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UBL: Taking Charge in India

09.11.2011
In the minds of many, India remains tomorrow's market with brewers' thoughts filled with volumes to come from this untapped market.
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StarBev: Shining Brightly

09.11.2011
CEO Alain Beyens tells Glynn Davis what's next....
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The Greening of Gösser

09.11.2011
Can a brewery actually be CO2 neutral?...
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Hops: A Strange, Strange World

09.11.2011
Alpha acid is in oversupply, yet thanks to increasing demand from craft brewers for aroma hops, there are varieties where demand outstrips supply many times over. Rebecca Evans surveys the ever-changing landscape of hop market supply and demand. (BG Nov/Dec 2011)

Brewers' Grains: Opportunities Abound

09.11.2011
Brewers' grains have traditionally been hauled away by farmers for use as animal feed - an end use of increasing value in this age of scarcity. But there are numerous potential alternative uses, some now in existence and with others in development. David Cook of the University of Nottingham surveys the current thinking and asks if the brewery of tomorrow will be a 'biorefinery'. (BG Nov/Dec 2011)

An American Original

28.10.2011
As the craft beer market matures, there are a handful of companies that have pulled away to become nationally recognised, none more so than Boston Beer. Its success is due to Jim Koch, founder and today chairman, and who is staging a new revolution in beer freshness. Report by editor Larry Nelson. (BG Sep/Oct 2011)

Craft Beer Uncapped

28.10.2011
To say that the fortunes of American craft beer are on the rise is an understatement, of late their popularity has exploded beyond anyone's expectations. Volumes and sales are in sustained growth, and a new wave of start-ups are about to commence production. Jay R Brooks surveys the emerging craft beer landscape. (BG Sep/Oct 2011)

Packaging's Green Debate

28.10.2011
What offers brand owners better environmental credentials - cans, glass bottles or PET bottles? There's no easy answer, with outcomes dependent on variables such as recycling that are outside the control of suppliers and brewers. Glynn Davis sheds some light on a weighty issue. (BG Sep/Oct 2011)

The Boom in Biogas

28.10.2011
While the science has been understood for some decades, the drivers behind biogas production from waste water have changed. Environmental pressures and the ability to obtain a better return on investment are accelerating adaptation. But, as Peter Haydon discovers, the real story regarding cleaned-up waste water is its use in production processes. (BG Sep/Oct 2011)

The Heart of Africa

16.09.2011
Tom de Man, Heineken regional president for Africa and Middle East, is due to retire this summer, leaving a lengthy roll call of accomplishments, the latest being Heineken's entry into Ethiopian brewing. In a wide-ranging interview, editor Larry Nelson hears what makes Africa special. (BG Jul/Aug 2011)
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