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BBII 5-17 03 Editorial
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

OPPORTUNITY AND RISK 4.0 drinktec 2017 took place in Munich during the second week of September and, as expected, the leading trade fair for the beverage industry held up its reputation as a platform for innovation yet again. Of all the innovations and ideas presented, one topic stood out above the rest: Industry 4.0. Admittedly, this topic is not exactly brand new, yet companies and other stakeholders still tend to struggle for a clearer picture of Industry 4.0, what it means exactly and what purpose it should serve. At this year’s drinktec, numerous, very practical approaches were presented, ranging from networking individual system components to self-sustaining maintenance solutions to digitally networked operator training and support in an intelligent factory. Some of these solutions, such as intelligent, self-managing plant maintenance, immediately stand out as examples of efficiency: a perfectly maintained system will ha ...

BBII 5-17 06-07 World News
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WORLD NEWS ITALY

HONG KONG

Craft Beer Italy 2017

“Drink for Good” charity event returns to Hong Kong

Craft Beer Italy, the new event dedicated to craft beer organized by NürnbergMesse Italia, has at its core the conference. Professional education and training courses will indeed be the key elements of this two-day event at the Talent Garden Milano Calabiana on 22nd to 23rd November. Unlike many other Italian events, conceived as festivals, Craft Beer Italy attracts visitors that range from startups to established breweries, from homebrewers and beer sommeliers to HoReCa and distributors, who will attend the presentations held by many Italian and international experts, brought together for the very first time. The conference is carried out under the competent supervision of Doemens and VLB Berlin, two research institutes which promote high-level professional education in the brewing industry. Thanks to Doemens and VLB Berlin, the Ho ...

BBII 5-17 08-09 Beverage Trend Monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

NEW FORMULATIONS COULD ADD SPARKLE TO FLAT CARBONATED SOFT DRINK SALES IN CANADA Carbonated soft drink sales in Canada face challenging forecast In Canada, carbonated soft drinks are second only to milk in dollar share of non-alcoholic beverages consumed at home, according to Mintel’s report Canadian Lifestyles: It’s Not Dollars to Donuts – Canada, April 2016. Milk has a 28 percent dollar share of Canadian sales for at-home consumption compared with 22 percent for carbonated soft drinks (CSDs). Despite their current leads, milk and CSDs are forecast to have lower growth rates than competitive non-alcoholic beverage categories including coffee, bottled water and tea.

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he CSD category, specifically, has struggled in volume sales in recent years, according to Mintel estimates based on data from Economist Intelligence Unit. Sales of CSDs have been impacted by broader consumer trends, such as being more mindful of both spen ...

BBII 5-17 10-13 Fighting quality threats
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FIGHTING QUALITY THREATS Notable microbiological contaminations of craft beer in the United States The U.S. craft beer segment continues to develop at a swift pace, but several notable product recalls have emphasized the threat of microbiological contaminants and subsequent product spoilage. Product recalls due to microbiological contamination in the U.S. craft beer industry have caused economic losses and occasionally have exposed the consumer to risk of injury. Wild yeast like Saccharomyces cerevisiae variety diastaticus (S. cer. var. diastaticus) and beer-spoiling bacteria (e.g. lactic acid bacteria) pose a significant threat to breweries and consumers alike. As the U.S. craft beer industry continues to expand, quality control and quality assurance programs must follow suit.

Overview of U. S. craft beer industry The history of craft beer in the United States commenced in 1965 when Fritz Maytag purchased the failing Anchor Steam Brewery in San Francisco. At that time, ...

BBII 5-17 14-16 A matter of taste
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A MATTER OF TASTE! Sensory descriptions of mineral water diversity “Water is just water!” – an oft-repeated sentence when discussing the sensory perception regarding differences among various mineral waters. If this statement were true, it would follow that any water, including spring water, is interchangeable. In this case the consumer would be left alone with the price of the water as the only guidance to choose the most suitable mineral water for themselves out of the 500 different mineral waters that can be found in Germany. The fact that each mineral water is unique in many perspectives and can therefore be distinguished one from the other, is an experience open to every water enthusiast. In seeking a suitable mineral water, however, finding adequate sensory descriptions is rare indeed.

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aste plays an important role in food enjoyment and influences the purchasing behavior of the consumer. This is, of course, also true for mineral waters, as evidenc ...

BBII 5-17 18-20 Beverages not only for the dessert
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BEVERAGES NOT ONLY FOR THE DESERT The beverage market in the United Arab Emirates The United Arab Emirates has emerged as one of the highest per capita users of beverages in recent years on the account of changing lifestyle, high purchasing power and hot climate of the country. Beverage consumption – both carbonated and non-carbonated – have registered steady growth in the last few years. Ever increasing purchasing power, large tourist influx and changing lifestyles are some of the key reasons of steady growth of beverage consumption in the Emirates. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL presents an overview of beverage industry of the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and factors affecting it in this article.

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here is a number of factors, which makes the UAE’s market irresistible for the domestic and international beverage companies. The region’s hot weather naturally creates demand for cold drinks. The public consumption of alcohol is extremely limit ...

