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Boston Beer Co. hit by higher price of barley

Q: Something bad has happened to my Boston Beer Co. shares, and I want to know if problems will continue.

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Soufflet takeover of Durst Malz announced

In a press release dated 29.09. the two companies announced the Merger of Heinrich Durst Malz GmbH & Co. KG with the French malting group Soufflet in Nogent sur ??Seine. As per market perception, one of the biggest, yet independent … Continue reading

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Malting barley at current levels supported by a stable feed barley market

Despite the very tight supply with normal and good quality malting barley in the EU, the EU malting barley prices fell sharply in recent weeks.

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A flat tax on alcohol could be a heady prospect for the new owners of Foster’s

As SABMiller mulls over the many ways it can extract hundreds of millions of dollars in efficiencies from the Foster’s Group – including overhauling its Victorian and NSW breweries – it will have one eye focused on this week’s tax … Continue reading

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Canada. Viterra Malt reports lower sales on a year-to-date basis

Viterra, a vertically integrated global agri-business headquartered in Canada, today published its third quarter financial results and outlook.

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“Viking Malt” September Barley Report

Lithuania Barley harvesting is finished and about 20-25 % of malting will be downgraded to feed quality because of high proteins and rain damages. Average results of samples received: Protein 11.6%; Screenings above 2.5 mm 89.9% Germination 96.1% Lithuania will … Continue reading
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Smaller, lower quality barley crop in west Europe

* Feed wheat replacing barley in German livestock rations * Maltsters may have to accept lower quality supplies

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USA. Early harvest results raise concerns about malt barley supplies

Barley plantings were off sharply due to wet planting conditions in the main barley producing region, thus causing anxieties over a dwindling supply of malt barley.

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Bulgaria Oldest Brewery Sells Malt Production to French Co

The French company Malteries Soufflet is acquiring the malt production of Bulgaria’s oldest commercial brewery “Kamenitza.”

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Canada. Prairie Malt cuts output and staff by more than half

Prairie Malt, a major producer of malt in Canada and a joint venture of Cargill and Viterra, on Thursday announced to lay off 35 out of 70 workers and to cut output due to the end of a supply deal … Continue reading

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