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BBII 02-17 03 Editorial
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

CRAFT BEER EVENTS OPEN MARKETS As you can tell from the tipped-in visitor guide for the drinktec Munich, large trade shows cast long shadows well ahead of their dates. Looking closely at the international event business, it is apparent that the German trade show companies, NürnbergMesse and drinktec, have entered some of the most interesting markets for beverage trade shows worldwide. One of the more interesting points is that brewing equipment seems to be receding as an attention-getter and market opener, and is increasingly being replaced by events that are centered on craft beer. In its wake, equipment manufacturers then follow suit, which means that even craft beer events eventually morph into equipment exhibitions, too. At such events, exhibitors will probably initially show off their smaller-size equipment, which better meets the needs of craft brewers. The Craft Brewers Conference® in Washington, DC, for instance, and i ...

BBII 02-17 06-09 World News
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WORLD NEWS USA

The craft beer market grows 40 percent

Bottled water tops soda

Artisan beer producers in the Mar del Plata area confirmed that the annual growth of the business is around 40 percent, and represents a new tourist attraction of the city thanks to the creation of several beer corridors. The production of 600 thousand liters per month produced in Mar del Plata represents little more than a quarter of the 25 million liters of artisanal beer produced annually in Argentina.

Industry tracker Beverage Marketing Corp. announced that bottled water surpassed carbonated soft-drinks in 2016 to become the largest beverage category by volume, capping what it described as a “remarkable, decades-long streak of vigorous growth.”

Credit: Antares

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Total bottled water volume grew from 11.8 billion gallons in 2015 to 12.8 billion gallons last year, according to Beverage Marketing Corp. On a per c ...

BBII 02-17 10-11 Beverage Trend Monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

THE FRUIT JUICE & NECTAR MARKET – AN OUTLOOK While the figures tend towards overall fall in consumption and market contraction, fruit juice and nectar volume remains strong and is expected to plateau by 2021 according to the Liquid Fruit Market Report, published by the European Fruit Juice Association (AIJN) in collaboration with GlobalData.

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hile there are parts of the European Union where there are signs that some economies are in more positive territory, others are still beset by high unemployment figures and austerity measures. The expectation therefore is that there will be a similar rate of decline of just over 1 percent in 2016 as in 2015 for the EU fruit juice and nectar market. In the next few years until 2021, the rate of decrease is forecast to slow down, nearly coming to a halt in 2020 and 2021. The market is expected to stabilize at around 9.36 billion liters around that time, driven by growth from Eastern Eur ...

BBII 02-17 12-15 Busily humming away
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BUSILY HUMMING AWAY The new PET bottling line at Makkah Water in Saudi Arabia has an output of 81,000 containers per hour One of Saudi Arabia’s biggest water producers has opted for high-speed bottling. At a speed of 81,000 containers per hour, a new PET bottling line is busily humming away at Makkah Water in its Mecca facility. This corresponds to an incredible 22.5 bottles per second: the highest speed that Krones is currently achieving in PET bottling.

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akkah Water’s motto is to produce pure and healthy but at the same time affordable drinking water. In 1976, the com­ pany had originally been founded so as to supply the populace of Mecca and Jeddah. Not only has Makkah Water, which belongs to the Bin Zomah Group, in the meantime evolved into one of Saudi Arabia’s two biggest water producers, it is also represented throughout the Gulf area with exports. The company obtains its mains water primarily from the region around Makkah Al Mukarramah – the ...

BBII 02-17 16-17 Healthier sweetness with vegetables
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HEALTHIER SWEETNESS WITH VEGETABLES Vegetable purees and concentrates as natural solution for sugar reduction Changing consumer tastes and an increased focus on healthy eating and drinking have caused a significant rise in the popularity of vegetables. This popularity has spread into the beverage market with consumers becoming more adventurous and driving the demand for vegetable blends in formulations that have traditionally been exclusively fruit-based, such as juices and smoothies [1]. Novel combinations, such as raspberry and red pepper or watermelon and cucumber, offer new product development opportunities for the market. The addition of vegetable ingredients also extends a “health halo” effect, increasing the perceived healthiness of a beverage. This is particularly important to juice manufacturers needing to address consumers’ increasingly negative perception of 100 percent fruit juices.

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ue to the growing focus on the health risks of a high-suga ...