BBII 5-17 22-25 Not just clear but clean
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NOT JUST CLEAR, BUT CLEAN Importance and impact of process water Process water is a critical factor in industrial facilities and for manufacturing products and must meet the highest quality requirements. But what if process water quality is not up to par A process analysis helps find the cause of the problem when filter media get prematurely blocked or does not perform sufficiently. In many cases, the problem is not caused by an ineffective combination of filter media or poor filtration performance of the end product, as one might expect, but by a completely different culprit – process water.

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rocess water comes into contact with all materials and equipment involved in the process as it cleans and rinses, therefore it takes its own particle load through the entire process all the way to the bottle. Since some particles may have a negative influence on the process or product to be filtered, it makes sense to take a closer look at the source and composition o ...

BBII 5-17 26-27 Target group specific premixes
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TARGET GROUP-SPECIFIC PREMIXES New beverage concepts address individual consumer wishes The former megatrends of health and fitness have become standard features. Consumers now expect products that address all the demands of modern life while at the same time offering new flavor experiences. Micronutrient premixes targeted to specific needs let beverage manufacturers benefit from this demand with new lifestyle drinks.

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itamins and minerals aid in fitness and health, and can make a big difference in reducing costs for healthcare, according to a recent study done by Frost  & Sullivan for Food Supplements Europe. According to the findings, simply taking vitamin D and calcium in Europe could save almost four billion euros in treatment costs every year by preventing bone breakage resulting from osteoporosis. The study further states that taking 1000 mg

calcium and 15 µg vitamin D each day reduces the risk of osteoporosis-related disease by 15 perc ...

BBII 5-17 28-29 Less is more
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LESS IS MORE Low-calorie drinks using Stevia show a lot of potential One thing is perfectly clear: Consumers like it healthier! Judging by consumer behavior, unhealthy drinks are losing ground. Whether enlightenment or media influence are to be credited, consumption decisions seem to be based no longer just on taste, but also on health considerations. This means consumers are reaching for water more and more often. For many people, though, water is a little too boring, which opens them up to healthy and more tasty alternatives.

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ere is where new success stories are often written, ones that offer customized solutions to consumer problems: Drinks that contain a larger percentage of fruit, are less sweet with no artificial sweeteners, have fewer calories yet contain nutritious ingredients, tend to be more attractive in this market. In other words: People are looking for healthy refreshment that’s fun and feels good!

A bumpy trail – those first st ...

BBII 5-17 30-31 Healthier sweetness with vegetables
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HEALTHIER SWEETNESS WITH VEGETABLES Purees and concentrates as natural solution for sugar reduction Changing consumer tastes and an increased focus on healthy eating have caused a significant rise in the popularity of vegetables. Breaking away from the outdated image of obligatory, over-boiled carrots and broccoli as meal accompaniments, vegetables are now being included in everyday diets in a variety of different ways. Whether it’s as a low-carb alternative to pasta, stealthy additions to baked goods or the more overt carrot crisps, vegetables are gradually gaining an appealing healthy profile in a wide range of markets. 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.

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ovel combinations, such as raspberry and red pepper or watermelon and cucumber, offer exciting new prod ...

BBII 5-17 32-34 Measuring taste objectively
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MEASURING TASTE OBJECTIVELY The Electronic Tongue can even pinpoint the vineyard An electronic tongue electrochemically converts ionic potential into volts when constructed according to the NERNST potential – which is based on ionic concentrations across a membrane. This easy-to-determine pattern describes the ionic state in the solution being analyzed. This information regarding a solution’s ionic state can be added to the product’s chemical and word descriptions.

Jena Electronic Tongue Multi-SENSORICCARD® This technical solution uses lowcost/high-performance electronics for the detection of electrode-

generated voltages within an electrolyte, using tiny, (250 micro­ meter) protruding pins of different materials. This is done according to the same measuring principle according to

Overview mean values Wine 1– 5

Fig. 1: Results of five wine varieties recorded with the Jena Electronic Tongue Multi-SENSORICCARD® in a 9-channel ...

BBII 5-17 35-37 Modern maintenance
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MODERN MAINTENANCE A holistic approach With the marketplace growing ever more competitive, and ever-changing consumer demand for greater flexibility, beverage producers are pushing the limits of their production equipment to their very maximum. They look for optimum output and profitability from their lines. This increasingly brings far-sighted considerations on investment decisions regarding advanced maintenance programs. Which maintenance approach can best answer those challenges

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lobal trends are challenging the food and beverage industry under many aspects related to safety. Firstly, an increasing concern for food safety: height­ ened consumer awareness is driving stricter ­ legislation and control, introducing a stronger need for greater traceability all around the world, e. g. stricter labeling requirements, the obligation of displaying nutritional information etc. In the context of industrial beverage production, food safety is vital in protecting ...

