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BBII 03-17 03 Editorial
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

ABOUT WASHINGTON D.C., CALIFORNIA, OREGON AND MUNICH This year’s Craft Brewers Conference (CBC) in Washington, D.C., was once again a smashing success (see page 12). The biggest news of 2016, the last full calendar year for statistics: In just a single year, the number of craft breweries in the United States had increased by an incredible 826 new entries into the market! Upon more careful examination, however, this otherwise fabulous development also contained an ominous kernel of less welcome news: The dynamic growth of the overall craft brew industry over the past few years shows signs of slowing down. For instance, the number of visitors to the CBC remained largely unchanged from the previous year, at roughly 13,300; and the U.S. craft brew industry’s “mere” 6 percent growth in output volume and 10 percent growth in sales revenues lagged well behind equivalent statistics in the previous years. While the 2016 growth ra ...

BBII 03-17 06-09 World News
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WORLD NEWS PANAMA

Increase in beer production According to the official report, during the first month of this year, the production of alcoholic beverages increased by 0.3 percent, compared to the same period last year. By January 2017, establishments engaged in the production of alcoholic beverages produced 26.9 million liters of alcoholic bever­ ages. Production for the same month of 2016, reached 26.8 million liters.

The Comptroller‘s report confirmed that beer was the most produced, while all other alcoholic beverages showed negative numbers (gin, rum, seco, and vodka). The report also notes that for the month of January there was no production of anise, wine and whiskey. The figures of the entity in­ dicate that 25.9 million liters of beers of different national brands were produced during the month. It should be noted that in the same period last year beer production stood at 25.5 million liters. This means an increase of 425 thousand liters during t ...

BBII 03-17 10-11 Beverage Trend Monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

SMALLER BEER FORMATS GATHER MOMENTUM IN THE UK The “less is more” ethos is alive and well among UK consumers when it comes to their alcohol drinking habits, with both alcohol moderation and avoidance widespread. A third of UK adults limited/reduced their alcohol consumption compared to what they normally drink at some point in the 12 months to November 2016, according to Mintel’s Attitudes towards Low- and Non-Alcoholic Drink – UK, February 2017 report. A further one in five consumers eschewed alcohol completely.

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gainst this backdrop, volume sales of alcohol are under pressure, putting the onus firmly on manufacturers to innovate in order to add value to the market. Responsible drinking behavior is clearly evident among beer drinkers, with one in two noting that they are careful not to exceed the recommended weekly units of alcohol when drinking beer. Whether or not such claimed behavior is actually true, this shows ...

BBII 03-17 12-20 Back in the capital
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BACK IN THE CAPITAL Craft Brewers Conference 2017 in Washington, D.C.

Last year American craft brewers were able to achieve six percent growth by production volume. These and other figures were presented at this year’s Craft Brewers Conference and BrewExpo America, which took place from April 10 to 13, 2017. The Brewers Association (BA) had, as in previous years, chosen Washington, D.C., as the conference location and around 13,300 visitors and over 900 exhibitors made their way to the capital of the United States. The subject of Quality Management was the focus of a podium discussion and several presentations throughout the event.

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he CBC 2017 kicked off on April 10 with eleven excursions to breweries in the Washington area. The businesses visited ranged from the small Farm Brewery, which grows some of its own brewing barley and hops, to brewpubs with restaurants attached, to American as well as internationally active craft breweries. In the ev ...

BBII 03-17 21-23 Impressions of the CBC 2017
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Promotion for the next BrauBeviale and the European Beer Star: The NürnbergMesse, represented by Daniela Franz, Manager Exhibitions, Kathrin Kinne, Inter­ national Sales Director, and Sarah Jakowczyk, Manager Sales FachPack &  BrauBeviale (from left) and Die Privaten Brauereien Bayern, represented by Managing Director Oliver Dawid (l.) and Sebastian Wedekind, Technical Consultant

Focus on perfect brewing water: Michael Eumann (r.), CEO, and Wolfgang Winkler, Technical Director, both at Euwa

Impressions of the CBC 2017

Amy Guy, Marketing & Administrative Manager, Rob Hyams, Senior Territor Manager San Francisco, and Jon Ellingham, Product Specialist, represented KHS in Washington D.C. (from right).

Andreas Frank (l.), Head of Brewing Technology, and Chris Wagner, Market Intelligence Analyst, both Bühler, presented solutions for grist and malt handling.

Separation technology for craft brewers (from right): Jan-Marti ...