BBII 02-17 18-19 Three in one
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THREE IN ONE New compact bottling line for Aquarius Aqua in Hungary Stretch blow moulder, filling line and labeler in one: A new TriBlock system from KHS has been on line for several months in Albertirsa, Hungary. It is installed at Aquarius Aqua, the largest trademark beverage bottler in that country. Besides the combination of three interlocking machines, which allows for a more compact installation, this facility boasts even further technical features.

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tudying the numbers closely makes one thing clear: Aqua­ rius Aqua is a young, innovative and successful family business. Founded in 1991, it is now the market leader with a 30 percent market share in Hungary‘s mineral water market, about 40 percent in energy drinks as well as a 60 percent market share in the aromatic waters segment. The company ranks second in its home country market with a 24 percent market share in the soft drinks sector. In 2007, Aquarius Aqua merged with Buszesz, a traditional Budap ...

BBII 02-17 20-22 From clarification and stabilization to bottling
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FROM CLARIFICATION AND STABILIZATION TO BOTTLING Fruit juice and fruit wine processing Experience shows that even purely filtrated wines and juices do not necessarily remain permanently unclouded. Secondary turbidity often occurs in such products after days, weeks or months (fig. 1). This is known as instability, as the clarity of the product is not permanent. This secondary turbidity is the result of natural processes that are distinguished by chemically or microbiologically induced instability. pass through even the finest filters and merge into larger, visible colloids or particles in the bottled product.

The alcohol and iodine test

Fig. 1: Protein/tannin secondary turbid­ ity in the form of small flakes in a bottle with purely filtrated pear juice

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ifferent stabilization measures, such as determining the acid, alcohol and SO2 content, counter­ act the turbidity in wine caused by micro-organisms before bottling. Thermal pasteuriza ...

BBII 02-17 23 Gathering of the craft beer scene in shanghai
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GATHERING OF THE CRAFT BEER SCENE IN SHANGHAI Craft Beer China Conference & Exhibition 2017 The place for authentic craft beer, a large variety of products and know-how: Craft Beer China will be held in Shanghai from May 17 to 19, 2017 and offers an even more appealing conference program, more exhibition space and more precise exhibit segmentation than before.

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or companies working in the craft beer industry, nowadays China is one of the most promising markets worldwide. With an impressive consumption of 450 million hectoliters a year, China is the largest beer market in the world. Driven by the objective to establish a professional net­ working platform for the craft beer community in China and world­ wide, NürnbergMesse China created China Craft Beer Confer­ ence & Exhibition (CBCE) in 2016. Along with the accompanying high-class conference, the CBCE offers a platform for brewmasters, manufacturers and suppliers. Last year, the first time the event ...

BBII 02-17 24-25 Are you a forager
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ARE YOU A FORAGER In search of the trend flavor The Wikipedia entry for Foraging is ‘Foraging is searching for wild food resources.’ This seems like old times. This even seems like very old times when we were still hunters and gatherers from a Stone Age point of view. Stone Age and trend – is this really a good match Yes! Foraging is trendy. The term implies the collection of edible things from forest and meadow – wild herbs, mushrooms, nuts, seeds, wild berries. Formerly this used to be an important and necessary source of nutrition, today it is rather a hobby but also an expression of a certain life philosophy: pure nature, back to the roots, a careful handling of our resources. is in the foreground. The blueberry, for example, has a very forest-like note. With its tangy note the cow­ berry differs from the rather sweeter cranberry flavors.” The concentrated variety in taste offers to the producers in the food and beverage industry manifold possibilities to please custo ...

BBII 02-17 26-29 Positive prospects
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POSITIVE PROSPECTS The wine industry in Southeast Asia – especially in Thailand and Vietnam In spite of tropical climate and cultural challenges faced by the wine industry, grape growing and wine making are trying hard and getting their roots down in some of the Southeast Asian countries. Though, currently the wine industry in the region is small but it has been evolving strongly and was modernized over the past 30 years. Wine producers in Thailand and Vietnam in particular are getting their act together to serve the ever growing wine consumption in their respective countries. Currently, Malaysia and Indonesia are very small consumers of wine due to the religious belief of Muslim majority population. BBII presents an overview of the wine consumption and producers in Thailand and Vietnam in this article. quality of wines, and a lack of local wine culture. However, Thailand has not only started to produce high and medium quality wines, but has also been able to offer distinctive styl ...

