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Deschutes and Patagonia team up to promote Kernza with the new brew.

Deschutes Brewery and Patagonia team up on kernza brew

By Rachel Arthur

Deschutes Brewery and Patagonia Provisions are exploring the potential of Kernza - an organic, carbon-sequestering perennial grain that acts as a substitute for wheat – with two new brews set to launch later this year.

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Molson Coors: 5 ways it plans to accelerate growth

By Rachel Arthur

Molson Coors says it has achieved the aims of its 2019 Revitalization Plan: now it wants to refine that strategy to accelerate growth. From digital transformation to ‘aggressive premiumization’, here’s how it’s going to do that.

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Optimism and challenges for US craft beer market

By Rachel Arthur

In a maturing market, US craft brewers are up against rising costs and supply chain disruptions. But the Brewers Association says its midyear survey indicates optimism for the second half of the year.

Ole Egberg Mikkelsen, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Kingdom of Denmark to Ukraine; and Oleh Khaidakin, Managing Director of Carlsberg Ukraine

Carlsberg Ukraine invests in new production line

By Staff reporter

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%.

Waterloo Brewing. Pic: Carlsberg

Carlsberg acquires Waterloo Brewing in Canada

By Rachel Arthur

Carlsberg will acquire Waterloo Brewing for $144m CAD ($106m): helping it build up a ‘highly competitive company in the Canadian beer and RTD market’.

Bars are reopening across Europe after coronavirus shutdowns. Pic:getty/dziggyfoto

Time to #reconnect: European brewers show support for hospitality sector

By Rachel Arthur

Bars and restaurants – and particularly those that are smaller businesses – will need ‘targeted, ongoing and continued support’ as they reopen, says the Brewers of Europe. With one in three beers in Europe sold in hospitality, its success is closely linked...

The Budweiser Solar Farm will produce the equivalent of power for 670,000 homes. Pic:getty/edufoto

AB InBev to brew beer with renewable electricity in Europe

By Rachel Arthur

AB InBev has signed a deal with global renewable energy developer, BayWa r.e., to purchase 100% renewable electricity for its European brewing operations. It is the largest Pan-European corporate solar power deal ever made: covering AB InBev’s 14 breweries...

“The technology allows the craft side of coffee to replicate what’s so exciting about experiencing unique coffee.”

Shelf-stable RAIN tech could change the canned coffee space

By Beth Newhart

A concern in the RTD beverage industry is maintaining freshness and quality with a long shelf life. Special, crafted drinks like cold brew coffee struggle with this the most, but brewing technology from BKON is now extending product drinkability.

Everyman's Right Brewery's beers are due to hit shelves in summer 2019.

Sustainability spotlight: ‘Our bigger mission is to make the whole brewing industry more sustainable’

Finland's carbon negative craft brewery: ‘Instead of warming the planet, we are cooling it - beer by beer’

By Rachel Arthur

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...

The new cask-conditioned beers. Pic: Carlsberg

‘With science and craft, there are lots of opportunities to create innovative products in the elite category’

Beer meets gastronomy: Carlsberg develops speciality beer category for high-end restaurants

By Rachel Arthur

Carlsberg is seeking to increase the relevance of beer for today’s experimental gastronomy in the Danish restaurant scene, developing beers with new raw materials, methods and sensory profiles. Its new cask-conditioned Jacobsen beers have now launched...

Consumers are looking to engage with products beyond the physical label through digital printing capabilities. ©GettyImages/DragonImages

FSMA pushes beverage manufacturers to embrace digital printing

By Mary Ellen Shoup

US packaging machinery shipments within the beverage sector is forecasted to grow just over 2% over the next five years as small and medium sized manufacturers advance their digital and coding printing capabilities, according to the PMMI 2017 State of...

Adult soft drinks: What flavors appeal to consumers?

Adult soft drinks: What flavors appeal to consumers?

By Rachel Arthur

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. 

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