BBII 03-17 24-27 Master Plan
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MASTER PLAN A big beer player in the small state of Malta It’s a special kind of line for a brewery in a special location: located on a small island in the Mediterranean, positioned precisely equidistant from the European and African mainlands, Simonds Farsons Cisk produces around two-thirds of total demand for beer in the mini-state of Malta. A new, highly complex line now combines filling and packaging of returnable glass, non-returnable glass, and cans. the general trend away from out-ofhome consumption has not spared Malta either – despite tourism, open-air restaurants and mild temperatures almost all the year round.

The glass bottles, returnables and non-returnables alike, use the same filler, a Krones Modulfill HES.

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or a long time, the island was a British colony. Even today, English is the standard language, alongside the native Maltese tongue, a mixture of Arabic, Italian and English that’s evolved over the centuries. In 2004, Malta ...

BBII 03-17 28-31 The science of brewing in the
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THE SCIENCE OF BREWING IN THE HEART OF SLOVENIA 36th EBC Convention held in Ljubljana Ljubljana follows Porto (2015) and more than 500 participants discussed the latest scientific and brewing technology studies and results in a series of lectures held May 14th to 18th in the Slovenian capital. Topics ranged from raw materials used in brewing, yeast and fermentation, brew house and product development to analytical and sensory topics. One series of lectures tackled the topic “Environment and Sustainability”. Supplementing these lectures, about 100 posters illuminated further perspectives and featured additional research projects (bm).

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articipants at this year‘s EBC Congress were welcomed by Tiago M. Brandão, EBC President, Portugal, and John Brauer, EBC Executive Officer, Belgium, on Sunday evening. Brauer gave a brief historical overview of the EBC, which celebrates its 70th anniversary this year, highlighting its founding years. Prior to the Second W ...

BBII 03-17 32-33 For stabilization and diversity
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FOR STABILIZATION AND DIVERSITY Efficient, cost-saving solutions in an evolving brewing landscape Beer consumers today are more aware of their choices and their ability to have more say in what they consume. For brewers this means that they need to provide beers in consistently high quality to satisfy the consumers’ demand. So the challenges breweries face depend largely on their processes. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL talked to Joana Teresa Carneiro, Business Line Manager Beverages at DSM Food Specialties, about these challenges and the consequences for small and large breweries. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: What would you say are the key challenges for today’s brewers Joana Teresa Carneiro: At DSM, we see that the challenges breweries face depend largely on their process and the beer segment they target. Established beer brands and large breweries are more focused on making their processes more efficient, while the craft segment, for example, is m ...

BBII 03-17 34-39 Growing at tremendous pace
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GROWING AT TREMENDOUS PACE An overview of the beer industry in Vietnam The largest beer market in South East Asia, Vietnam, has witnessed one of the fastest growths in Asian beer industry in recent years. The country with a population of more than 91 million registered a GDP growth of 6.2 percent in 2016. Over the next many years, it is believed that Vietnam’s openness to trade, investment, tourism, and increasing demographic dividend, will continue to bode well for country’s beer industry. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL presents an overview of Vietnam’s beer industry in this article.

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he next few years will also be the most interesting period for country’s beer industry as a number of multinationals who have entered in the country in last few years are increasing their share in country’s beer market. The much anticipated privatization

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of two state beer behemoths would be the perhaps single mo ...

BBII 03-17 40-42 Surfing the craft beer wave
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SURFING THE CRAFT BEER WAVE Bespoke Canners Ltd. offers UK microbreweries fully customized filling services with cans When it comes to contract canning, no challenge is too small for Bespoke Canners. The Wrexham-based contract filler offers canning services for beverage producers who require low to medium production runs – a challenge not typically provided for by traditional fillers. This unique service opens up the beverage can market for new artisanal cider and craft beer manufacturers. Backed by the expertise and packaging solutions from leading packaging supplier Ardagh Group, Bespoke Canners has already supported aspiring local craft breweries on their road to success.

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ncanny flavors, progressive brewing techniques and a fondness for the can are no longer exclusive to the US craft brewing scene. Canned specialty beers are gaining popularity on this side of the pond as well, especially in the UK. The British Society of Independent Brewers (SIBA) has r ...

BBII 03-17 43-45 Together we are strong
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TOGETHER WE ARE STRONG PureAir machine enhances piston compressors’ effectiveness for oil-free compressed air generation The compressed air stations at the Früh brewery, renowned far beyond the Rheinland for its Kölsch beer, rely on two oil-free CompAir compressors: a piston compressor from the Champion series, which is used in many breweries, and a regulatedspeed PureAir machine, which works based on an innovative compression principle. Both compressors were selected and installed by Hermann Mönnichs Drucklufttechnik GmbH who has been working with Früh since 1972. As you approach the Cölner Hofbräu P. Josef Früh KG premises, it soon becomes clear that the popularity of Kölsch beer extends well beyond its home town. The vast amount of beer brewed on the 100,000 m2 site is far too much to be drunk by the residents of Cologne alone. Früh Kölsch is actually a nationwide brand sold through large chain stores and specialist beverage wholesalers. Thanks to its fresh taste, the ...

