Scientists at Carlsberg Research Laboratory have invented a non-GMO breeding method, called ‘FIND-IT’, which helps find variants that better tolerate heat, drought or other climatic challenges. And while the obvious application for the brewer is barley...
Sustainable chips and a dip with a ‘consistency similar to tapenade’ have been developed by fermentation experts in Denmark. Both products are made almost exclusively from upcycled by-products generated during the beer brewing process.
The crunchy snack combines chicken with spent grain from breweries or vegetable scraps leftover from juicing, which Tyson packages in a recycled aluminium tallboy can to add to its food waste mission (and tie in with the beer concept).
The Miller Brewing Company will not be following in the footsteps
of rivals by reformulating its caffeinated alcohol brands in the
US, claiming the products are fully compliant with regulatory and
labelling guidelines in the country.
The challenges facing raw material sourcing across the beverage
market will be on of the key focuses for the Drinktec 2009 trade
show set to place next September in Munich, according to its
This year's Brau Beviale show kicks off in Nuremberg, Germany
today, with players throughout all aspects of brewing and beverage
manufacturing gathering to unveil and discuss the latest trends and
innovations in the industry.
The recent move to ban beer advertising in Russia is just one of a
number of challenges facing brewers there, but a recent survey of
the country's leading operators suggests that most of them are
relishing the challenges to come....
Russian brewers, facing the impact of a recent ban on advertising
their products, are hoping to keep consumer awareness high through
new product launches, including premium beers, reports Angela
The Brewing Industry Association of the China National Food
Industry Association has announced its support and cooperation in
the organisation of BevTek & BrewTek China 2005, which will be
held in conjunction with ProPak China...
Three major European brewing companies are competing to purchase a
small brewery in the previously unexplored region of Russia's far
east, as the scrap to profit from one of the world's
fastest-growing beer markets hots...
Over the course of the last few months the China beer market has
witnessed frenzied activity as international brewery companies race
to increase their footprint in what is now the world's second
largest market by volume. But...
Miller Brewing is to package beer in innovative new containers,
which the company claims are designed to fit conveniently into home
refrigerators. The firm is the first to apply the Fridge Pack, a
popular consumer package in other...
The latest food and drink product launches from Mintel reveal a
broad spectrum of innovative product launches for the Central and
Eastern European region, which all carry a seasonally wintry
Czech brewer Plzensky Prazdroj recently undertook an extensive
survey into the art of beer drawing. The experts concluded that the
process has an unquestionable influence on the resulting taste and
quality of the product.
Carlsberg's head of supply chain, Jette Knudsen, is to leave the
group in December after a disastrous summer season which saw the
company recall millions of cans of sour-tasting beer from the
Asahi Breweries of Japan has turned corporate wisdom on its head,
by cutting production costs enough to compete with Chinese brewers.
The company has overcome the problem of higher labour costs by
cutting down on packaging and other...