BBII 5-17 38-40 International meeting point
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INTERNATIONAL MEETING POINT drinktec 2017 attracts 76,000 visitors With over 76,000 visitors from more than 170 countries, drinktec has chalked up the best-ever result in its 66-year history and surpassed all expectations. The number of visitors rose by 10,000 over the previous event in 2013. In particular at the international level, where drinktec is already very strong as it is, the trade fair was able to grow attendance again, this time by 12 percent. The ratio of visitors from outside Germany thus rose to 67 percent. The number of exhibitors increased to 1,749 from 80 countries – likewise a new record. That is mainly attributable to the wine technology trade fair SIMEI, which was held as part of drinktec for the first time, as well as further growth in the number of exhibitors at drinktec itself. In particular the number of visitors from overseas is testimony to the fact that drinktec is a worldwide event and is rightly regarded as the industry’s global economic summit. The n ...

BBII 5-17 42-47 Impressions from drinktec 2017
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The team of Holzmann Printing takes care that the magazines of the Publishing House Sachon always come with perfect appearance: Andreas Kopf (l.), Tobias Schneider (3rd from right) and Anton Niedermayer (r.) and Volker Lücke (3rd from left), Lücke Consulting, with Anita Elsäßer and Wolfgang Burkart (2nd from left).

Talked about the American beer market: Olav Tavernier (2nd from left), BrewTwins, Dr. Urs Wellhoener (2nd from right), The Boston Beer Company, Benedikt Meier (r.), editor BRAUINDUSTRIE, and Dominik Weikl, editor BBII

Impressions from drinktec 2017

Group picture with a lady: Peter Knobloch (l.) and Christian Schmid, both Autefa Solutions Germany, with Anita Elsäßer, media services at Publishing House Sachon

The drinktec promotes international encounters: Madlen Moellmann (l.), BeerBev, Oliver Dawid, Association of Private Breweries in Bavaria, and Anita Elsäßer

A truely royal visit: the Bavarian Beer Queen ...

BBII 5-17 48-51 3000 years of wine culture
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3,000 YEARS OF WINE CULTURE Macedonia is ready to take its rightful place on the world’s wine map Years of political strife have weakened the national economy of the Former Yugoslavian Republic of Macedonia (FYROM). Now the government, under Social Democrat Zoran Zaev, which came to office at the end of May 2017, promises a fresh start. Macedonia’s winemaking industry is hoping this comes to pass but in the meantime, despite the political turmoil, it has already been expanding successfully. The number of wineries has increased threefold since 2003 from twenty-eight to eighty-four. “The political uncertainty and the restricted functioning of state institutions have meant that wine producers in Macedonia have been quite cautious and restrained over the past few years,” says Elena Milosevska of the association Wines of Macedonia (WoM) based in the capital Skopje. WoM represents almost a dozen of the leading Macedonian wine companies. As mentioned by Ms. Milosevska, many business ...

BBII 5-17 52-53 Doemens News
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Dear readers, Three major events domi­ nated the Doemens Academy calendar in Septem­ ber. To begin with: Doe­ mens most certainly put its best foot forward last month! We would especi­ ally like to thank all of our staff for making these very public events possible in the first place. The high point occurred at drinktec in Mu­ nich on September 10th at the fifth World Championship of Beer Sommeliers. Just a glance at the registration numbers, with 70 participants coming from 15 nations, makes it clear how important the cham­ pionship events have become interna­ tionally, proving that Doemens made the correct decision to expand its beer som­ melier training program across the globe. A large media presence accompanied the World Championship event, indicating the high level of resonance among the general public generated by our international beer sommelier initiative.

drinktec 2017: Visitors crowded the Doemens booth As predicted, drinktec 2017 turned out to be a fab ...

BBII 5-17 54-55 Beverage Innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS DISNEY STARTS SELLING WINE SLUSHIES

BUZZ BALANCE AND HANGOVER HUG

While Disney World is a magical experience for kids, adults can now get their kicks there, too, as amusement park in Florida has started selling wine slushies. The beverage has gone on sale at Amorette’s Patisserie in Disney Springs and has already racked up over 8,000 likes on Amorette’s Instagram account. The slushies come in two flavors: Strawberry Shiraz and Mango Moscato.

Buzz Balance Beverages now of­ fers its Buzz Balance and Hang­ over Hug in select U.S. markets and online at Amazon.com. With

The container’s PP / EVOH / PP construction creates an effective barrier to preserve the quality of the fruit mixtures. For high-impact branding and on-shelf appeal, the pack features an eye-catching full-length shrink sleeve and an embossed Funkin logo on the shoulder. The lid and cap are pro­ duced in metallic silver polypropy­ lene to ...

BBII 5-17 56-57 Allied Industries
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES KRONES AND EREMA ARE JOINING FORCES FOR PET RECYCLING

Craft beers have long established themselves on the world market. The KHS Group is thus now offer­ ing a new can filler to meet the requirements of small to mediumsized brewing companies. The Innofill CAN Compact is designed for low to medium outputs of 10,000 to 48,000 cans per hour. This compact combination of filler and seamer is shipped to the customer as a complete machine in a single container and commissioned on site on a plug-and-produce basis without any need for complicated installation pro­ cesses. KHS is thus making the technical innovations of its big machines available to the craft brewing segment in this area, too. With its CO2 purging system the machine enables extremely low oxygen pickup. Thanks to its patented purging process it also consumes about 30 percent less carbon dioxide than conventional systems. Craft brewers can now also profit from this feature with the compact version. ...
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