Gipsy Hill Brewery claims a world first in creating carbon negative beers without the use of offsets. And the concept, based on regenerative farming, could go well beyond its pints served in London. “By truly embedding sustainability into our brewing...
Carlsberg Group has confirmed investments of 1.5 billion hryvnias ( €40m / $44m) for Ukraine in 2023, with a new production line at its Kyiv brewery which will increase the production capacity of canned products by 80%.
A Finnish craft brewery hopes to go beyond carbon neutral to become carbon negative – removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere rather than simply offsetting emissions – with the broader mission of inspiring the whole brewing industry to become more...
Adult soft drinks are gaining in popularity: but what flavors appeal to this audience? From the beer cues of brewed soda to the sour tang of vinegar, natural ingredient company Döhler explores the tastes that are appealing to today’s consumers.
A UK brewing science academic tells BeverageDaily.com that a regional project to help microbrewers crack China could benefit similar firms nationwide, and that the country hasn't ‘scratched the surface’ in terms of craft brewing export potential.
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Ulf Brøchner Sørensen, global product manager, brewing and distilling enzymes at Danisco, told BeverageDaily.com at Brau Beviale that there was trend globally towards less expensive, more sustainable production.
DSM and S Black are extending their distribution arrangement in the UK to cover beverage enzymes, which are now being offered to targeted customers or alongside other ingredients in S Black’s beverage portfolio.
Novozymes is introducing the first new technologies to be born out of its acquisition of Indian enzyme-maker Biocon, such as a new enzyme to increase apple juice yield and overcome apply supply issues.
Genetics is often charged as providing a brave new world for science and now it seems that new research into the makeup of brewing yeasts in lager could revolutionise the very taste of beer, new research claims.
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.
At a time when many Russian brewers are seeing their local brands
replaced by the premium international beers produced by their
foreign owners, resolutely Russian Ochakovo prefers has launched a
new local beer brand called Privoljskoie,...
Fuller Smith & Turner, the brewer of London Pride ale, has
geared up for growth by investing in a £2 million new line of keg
racking equipment supplied by German manufacturer KHS, writes
Kim Hunter Gordon.
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...
As growth in the premium bottled beer sector gallops ahead overall
beer consumption in Europe brewers are driving innovation in the
ingredients sector, encouraging firms to come up with novel
solutions to tackle the market. Starch...
Sun Interbrew has confirmed the sale of its 99 per cent stake in
OJSC Bavaria to the brewery management for an undisclosed sum, in a
deal that goes against the companies policy to continue its rapid
expansion onto the Russian beer...
Carlsberg has confirmed that the Investment Fund for Central and
Eastern Europe (IFCEE) has become a shareholder in its Serbian
brewery, Pivara Celarevo, in a move that is expected to free up