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BBII 01-18 03 Editorial
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BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

EROTIC SCENTS ALLEGED TO INCREASE DESIRE FOR ALCOHOL When it comes to discerning aromas, most people in the beer business think of evaluating the bouquet of a beer during a beer tasting, or perhaps of a gas chromatographic analysis during a GC-sniffing test in a lab. We found a sniffing study, however, that is not about the aromatics of beer, but about the scent of the opposite sex and its influence on drinking behavior. Researchers from the Department of Psychology at the University of South Florida claim to have discovered that the drinking behavior of women and men depends on how a member of the opposite sex smells. For this study, 103 women between the ages of 21 and 31 completed a sniff test. The subjects were not told about the true purpose of the experiment. Instead, the researchers pretended that the reason for the test was to learn about consumer reactions to a new Cologne for men. The subjects were divided into two gro ...

BBII 01-18 06-07 World News
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WORLD NEWS USA

Coca-Cola announces global vision to help ”create a world without waste“ The Coca-Cola Company announced that it is fundamentally reshaping its approach to packaging, with a global goal to help collect and recycle the equivalent of 100 percent of its packag­ ing by 2030. This goal is the centerpiece of the company’s new packaging vision for a world without waste, which the Coca-Cola system intends to back with a multi-year investment that includes ongoing work to make packaging 100 per­ cent recyclable. This begins with the understanding that food and beverage containers are an important part of people’s modern lives but that there is much more to be done to reduce packaging waste globally. “The world has a packaging problem – and, like all companies, we have a responsibility to help solve it,” said James Quincey, President and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company. “Through our world without waste vision, we are investing in our planet and our pac ...

BBII 01-18 08-09 Beverage Trend Monitor
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BEVERAGE TREND MONITOR

WHAT IS DRIVING THE US BEER MARKET The wide array of beer offerings means there’s likely a beer for most drinkers. The proliferation of craft offerings has helped expand options. Even US-produced beers have highlighted international styles, opening American consumers up to different regions. Craft also introduced a range of creative flavor-infused beers, such as coffee milk stouts, and tart goses, opening up the possibilities for mainstream beer producers to resonate with flavored options. But what actually drives purchase decisions among American consumers

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hen asked about factors important to beer selection, the highest percentage of US beer drinkers point to brand (60 percent) as an important factor. This is followed by beer style (44 percent) and pack size (25 percent).

Brand is the leading factor in beer choice Style appears to be increasingly important among US beer drinkers. 44 percent of American beer d ...

BBII 01-18 10-12 Brewers are coming to the Music City
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BREWERS ARE COMING TO THE MUSIC CITY 35th Craft Brewers Conference and BrewExpo America to take place in Nashville this year The 35th edition of the Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America® (CBC) will take place in Nashville, Tennessee, from April 30 to May 3. Nashville’s Music City Center will be the location where the expected 13,000 industry professionals will have the opportunity to meet more than 700 exhibitors and hear from a wide range of speakers during more than 70 seminars across 12 different tracks. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL spoke with Brewers Association Event Director Nancy Johnson about the upcoming event, the challenges of the craft brewers scene and the World Beer Cup 2018, which will also be part of the event in Nashville. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: You chose Nashville to be the host for the CBC and BrewExpo America 2018. What were the reasons to choose this location Nancy Johnson: We move the location of the Craft Brewe ...

BBII 01-18 13-15 Capturing the past
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CAPTURING THE PAST Charlie Papazian is about to exit the Brewers Association after 40 years of working in and for the craft brewing community Charlie Papazian is the founder of the American Homebrewers Association (1978) and past president of the Brewers Association (USA). He speaks and writes about the beer and brewing industry at many conferences, events and in many publications throughout the world. Charlie has five bestselling books and his Complete Joy of Homebrewing has sold over 1.3 million copies worldwide. He is currently organizing “40 years of craft beer history.” The collection includes over 130,000 publications, photographs, audio tapes, films, videos and documents. He has also managed 50-minute video interviews of more than 140 pioneers of American craft brewing, all of which will be preserved for future reference and inspiration. 2018 is his final year as an employee of the Brewers Association. In January 2019 he will exit the Brewers Association after an extraordi ...

