Carlsberg Establishes Greenfield Brewery in Myanmar with ALECTIA

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In 2013 Carlsberg Group announced that it had signed a strategic partnership agreement with a local privately-owned leading beverage company, Myanmar Golden Star (MGS) Breweries, to brew and market Carlsberg beers in Myanmar. Under this agreement, MGS Breweries and Carlsberg formed a Joint Venture – Myanmar Carlsberg Co., Ltd. – with plans to set up a new greenfield brewery and distribute Carlsberg beers in the local market. (more…)

India. Illegal ‘Home Delivery’ of alcohol booming

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At a time when the bars are closed, it’s an advantage for all those who prefer to get liquor delivered at their doorsteps. They can avoid standing for hours in the serpentine queues in front of Kerala State Beverages Corporation’s outlets as the illegal home delivery of Indian Made Foreign Liquor (IMFL) is booming in the city, and those running this business are making a killing. (more…)

Vietnam. 5 O’Clock Somewhere: Another Beer Found, Another Day Lost

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Craft Beer in Saigon

“Are you looking for something lighter or darker?” asks a twenty-something Vietnamese man from behind the bar. His name is “H” (like the letter, he tells me) and by the looks of him, H enjoys his beer. He doesn’t have the traditional slender frame of his countrymen, but carries a slight paunch that’s become increasingly prevalent as Western indulgences, such as craft beer, make their way into Vietnam. (more…)

Vietnam. No alcohol – only tea and milk

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A resolution on the prohibition of the consumption of beer, wine and other alcoholic beverages at state establishments of the region before and after Lunar New year has been issued in the Vietnamese province of Kon Tum. (more…)

China. Baijiu far outperforming nation’s beer market

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Chinese people may be shifting away from traditional alcoholic drinks like baijiu, an industry already hit hard by Beijing’s crackdown on corruption, but top distillers like Kweichow Moutai still offer a good investment opportunity, says a new Macquarie research report. (more…)

Drinktec 2017: Focus on water and energy management

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Water is the most important basic ingredient for the brewing and beverages industry. But that´s just part of the story. In the production processes, water fulfills many other functions—either as process water, an energy carrier or in cleaning operations. (more…)