The old adage that one person’s trash is another’s treasure is the foundation of San Francisco-based startup ReGrained, which makes snack bars from grains used to brew beer and eventually hopes to connect other manufacturers with a steady supply of the...
An ingredient manufacturer says that one of its functional
carbohydrate products can offer brewers improved texture and
stability retention in lower or no-alcohol beer, according to
Food enzymes contribute a quarter of sales revenue to the overall
enzyme business in the first quarter, says Danish firm Novozymes,
marking a one per cent rise in contribution on the previous year,
writes Lindsey Partos.
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....
A number of major changes in production facilities across the
region sees Danone reversing its decision to close a biscuit
factory in Poland, the EBRD readying to invest in dried fruit
production in Uzbekistan and Minsk Beer poised...
Russia's leading beer brewery, has announced the start of
production at its newly constructed malt processing facility in
Tula, central European Russia. The project aims to up the company's
own supply of...
A major Chinese brewer is adopting hi-tech methods and promoting
the growth of new varieties of hops from the USA, UK and Germany to
boost brewing production. Domestic producers in China, which
recently became the world's biggest...
Differing fortunes in the east and west: following disappointing
third quarter results, Carlsberg has rationalised its operations in
Sweden while at the same time increased its influence in the
Bulgarian brewing industry.
Belgian speciality beer maker Duvel Moortgat shrugged off declining
volumes in France and the Netherlands to post a 9 per cent rise in
first half turnover, helped by strong performances in the UK and
The German firm Steinecker, a subsidiary of Krones, has been
awarded two large-scale orders covering a total order value of €47
million. The Mexican brewing concern Cerveceria
Cuauhtemoc-Moctezuma placed an order with Steinecker that...
TrenStar has announced that it has concluded an agreement with
Scottish Courage Limited, part of Scottish & Newcastle plc and
one of the largest brewers in Europe, to acquire the beer keg fleet
of Scottish Courage (some 1.9 million...