013 despite the adverse price development in recycled compared to virgin PET. “PET bottles take the lion’s share in recycling rates compared to other forms of packaging,” says Dr. Isabell Schmidt, director of the Forum PET within IK Kunststoff­ verpackungen plastic packaging that commissioned a study on the usage and recycling rates of PET beverage bottles in Germany. In particular, one-way deposit PET bottles ...

BBII 01-17 38-40 Effective application of cartridge
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EFFECTIVE APPLICATION OF CARTRIDGE FILTRATION IN BREWING Choice of membrane, CIP strategies, novel developments and cost reduction Cartridge filters are a convenient format for deploying filtration in a brewing process; they are easy to change, easy to integrate in a sanitary process, relatively low-cost as an initial investment and available on a scale suitable from a microbrewery of a few hectoliters, to breweries processing millions of hectoliters annually. A variety of manufacturers and materials ensure that the user has a vast choice of filters; it also means that selecting the appropriate filter train appears to be complex.

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ypically, on the upstream ‘fer­ mentation’ side of the brewing process, cartridge filters are used to ensure that process gases and steam are sterile and clean. These gas and steam filters are also present throughout the brewing process for filtering gases such as nitrogen and carbon dioxide (Table 1).

Guard and tra ...

BBII 01-17 41 Humulus lupulus
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Do you just smell things – or are you “hopsessed” It is never easy to define the word ‘aroma’ – particularly beer or hop aroma. Where do you start and where do you stop What formula do you use Is a beer aroma wheel sufficient for describing beers with distinct hop aromas

– Citrus: Grapefruit, orange, lime, lemon, bergamot, lemongrass, ginger

When we decided to take on this difficult task in 2011 we sought the help of a perfumer, Frank Rittler, to tease out the attributes of the many different hop varieties. But why on earth a per­ fumer The answer is quite obvious: What science has studied aromas longer than any others That of the perfume industry, or rather the craft of perfume making. Then why look any further and invent completely new terms to describe hops and beer when the perfectly good aroma classification used in perfume making already exists

– Green fruits: Pear, apple, quince, gooseberry, green grape

"Sniffi ...

BBII 01-17 42-44 More oft an impact than realized
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MORE OF AN IMPACT THAN REALIZED Global packaging trends 2017 Consumers often and easily get caught up in the unending ebb and rapid flow of commercial fads, social issues and branded messages. With so much clatter and chatter constantly vying for their attention, packaging becomes white noise – an often silent, but steady force in consumers’ daily lives. However, the impact of the combination of superior structures and succinct branding, the way packaging and our mobile devices are becoming inextricably intertwined, and the way brands are using packaging to reach out to consumers beyond their traditional categories – to include the influence of online shopping – is having more of an impact than consumers realized. In its new report Mintel, a market intelligence agency, takes a look at emerging, morphing and mainstreaming packaging trends it sees as affecting brands, consumers, retailers and packaging converters in 2017. The cross-category and pan-regional report includes data ...

BBII 01-17 46-49 Where the happiest angels live
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WHERE THE HAPPIEST ANGELS LIVE Kavalan, world’s best single malt whisky (2015), is made in Taiwan For some years now, a whisky which hadn’t made much of a splash internationally in the past, has competed regularly against established Scottish and American top brands: Kavalan, the only whisky “made in Taiwan,” was named Worlds Best Single Malt Whisky at the World Whiskies Awards in 2015. Those who have sampled this classy spirit are eager to pay a visit to the subtropical, East Asian home of Kavalan. Kavalan’s export manager, Mark C.C. Weng, talks with us about the whisky market in Taiwan and about Kavalan’s plans for the future.

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he bamboo-shaped steel and glass construction of Taipei #101 rises high over the city. With its 509.2 meters, the office tower is the tallest building in Taiwan and a shining beacon of hope for this young nation, known mainly these days as a manufacturer of Apple mobile phones and laptops. From the lookout platform on the ...

BBII 01-17 50-53 The Lone Distiller
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THE LONE DISTILLER Surely the world’s most remote distillery Margaret Lyons is one of only a handful of women who distill spirits in Australia. The former dairy farmer rebooted her life and, while fulfilling her dream of living in the Outback, she’s also winning international awards for her rum. To travelers in the remote northwest of Australia, Kununurra is a real highlight. Hundreds of kilometers through unspoiled land, past endless plains with dry yellow spinifex grass and pale green eucalyptus trees on red sand, this small town with its 4500 inhabi­ tants – one of the largest in the region – is an oasis. Not only are there shops and restaurants, but it’s green in spite of the pervasive dryness. “I am on an extended work holiday, like many here,” says Australian Margaret Lyons. The 60-year-old references the response of young, foreign backpackers, who are granted a working holiday visa in Australia

to accept employment on farms and in restaurants. Lyons ...