BBII 02-17 30-32 Individualization and design are the trend
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INDIVIDUALIZATION AND DESIGN ARE THE TREND The interpack opens its gates again from May 4 to 10. Around 2,800 exhibitors will present a broad range of packaging in 19 halls on the Düsseldorf exhibition grounds. A large part of the exhibition will be dedicated to packaging solutions for the beverage industry. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL spoke to Bernd Jablonowski, Global Portfolio Director Processing & Packaging, Messe Düsseldorf GmbH, about this year’s interpack and the ‘components’ trade fair taking place at the same time. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: The interpack is a well-known packaging exhibition. Should visitors expect the same as usual or can we look forward to a new exhibition concept Jablonowski: Basically visitors can expect the wide range they are used to with regard to packaging and related process technology. The 19 halls are fully booked again and we expect 2,800 exhibitors this time. The special theme SAVE FOOD will also be ...

BBII 02-17 33-35 interpack Trade Guide
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interpack Trade Guide Beardow Adams: Packaging adhesives The Beardow Adams Group is a manufacturer of market-leading adhesives with many years of experience. Six factories and a globally operating network ensure the worldwide distribution of hot melt adhesives, wet glues and dispersions for a wide range of industrial applications and for the automotive industry. The focus is on achieving excellence through innovation, agility and entrepreneurial spirit. Applications are the beverage and food industry, paper processing industry and automotive industry.

longer comes into contact with the cheeks. The hinge is compliant with BSDA safety standards. Thumb’Up Crystal is available for the PCO 1881 and the 29/25 neck. www.bericap.com Hall 10, Booth E 67

Feige Filling: High-capacity drum filler

GEA: Packed with inspiration “Packed with inspiration” is the theme for the GEA stand, where it will present systems for packaging of food, beverages, medical ...

BBII 02-17 36-38 A feeling of optimism in Russia
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A FEELING OF OPTIMISM IN RUSSIA A successful 2nd Beviale Moscow features an exhibition and a presentation program From February 28 to March 2, 2017, the Beviale Moscow took place in Russia’s capital for the second time, following the first exhibition in 2015. It kicked off with a three-day seminar for Russian-speaking brewers (February 27 to March 1), which was organized by Real Brew, Russia, and the Versuchsund Lehranstalt für Brauerei in Berlin (VLB) e.V.

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fter an introductory speech  by Jan Biering, VLB Berlin, Germany, the almost 100 participants at the seminar took part in the first thematic block on current developments on the craft beer market in Russia and the challenges of Russian legislation, alcohol policies and industry standards currently in effect. According to surveys from recent years, the number of craft breweries increased almost tenfold from 10 in 2010 to 98 in 2015. According to information from the site russiancraftbeer.ru, Russia cu ...

BBII 02-17 39 Impressions of Beviale Moscow
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Enjoyed the Beviale Moscow (f.t.l.): Vadim Sapronov, Victoria Sapelkina, Anastasia Kravchenko and Sergey Elkin, all Pentair

Norbert Heyer (l.) tuned the attendees of the VLB seminar in on the Welcome Party at Brewery 1516. (Foto: J. Biering)

Strong team (f.t.l.): Jan Biering, Juliane Rahl, Anna Heyer, Norbert Heyer and Andreas Faustmann, all VLB Berlin (Foto: J. Biering)

Impressions of Beviale Moscow

Representing Bühler AG (f.t.l.): Irina Wolovikova, Christian Hilber, Maxim Krasnoschekov and Andreas Frank

Natallia Cyniburk und Albert Welledits (both O. Salm) had a lot to do at their booth presenting their brewery plants.

Elvira Bartle (r.), Tatjana Stankova, both Hopsteiner, and Ruslan Hofmann were pleased about a rising demand for hops.

Mikhail Sakhonchyk (l.) and Michael Schüschke (m.), both Fink Tec, visited Stefan Riggert, Ziemann Holvrieka.

Thimo Holst (NürnbergMesse, r.) talked ...

