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Feed barley potential rises on the back of demand for malt barley in China

A growing thirst for beer in China is opening opportunities for Australian barley growers to increase their exports.

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WA grain growers to gain from SE Asian beer boom

A subsidiary of the grain handler, CBH, says it is building a multi-million dollar malt milling plant in Vietnam to capitalise on South-East Asia’s growing taste for beer.

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The Future of Brewing Barley

In 2011, the world harvested an estimated 132.35 million metric tons (MT) of barley for all uses, including not just brewing, but also animal feed and human food. This estimate is virtually the same as the yield recorded in 2002, … Continue reading

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Barley brewing offers basis for portfolio variation and sustainability

Jeroen van Roon, global marketing manager for beer for DSM Food Specialties told BeverageDaily.com that barley brewing enzymes could help brewers cut down on more costly malt-based products, and develop new portfolio innovations.

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European Union – Malting barley unlinks from other grain markets

Different from other grains, malting barley prices in the EU have moved slightly higher. Just like crude oil, corn and wheat have reacted on growing concerns of a slowdown of economic growth and the European debt crisis, whereas malting barley … Continue reading

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UK. Subsidiary of Graincorp Malt in Inverness suffers dust explosion and fire

Staff at Bairds Malt, a subsidiary of Graincorp Malt, Autralia had to be evacuated following the dust explosion on Thursday.

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Mozambique Cuts Tax on Cassava Beer to Encourage Production

Mozambique’s parliament has approved legislation that will cut the tax on beer made from cassava to 10 percent compared with 40 percent for beer made from malt to encourage the use of locally grown crops.

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Number of large malting factories under German ownership decreases

Germany’s malt industry has undergone significant changes recently and there are now just three large malting factories under exclusive German management, an industry analysts note said earlier in October.

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Schill Malz/GermanMalt no longer independent

As GrainCorp stated in a public announcement on 05. October, it had completed the purchase of GermanMalt GmbH & Co. for an enterprise value of €58 million, inclusive of €18 million in inventory and working capital.

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EU Malting barley is in short supply – price increase is expected

Michael Fleischer, malting barley trader at Grainexx, Hamburg drew this conclusion today at the International malting barley seminar of research institute VLB, in Berlin.

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