BBII 01-18 16-17 Up close and personal
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UP CLOSE & PERSONAL What excites or upsets you in the beverage industry What excites me is to know that the continued success of small and independent craft brewers worldwide is sustainable and has had a very important positive impact on national economies, and also the world of food. What upsets me is the negative impact that consolidation of industries has on the consumer’s quality of life and in particular the flavor and diversity for beer drinkers. Which will be the greatest future challenge for the beverage industry Developing and sustaining a marketplace structure that gives all brewers equal opportunity to access the marketplace and their consumer/beer drinkers. This includes embracing regulations that consider the unique circumstances of small businesses and fighting high taxation on beer. ­ Who do you admire most Do you have a role model Why I have thought about this question a lot. I am concluding that I don’t have a role model. I don’t wa ...

BBII 01-18 18-20 Compact yet thorough
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COMPACT, YET THOROUGH An interview with the organizers of the brewing course “How to brew and sell beer” Brewing good beer is one thing. Selling it another. The three organizers and teachers of the new brewing course “How to brew and sell beer” offered at the Anhalt University of Applied Sciences understand the difference. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL spoke with the experts Prof. Dr. Jean Titze, Anhalt University of Applied Science professor responsible for brewing technology and food legislation, Prof. Dr. Vladimir Ilberg, an expert on analyzing and taste-testing a number of beverages, of the University of Applied Science Weihenstephan-Triesdorf, and Helmut Huber, an experienced business consultant within the brewing and beverage industry, about the goals and content of the course for beer brewers. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Prof. Dr. Titze, what is special about this new brewer’s seminar You mentioned that it’s a “multi­ disciplinary ...

BBII 01-18 21-23 A new face for an old case
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A NEW FACE FOR AN OLD CASE Easily removable sticky labels offer more flexibility in the design of bottle cases The drinks crate, made of durable plastic, has ensured safe and efficient transport of bottled drinks of all kinds for more than 50 years. This invention has demonstrated that packaging sustainability and re-usability have been around for a while. But what if the package design no longer meets one’s needs The labelcompetence network, consisting of Nopar International of Bremen, Märkische Etiketten of Berlin and Carl Hirsch of Munich – offers a real alternative. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL spoke with Stefan Schmitt, Managing Director of Nopar International, about labelcompetence, sticky labels and their applications. BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL: Although the classic drinks crate has become less popular lately, according to GfK, it is still the most widely used beer-bottle packaging and transport device. Mr. Schmitt, what do you like about ...

BBII 01-18 24 Italien Craft Beer
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ITALIAN CRAFT BEER Successful premiere of Craft Beer Italy in Milan For many, pasta, pizza and wine are inseparable when mentioning Italy. The premiere of the Craft Beer Italy trade fair has demonstrated that craft beer on the Apennine Peninsula is also an integral part of “Dolce Vita”. On both days of the trade fair (November 22nd and 23rd, 2017), 670 visitors came to the Talent Garden Milano Calabiana in Milan to find out more at the booths of the 54 international exhibitors. Almost half of the visitors also attended the conference, which was organized by Doemens Academy and VLB Berlin. The organizers of NürnbergMesse were extremely satisfied and have already announced the second edition of the trade fair for 2019.

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eter Ottmann, CEO of the Nürn­ bergMesse Group, welcomed the guests in Italian language and spoke of the significance of the first Craft Beer Italy in the context of the Beviale Family. The Brau­ Beviale incorporates various events aroun ...

BBII 01-18 25 Impressions Craft Beer Italy
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Craft Beer Italy in Milan was a home game for Michela Della Toffola of Della Toffola; here with Benedikt Meier, editor of BBII.

Three ladies from Nuremberg (from right): Andrea Kalrait, Heike Slotta and Tanja Schöniger, all of NürnbergMesse

Impressions Craft Beer Italy

Gerd-Albrecht Graf (l.) and Peter Schill, both CoolSystem Keg, attended the trade fair to familiarize themselves with the Italian craft beer market.