BBII 02-17 40-41 Highest precision at high speed
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HIGHEST PRECISION AT HIGH SPEED Efficient and reliable application of state sealing labels for alcoholic beverages The Italian labeling machine expert P.E. Labellers S.p.A. selected Robatech’s adhesive application technology for a customer-specific solution using their Modular Top labeling machine. Using Robatech’s Concept B system with SpeedStar, three to four rows of hot melt dots can be applied with high precision to reliably and permanently attach the state sealing labels for alcoholic beverages.

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hen P.E. Labellers S.p.A. received the extremely de­ manding inquiry of a Polish manu­ facturer of glass bottles, Roberto Lorenzi (Production Manager) quickly realized that he would integrate an application system made by Robatech into his Mo­ du­ lar Top labeling machine for these special labels. The Polish customer requested a particularly reliable hot melt system. It should be able to per­ manently attach state sealing labels for the alcohol tax alre ...

BBII 02-17 42-43 CO2 vacuum cleaner
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“CO2 VACUUM CLEANER” Clean, environmentally-friendly carbon dioxide from the atmosphere Mineral water, soft drinks and beer are all sparkling refreshments. Until now, the drinks industry usually obtained the carbon dioxide (CO2) that gives these liquids their fizz from industrial flue gases. However, this means that the gas often has to be transported long distances to bottling plants. In remote regions such as archipelagos and parts of Africa, the Middle East and South America, this can significantly push up costs. Swiss company Climeworks now offers an alternative: It has developed a way of capturing CO2 directly from the atmosphere. “Bottling plants all over the globe need high purity CO2. In future, we want to make sure that some of this can be provided decentrally, directly on site,” adds Climeworks founder Christoph Gebald. Depend­ ing on the market price of the gas and the amount required per year, having a decentralized CO2 filtering unit directly on the factory site ...

BBII 02-17 44-45 Doemens News
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Dear faculty, dear alumni, dear friends of Doemens, There are changes in the air at Doemens Academy: Doemens 2020, our new and ambitious project, is going to be built! When it is finished, it will be a comprehensive train­ ing center that con­ tinues to meet ever-growing needs for expansion so that we can fulfill the many demands toward furthering the education of our young people. The executive committee and manage­ ment have taken on this great task and se­ cured a suitable plot in Gräfelfing. Funding for this 20 million euros project will come from a combination of our own resources, government grants and private donations. In order to generate donations, we founded the association “Freundes- und Förderkreis Doemens 2020 e.V.” All dona­ tions are processed through this associa­ tion and we depend on your support and assistance! It is only through your personal commit­ ment that we can keep Doemens compe­ tent and attractive for our many students, to continue to embod ...

BBII 02-17 46-47 Beverage Innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS SPECIAL CRAFT BEER FOR LONDON SEAFOOD RESTAURANT

In partnership with Innovate UK and Natural Resources (2000) Ltd, the soft drinks manufacturer has been working to revolutionize packaging across multiple sectors with sustainably sourced, renewable wood fiber materials which are fully recyclable.

The London seafood restaurant, Sexy Fish, recently presented its own craft beer. The new craft beer has been specially created to pair with dishes of Asian cuisine and seafood the restaurant is famous for. The Sexy Fish Lager is at 4.4 percent ABV and is brewed in partnership with the Scottish craft brewer Harviestoun. It is the restaurant’s first and only house beer and is available exclusively from the eatery.

Guinness Irish Wheat will be available in the U.S. for a limited time in six-packs of 11.2-oz bottles. Further information: www.guinness.com

NEW SPRITE FLAVOR DEVELOPED FROM THE FOUNTAIN PROJECT

The col ...

BBII 02-17 48-49 Allied Industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES AMERICK PACKAGING UNVEILS NEW INNOVATION CENTER The specialist packaging supplier Americk Packaging has invested heavily into a brand new dedicated facility offering an impressive group resource located at its Wigan plant. The Innovation Center covers all divisions of the company which has recently been acquired by Saica Group.

as the critical interior components such as all bushings, bearings and inner surfaces. This minimizes the risk of product contamination and ensures a high product quality. Alfa Laval‘s rotary tank cleaning machines are designed with numerous features to ensure selfcleaning of the machine, such as directional flow from small jets in the hub that cleans the exterior of the machine. A low pressure loss over the machine provides increased cleaning efficiency compared with other tank cleaning machine running at same inlet pressure. This results in lower cleaning costs as the unit can run at lower pressure/flow compared to other tank ...
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