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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%.

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Carlsberg expands use of regenerative barley

By Rachel Arthur

Carlsberg says it is forging ahead in its global move towards regenerative farming as it plans increased use of regenerative barley for pioneer beer brands in the UK, Finland and France.

Carlsberg's outgoing CEO, Cees ’t Hart. Pic: Carlsberg

Carlsberg CEO to retire

By Rachel Arthur

Carlsberg Group’s CEO Cees ’t Hart will leave the company by the end of Q3, 2023.

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’.

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Carlsberg’s four pillars for portfolio growth

By Rachel Arthur

Carlsberg has set out its strategy for portfolio growth over four key categories: continuing its focus on premium and super-premium products but also setting out new ambitions to expand in products beyond beer such as hard seltzer and RTDs.

Garage Hard Seltzer launched in Norway in May. Pic:Carlsberg.

Carlsberg trials hard seltzers in Norway and Singapore

By Rachel Arthur

Carlsberg is exploring the global potential of the hard seltzer category with the launch of products in Norway and Singapore. ‘It’s still early days, but we are positive of the opportunity’, says the brewer.

Working towards a completely bio-based, polymer free bottle for beer. Pic:Carlsberg.

Carlsberg, Coca-Cola and Absolut create paper bottle research community

Carlsberg showcases paper bottle prototype

By Rachel Arthur

Carlsberg has unveiled two research prototypes for its Green Fibre Bottle: bottles made from sustainably sourced bio-based wood fibres.