Agreed new biosecurity arrangements have opened the door to more export opportunities with India for Australian barley and fruit growers. Agriculture Minister David Littleproud said India’s approval of phosphine fumigation of malting barley and in-transit cold treatment of a variety of fruits is a breakthrough for our farmers. “We can now export malting barley to … Continue reading India opportunities brewing for our farmers
A new trends report published by Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (WMFTG) has outlined a number of factors influencing the global brewing market. The report will help Australian brewers of all sizes to achieve greater and greater competitive advantage through greater understanding of industry drivers. The report’s authors have identified distinct shifts in consumer-led behaviours as … Continue reading Global study identifies factors for investment in Australian brewing market
Carlsberg Group is trying to create the world’s first ‘paper’ beer bottle made from sustainably sourced wood fibres that is both 100 per cent bio-based and fully recyclable. Carlsberg has unveiled two new research prototypes of its Green Fibre Bottle, which are the first ‘paper bottles’ to contain beer. Carlsberg also announced it has been … Continue reading Carlsberg moves to create paper beer bottle
Strong consumer appetite for new and interesting beers has created opportunities for craft brewers, driving enormous growth in the increasingly crowded craft market. Despite local beer consumption falling, industry figures show one new craft beer brewery opened every four days in Australia in 2018. Many craft brewers are expanding rapidly, which introduces complex challenges for … Continue reading Five ways to improve efficiency with craft beer
“We saw a lot of craft breweries popping up but what we could never get our heads around was why we weren’t getting into it as malt barley producers,” AG Schilling & Co’s Mark Schilling says. “Why is this any different from the wine industry – they grow grapes and they turn them into wine … Continue reading From barley to beer – farmer takes up brewing
New findings from University of Adelaide researchers, could help provide more stable brewing processes or new malts for craft brewers. The researchers discovered a link between one of the key enzymes involved in malt production for brewing and a specific tissue layer within the barley grain. The most important malting enzymes come from a layer of … Continue reading Research helps towards creating more stable brewing processes
Long ago, modern malt houses switched to large mechanical turners, which enable production volumes of tens of thousands of tons per year.
BrewArt, the world’s first fully-automated personal brewing system, comprises two sophisticated machines – the BeerDroid and the BrewFlo.
Engineers have developed a bio-manufacturing process that uses a biological organism cultivated in brewery wastewater to create the carbon-based materials used in batteries.
Merger and acquisition (M&A) activity has long been a fixture of alcoholic beverage industries. Recently, major producers, particularly breweries, have begun consolidating their operations more frequently than previous years. The effects of these consolidations have radically transformed the market for alcoholic beverages throughout the 21st century. Due to the pervasiveness of alcohol consumption, alcoholic beverage producers … Continue reading Major breweries experience record-high M&A
Cask Brewing Systems -the company that invented micro-canning equipment for craft brewers -is offering a new canning line that doubles the speed of its fastest machine.
The TankJet M60 Mobile Tank Cleaner from Spraying Systems removes tough residues quickly and effectively using low flow rates.
Coopers Brewery is launching a new series of DIY beer extracts in response to the growing interest in craft beer across the world.
The world’s top brewer, Belgian-Brazilian behemoth Anheuser-Busch InBev has clinched a $A172.28 billion deal for rival, SABMiller, in what is now the third biggest takeover in global corporate history.
According to the Washington Post, the world’s two biggest beer makers are considering merging in what is being touted as the biggest deal in brewing history.
Krones Steinecker has developed the MicroCube brewhouse concept for brew sizes of five or ten hectolitres.
Pure Blonde, the original low carb beer, has had a makeover, now boasting an even lower carb content.
Beca has finalised $26M of works at Lion’s West End Brewery in Adelaide.
Coopers Brewery has launched a Thomas Cooper’s Selection mixed six-pack ahead of Father’s Day.