Brewery

Analyst warns pouches face fight to grab US beer throat share

FLEXIBLE PACKAGING 2014: FREEDONIA NOTES CRAFT BEER POUCH INTEREST

Analyst warns pouches face fight to grab US beer throat share

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Stand-up pouches face a fight to wrest beer market share from traditional formats like bottles and cans that are ‘ingrained in the consumer’s mind’ but could carve out their own niche.

GEA Group's stand at Drinktec 2013, with the Craft-Star brewhouse in the foreground

DRINKTEC 2013: LIVE FROM THE SHOW FLOOR

Craft beer stardom beckons for GEA Brewery Systems

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Jens Neidhardt, sales director, GEA Brewery Systems talks craft brewing trends and why the firm chose to launch its more compact Craft-Star brewhouse in 2013.

BeverageDaily.com and FoodProductionDaily.com reporter Mark Astley with Krones' Ralph Schneid at Brau Beviale.

LIVE FROM THE SHOW FLOOR: BRAU BEVIALE 2012

Krones’ CombiCube F offers ‘big advantages’ to craft brewers

By Mark Astley

The CombiCube F modular filtration system offers craft brewers ‘big advantages’ in terms of engineering and cost, Krones’ Ralph Schneid told BeverageDaily.com and FoodProductionDaily.com at Brau Beviale.

SABMiller faces final demand for huge Indian tax bill

SABMiller faces final demand for huge Indian tax bill

By Mike Stones

India’s regulatory authorities have issued a final demand for beer brewing giant SABMiller to pay a $39.5m (£24m) tax bill following its acquisition of Australian brewer Fosters’ assets in the country five years ago.

Trade association widens craft brewing definition

Trade association widens craft brewing definition

By Guy Montague-Jones

The Brewers Association (BA) in the US has relaxed its definition of a craft brewer, increasing the qualifying production cap from 2 million barrels a year to 6 million.

Spotlight

Follow us

Products

View more

Webinars

Featured Suppliers

All suppliers