Experts in specialty malts: Axel Jany (right), Weyermann, and Fabio De Filippi, Uberti

Emphasized the importance of proper water treatment: Michael Eumann (center) and Wolfgang Winkler (left), both Euwa, with Benedikt Meier

Franconian plant technology for Italian craft brewers: Dieter Pollok, Kaspar Schulz, together with Stefan Grauvogl and Silvia Gioieni, both Arte-Bier (from right)

Meeting point HVG booth (from right): Juliane Rahl, VLB Berlin; Dr. August Gresser, August Gresser & P ...

BBII 01-18 26-29 Modularization of the internal energy supply
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MODULARIZATION OF THE INTERNAL ENERGY SUPPLY Evolution of energy supply in the food industry and aspects of decarbonization A cooperation consisting of the partners Ziemann Holvrieka as industrial partner, the University of Applied Sciences WeihenstephanTriesdorf as scientific partner and the “visible” partner, the Karmeliten Brauerei as the driving partner, is currently trying to revolutionize the use of energy in the food and beverage industry.

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owever, why should the producing industry deal with a modern energy supply Future security, independence from fossil fuels, long-term energy cost plann­ ing and decoupling from the CO2 footprint debate are recurring key issues. The food industry – com­ posed of various sectors (figure 1) – is considered a robust economic sector, even if there are seasonal fluctuations. The most important sectors of the German food industry are the meat and meat processing industry, the dairy industry, the confectionary a ...

BBII 01-18 30-33 Tradition with a sparkle of innovation
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TRADITION WITH A SPARKLE OF INNOVATION French winery with state-of-the-art pump technology While surrounded by history and tradition, Bailly Lapierre prides itself on being a state-of-the-art winery that embraces new and innovative technology. Producing more than 3.5 million bottles of Crémant de Bourgogne annually, the winery is one of the leading producers of Crémants in the world. To maintain this lofty status, the winery and its cellarman Mathieu Cerveau rely on Mouvex® SLS Series Eccentric Disc Pumps for all their critical wine-pressing, transfer and bottling applications.

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ocated in the winemaking Yonne Valley near the village of Saint-Bris-le-Vineux, France, Bailly Lapierre is one of the leading producers of Crémant de Bourgogne, a white or rose sparkling wine made predominantly from Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes. As is the case with many European wineries and vineyards, Bailly Lapierre exudes history and tradition. Not only can the company’s ...

BBII 01-18 34-35 Technology for the food and beverage industry
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TECHNOLOGY FOR THE FOOD AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY Anuga FoodTec 2018 expects to set new exhibitor record More than packaging: Anuga FoodTec, the leading international supplier fair for the food and beverage industry, is opening its doors from 20 to 23 March 2018. Around 1,700 exhibitors are expected in the Cologne exhibition halls. “Anuga FoodTec will continue its success story. We are once again forecasting a 13 percent increase in the number of exhibitors compared to the previous event. As such, as the only trade fair worldwide, Anuga FoodTec covers all aspects of the food production and will convince in the coming year even more than ever due to its enormous variety of offers and quality,” said Katharina C. Hamma, Chief Operating Officer of Koelnmesse.

One for all – all in one With its exhibition segments Food Packaging, Safety & Analytics, Food Processing, Food Ingredients as well as Services & Solutions, Anuga FoodTec covers all aspects of food production. ...

BBII 01-18 36-38 Anuga FoodTec Trade Guide
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Anuga FoodTec Trade Guide Pavilion of Denmark at Anuga FoodTec 2018

KHS: new chunk dosing unit and compact systems

Danish suppliers of food processing equipment, solutions and food technology are well known for world-class quality, absolute efficiency and top standard in food safety. At Anuga FoodTec 2018, Danish Food Tech Group is hosting the largest ever national Pavilion of Denmark, where 28 Danish suppliers are showcasing a wide range of solutions and services to the international food manufacturing industry. This press pack includes examples of innovative high-qual­ ity solutions from three of these companies. The following companies are exhibiting at the Pavilion of Denmark: Dybvad Stål Industri, Admix Europe, Brüel Systems, Cotes, Danish Meat Research Institute (DMRI) – Tekno­ logisk Institut, Dantech Freezing Systems, DK-Transportbaand, Expanite, Gerstenberg Services, Grundfos Biobooster, HetoDan, Hiflux Filtration, HNC Group, Innospexion, Jeros, ...

