The beer market of Russia was warmed up by the hot summer, but the preparation for large volume PET prohibition has already impacted it negatively. The year was successful for Efes, MBC and regional producers; Carlsberg’s positions were virtually stable … Continue reading
How would you like to enjoy the smooth sensation of freshly tapped beer anytime and anywhere? Now, with Carlsberg’s latest innovation, Carlsberg Smooth Draught, you can – the only difference being the fact that it’s now in a bottle. It … Continue reading
India. Move over draught, brew masters are creating craft beer infused with desi flavours and ingredients
Citrusy, light-bodied with a hint of sweet. That’s Beteljuice for you, a beer infused with paan and lemongrass. For those who like to venture on the dark side, there’s the roasty Kaapi stout, which marries malt with coffee beans. To … Continue reading
Small breweries are taking away the share of transnational companies, writes the Russian business newspaper Kommersant.
According to the National Chamber of Entrepreneurs (NCE) of Kazakhstan RK Atameken, Kazakhstan allowed to sell draught beer in PET bottles by the legislation.
Taking a sip of the foamy dark beer, Chris Dibble pulls the pint away from his lips and looks at the glass full of oatmeal stout. Then he lets out an audible, satisfied sigh. Sitting on a barstool at Brewer’s … Continue reading
Beer lovers in St. Louis are about to have a new way to enjoy fresh draft beer in the comfort of their own home. Anheuser-Busch’s latest innovation, a unique new home draft system called Draftmark, will arrive in select St. … Continue reading
A new micobrewery is to open in Oxfordshire after its founders decided to escape the rat race.
The Draught Beer Quality (DBQ) Working Group of the Brewers Association Technical Committee has added new resources to DraughtQuality.org. In early 2010, the DBQ Group identified the need for concise, easy-to-read information for use at retail.
Mass beer sales became a whole lot simpler to execute at the Wells Fargo Center on Tuesday night, thanks to an innovation that no doubt would make technology-savvy President Barack Obama proud.