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Standing out from the Crowd

The rise of pressure sensitive labels stalled in 2009, as cuts in capital expenditure in the depths of the recession put a hold on purchases of labelling equipment. Suppliers report a return to robust health at the beginning of 2010 but there's another concern for everyone in the industry - environmental performance (BG May-June 2010)

Is this the brewery of the future?

The Martens family has been in the brewing business for generations, longer than better-known Guinness, but when it comes to thinking about the future its enviable heritage poses no obstacles. managing director Jan Martens has embraced continuous brewing, crossflow filtration, plastic packaging and other state-of-the-art practices with enthusiasm.

Both eyes on the future

When it comes to the brewery of the Future the crystal ball is murky, consensus elusive. There is not one blueprint for the future but many. Brewers' Guardian puts some oft-uttered statements on the shape of brewing tomorrow to some very different brewers
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