BBII 01-18 39-41 Brewing in a fast growing economy
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BREWING IN A FAST GROWING ECONOMY The beer industry in Myanmar As the last major frontier Asian country (with the exception of North Korea) to open up and connect to the global economy, and with a population of over 50 million people, Myanmar has emerged as one of the key Asian beer markets in recent years. The country is expected to record high growth and increasing consumption following the country’s recent reforms, and the progressive lifting of previous economic sanctions. In recent years, GDP has grown at a pace of 7 to 8 percent annually. In addition, Myanmar has a population of more than 51 million, and young people, who will be the primary customers for beer in the future, account for a significant percentage of the population. Moreover, current beer consumption per person is comparatively low and there is room for growth. BREWING AND BEVERGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL presents an overview of Myanmar beer industry and rapid changes in it in this article.

Overview of ...

BBII 01-18 42-43 The post millennial era starts now
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THE POST-MILLENNIAL ERA STARTS NOW Influence of the young generation on the beer market When a new generation begins to take its place on the adult stage, it’s not unusual for marketers and other businesspeople to have difficulties understanding them and how this affects their business. The newcomers more than likely have attitudes and values that are very different from those of the generation that preceded them, and there’s often a lot of contradictory information about those attitudes and values that can be difficult to reconcile. The rise of the Millennial Generation has been no different.

Immersion in digital technology A growing immersion in digital technology. According to a survey of moms conducted by consulting firm Influence Central, the average kid today got his or her first smartphone at age 10.3 and their first social media account at 11.4.

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lmost two decades after their emergence, it’s still possible to find wildly different vi ...

BBII 01-18 44-45 Doemens News
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Dear Community, 2017 was a busy year here at Doemens: In addition to the daily routine at the Academy, there were continuing education courses, beer sommelier training modules, several international activities etc. On top of this, CRM software has been integrated into the organizational structure, some curricular changes demanded a re-vamping of professional development concepts, planning for the new construction project required our attention and much, much more. So time literally flew by. Early in the year, between holidays, is always a good time to take stock, analyze what just happened and judge if the direction you’re headed is where you want to be going. That’s what we call strategic planning and we’re right in the middle of it. Where does Doemens stand We can be quite proud because – yet again – the team has done a great job! Development in each of the business areas is strong – in some areas almost too good. We’ve had our hands full trying to find enough space t ...

BBII 01-18 46-47 Beverage Innovations
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BEVERAGE INNOVATIONS LIMITED EDITION WHISKY FROM JOHNNIE WALKER The dawn of a new year brings new plans, new resolutions and new beginnings – but for the team

of 12 expert whisky makers at Johnnie Walker, this is the case everyday as they continue to push the boundaries of flavor in Scotch Whisky, the company claims. This New Year, the team behind the Scotch Whisky brand, has released a special edition whisky exclusive to travelers: Johnnie Walker Blenders’ Batch Sherry Cask Finish – available now in duty free stores worldwide. The Johnnie Walker Blenders’ Batch portfolio is a series of whiskies crafted with the freedom to create blends that challenge whisky making traditions. The result is a unique series of experimental whiskies which deliver distinctive flavors and amazing serves. The experiment behind this latest release took inspiration from the iconic Johnnie Walker Black Label, which has been crafted with an element of sherry cask maturation for over a hund ...

BBII 01-18 48-49 Allied Innovations
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ALLIED INDUSTRIES PUMP DESIGNED FOR LONG-LIFE, HYGIENIC PERFORMANCE

BUCHER FILTROX IS NOW BUCHER UNIPEKTIN – COMPETENCE CENTER FILTRATION After the fusion of Bucher Filtrox Systems AG and Bucher Uni­ pektin AG at the beginning of 2017, the new department – Com­ petence Center Filtration – was founded. With the beginning of 2018, the logo has been changed to fit the name. The rights of the brand name Filtrox will entirely go back to Filtrox AG. With the Competence Center Filt­ ration and its proven technology and experience for filtration, stabi­ lization and beer recovery sys­ tems, Bucher Unipektin’s position will be strengthened further as a globally leading provider of solu­ tions and plants for the beverage industry. Bucher Unipektin AG is globally present. Their own distri­ bution and service subsidiaries offer competent and fast as­ sistance worldwide. Further information: www. bucherunipektin.com

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