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Gen Z drive demand for alcohol reduction

25-Nov-2021

Avoidance of alcohol is becoming the norm for a growing minority of consumers around the world. While this trend is seen across all age groups, it is most apparent in Generation Z, with as many as a third of consumers aged 18-25 now saying that they never consume alcohol. This trend is creating ...

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Budweiser Brewing Group, En+, Canpack and Elval pilotnew beer can with lowest carbon footprint

01-Oct-2021

Budweiser Brewing Group, the UK arm of AB InBev, together with RUSAL, the Metals segment of En+ Group, the world’s largest producer of low carbon aluminium, CANPACK, global manufacturer of aluminum beverage cans, and ELVAL, a leading aluminium rolling expert, announce the launch of a pilot to ...

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Karlsberg brews the best lager in the world

Homburger Brewery's products win awards at the World Beer Awards

29-Sep-2021

With its products, the Karlsberg Brewery stands for genuine brewing craftsmanship and quality. And that pays off: The brewers from Homburg can be pleased about the award for their "Karlsberg naturally cloudy cellar beer" at this year's World Beer Award. It was voted World's Best Lager. Karlsberg ...

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Guinness Announces Chicago Taproom

Legendary Irish brewer’s new West Loop location to open early 2023, celebrate spirit of the city

23-Sep-2021

Irish heritage, tradition, grit, and resilience all run deep in Chicago, and in the not-too-distant future, so will Guinness roots. This great American city will be the home to the new Guinness Chicago Taproom, slated to open to the public in 2023 in the city’s lively West Loop neighborhood. ...

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3 ways to grow non-alcoholic beer in the US

16-Sep-2021

Brewers can entice more US adults to try non-alcoholic beer by suggesting usage occasions, creating new flavors and launching organic varieties. The market potential for non-alcoholic beer in the US is large as 40% of US adult beer purchasers/drinkers would like to see more non-alcoholic ...

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Untrained beer drinkers can taste different barley genotypes

26-Jul-2021

When it comes to craft beer, the flavor doesn't have to be all in the hops. As a panel of amateur beer tasters at Washington State University recently demonstrated, malted barley, the number one ingredient in beer besides water, can have a range of desirable flavors too. Researchers recruited a ...

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Seriously special: new Ambar DOBLE IPA

29-Jun-2021

Discerning beer drinkers in Spain will be excited at the launch of Ambar DOBLE IPA, a brand-new canned beer from independent brewery Cervezas Ambar, and a must-try for serious fans of heavy hops. The brewery’s popular Ambar IPA already attracts consumers who enjoy the traditional, darker, hoppy ...

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A new disease called halo blight threatens Michigan hop production

08-Jun-2021

If you're a beer drinker, you've noticed that hoppy beers have become increasingly popular. Most of the nation's hops come from the Pacific Northwest. However, commercial hop production regions have expanded significantly. In Michigan hop production nearly tripled between 2014 and 2017 and in ...

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Popular in the store, no chance in the pub: German beer in Great Britain

The phased end of corona rules has keg beer flowing again. But this is not good news for all brewers

23-Apr-2021

Laughing and visibly thirsty, people in England are flocking back to the beer gardens, sales at the open pubs are huge, seats booked up for weeks. Gone are the bad Corona times, when tens of millions of liters of draft beer had to be poured away because pubs were closed. But the pictures, which ...

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Using molecular sieves to adjust the taste of non-alcoholic beer

09-Apr-2021

Researcher Deborah Gernat has created a new method to further develop the taste of non-alcoholic beer, in collaboration with Heineken. The technique, which is based on molecular sieves, gives brewers a new tool to bring the taste of non-alcoholic beer closer to that of regular beer. The first ...

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