BBII 01-17 54-55 More space more exhibitors
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MORE SPACE, MORE EXHIBITORS, MORE VISITORS drink technology India surpasses all expectations The fourth and so far the largest event consisting of drink technology India (dti), PackTech India and FoodPex India closed its doors at the Bombay Exhibition Centre in Mumbai, having seen nearly 12,100 visitors, an increase of more than 18 percent. A total of 298 exhibitors (2014: 231 exhibitors) presented the latest technologies and solutions for the Indian market from December 15 to 17, 2016 on more than 40 percent more exhibition space. As a result, the exhibition trio set new records with regard to space, exhibitors and visitors in 2016.

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arkus Kosak, Exhibition Director of drink technology India, is pleased about the success of the fourth and so far largest event consisting of drink technology India (dti), PackTech India and FoodPex India that took place from December 15 to 17 in Mumbai: “These results take this event to an entirely new level. dti has develope ...

BBII 01-17 56-57 Impressions of drink technology India 2016
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Richard Clemens (l.) had the honor to light a candle during the dti opening ceremony.

Around 12,100 visitors flocked to the Bombay Convention & Exhibition Centre in Mumbai during three exhibition days.

Impressions of drink technology India 2016

Modern machinery for the complete process chain in the beverage production was very highly rated among the really professional visitors.

During the exhibition days attendees and exhibitors did talk shop at the GEA booth as well as …

The Exhibitor Forum and the different Roundtable Talks were always filled to the bursting point as so many people wanted to hear the individual lectures.

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Establishing new contacts, providing customer care or even closing some deals – at the dti in Mumbai from December 15 to 17, 2016 everything was possible.

… at the Krones booth. The staff was absolutely satisfied with the very high visitor f ...

BBII 01-17 58-59 Doemens News
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Dear readers, It certainly was an exciting 2016. In my first year at this renowned academy, heading up the public relations department, I’ve had many opportunities to study and become involved in the multifaceted and diverse world of Doemens. I have been able to witness first hand what makes Doemens tick and how it has achieved success in the natio­ nal and international brewing, beverage and processed food industries. Our train­ ing programs exemplify this success: the number of pupils in the master brewer and  / or brewing technology courses is consistently high, our professional development programs such as beverage facility operator, processed food master and the programs of the World Brewing Academy are all part of the mix. The Savour Academy plays a central role here at Doemens, which for years has attracted participants to attend wellplanned courses with long waiting lists. The Academy is known as an innovator in the industry. Innovative and invigorat­ ing themes are of ...

BBII 01-17 60-61 Beverage Innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS KEVIN GATES RELEASES NEW ENERGY DRINK Multi-platinum recording artist Kevin Gates has unveiled a new flavor of his energy drink brand, I Don’t Get Tired Pineapple. The new pineapple flavor was developed by Gates himself and will be available in select stores.

• Craig & Karl – With Craig based in New York and Karl in London, this transatlantic duo collaborates to create bold work which communicates simple messages in a thoughtful and humorous way. • Jason Woodside – His largescale works infuse optimism through color and design and have appeared in New York, Paris, Los Angeles and Sydney. Lifewtr will be available in sizes of 700 ml with sports cap and 1 liter.

The name of the energy drink coincides with one of Gates’ singles, “I Don’t Get Tired (#IDGT) Ft. August Alsina.” The #IDGT hashtag has been used over 1.2 million times on Instagram and other social media platforms. Further information: www.idontgettired.com
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BBII 01-17 62-65 Allied Industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES CAN-PACK METAL CLOSURES OPENS NEW FACTORY IN POLAND Can-Pack Metal Closures (CPMC) opened a new production plant in December 2016 in Tarnow, Poland. The new factory specializes in crown cork and pull-off closure production. It combines the production capacity of two former plants of the group in a total volume exceeding 10 bn. pcs per annum.

COPA-DATA EXPANDS ITS EXECUTIVE BOARD The international automation company, Copa-Data, expands its executive board. With immediate effect, Thomas Punzenberger, Stefan Reuther and Phillip Werr are jointly responsible for company business. Since founding the company in 1987 Thomas Punzenberger has been solely responsible for the management of Copa-Data. In order to keep the growth of this family-owned business on a solid and future-proof foundation, responsibilities will now be divided across a team of three. As Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Thomas Punzenberger (54) will now be focusing his energies to Product and Inn ...
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