BBII 03-17 46-48 A practical examination of stress
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A PRACTICAL EXAMINATION OF STRESS TESTING Migration of packaging-related substances from PET bottles in mineral water The beverage industry is focusing increasingly on the possible migration of substances from PET bottles and the regulations for migration tests. The established and widely used stress test “40 °C / 10 days” is outdated, at least with regard to compliance testing according to the legal requirements. But what does this mean in practice To answer this question, SGS Institut Fresenius tested various mineral waters for migration after storage.

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he legal basis for the require­ ments for packaging materials is Regulation (EC) No. 1935 / 2004 of the European Parliament and the Council for Materials and Arti­ cles Intended to Come into Con­ tact with Foodstuffs. Article 3 of this regulation (EC) specifies that the contact material may not pose a health threat to the consumer or cause unacceptable alterations in the composition of food ...

BBII 03-17 51-52 Focus on enery and resource
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FOCUS ON ENERGY AND RESOURCE EFFICIENCY drinktec as catalyst for PET solutions When drinktec 2017, the world’s leading trade fair for the beverage and liquid food industry, opens its doors for trade visitors from all over the world from September 11 to 15, 2017, then a packaging type will be almost omnipresent in the limelight: PET. The task of beverage manufacturers to make PET greener and more environmentally compatible is reflected on all levels: in the choice of raw material, i.e., also in preform design and fabrication, in the container blowing process and filling as well as in recycling and re-using PET containers.

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ET is the preferred form of packaging worldwide particu­ larly for bottling of water and nonalcoholic beverages (CSD). While the demand for CSD is rather stagnating from a global perspec­ tive, bottling water in PET con­ tinues to boom. Many new deve­ lop­ ments of PET containers are also used in the dairy industry now. Consequently, ...

BBII 03-17 52-53 Doemens News
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Dear reader, Doemens is known in the industry for its drive and innovative will. We are constantly developing new business ideas within the international brewing and beverage industry. One of our success stories, unparalleled in the industry, is our English language international brewing technology training program. Doemens Academy, located in Munich-Gräfeling, Germany, and the Siebel Institute of Technology from Chicago, USA, have successfully cooperated to create the World Brewing Academy (WBA). Having established the WBA in 2000, our joint training programs have developed steadily and to great acclaim, both in terms of participation as well as in the increased number of courses and programs on offer. One can proudly state that the WBA has become a recognized brand in the international brewing industry because of the high quality of our training programs. In 2018, a further professional development opportunity within the framework of the WBA will be unveiled: The Master Brewer Pro ...

BBII 03-17 54-55 Beverage Innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS ERDBÄR LAUNCHES BIO-BASED SPOUTED POUCH Erdbär launches in Germany the first commercial bio-based Spouted Pouch, produced by GualapackGroup. The launch of erdbär Freche Freunde’s new eco-friendly pouch demonstrates the company commitment towards sustainability, achieving a unique position in the German snack market for kids.

The premade multi-layer laminated pouch, with spout and cap, is mainly made of bio-based polyethylene obtained from renew­ able sources, such as sugar cane – and is a major achievement to reduce the company’s environmental footprint. The Freche Freunde offer a range of snacks for children, ideal for on-the-go, made of 100 percent organic fruit and veg with no added sugar or additives. For Gualapack the launch of a new generation of eco-friendly CheerNEXT, made of more than 80 percent of renewable sourced polymers, is a world premiere. The laminates used for this development are the bio-based LamiNext, an internal product ...

BBII 03-17 56-57 Allied Industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES GEBO CERMEX WINS BEST MODULAR MACHINE AWARD Following a global launch at Interpack 2017, Gebo Cermex has announced that its CareSelect™ bottle infeed system has won the ‘Modular Machines’ category of the ‘Best Future Machine Award’ sponsored by Rockwell Automation. CareSelect™ is a patented universal and modular shaped-bottle infeed and collating system for robotic or traditional case packers, powered by Rockwell Automation’s iTRAK® technology. CareSelect™ is capable of achieving speeds of up to 400 products per minute depending on package size, shape and weight, easily surpassing traditional ‘endless screw’ collation systems in terms of bottle integrity and protection. The system delivers shaped bottles to

the packing machine with precision and care in the correct orientation and pitch, turning each bottle 90°. Even unstable shaped products are smoothly and individually handled via independent movers. To eliminate contact between p ...
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