The renewed lockdown since the start of November 2020 has compounded losses and revenue declines related to beer sales to...
The United Nations have found that water consumption has been rising by approximately one percent annually since the 1980s. This rise is fueled by growing populations, socioeconomic developments and the changing of consumption habits.
In the third quarter of 2020, consumers continued to purchase even more German-made wines. The German Wine Institute (Deutsches Weininstitut...
Yeast management is often neglected at breweries – yet the quality of the yeast has a significant impact on the quality of the beer. What can breweries do keep the yeast from being stressed?
Digitization is advancing inexorably. In the beverage industry in particular, it holds great opportunities to master existing and upcoming challenges with the right digital solutions.
Farmers are hit particularly hard by climate change: They notice the impact of drought, heavy rainfall and other weather problems directly in their fields. Barleycorn is a good example of how changes in climate directly affect the brewing process.
According to the Asian Development Bank, the Philippines is facing a severe recession this year as a result of the pandemic. Years of stable economic growth of around 6.4per cent up until 2017 have been followed by a 7.3 percent fall in GDP in 2020. But the country’s economy should be back on track next year. Here, we examine what the current economic situation, the tax on sugary drinks introduced in 2018 and the coronavirus pandemic mean for the Philippines drinks industry.
India is one of the largest producers and consumers of spirits globally. Popularly known as a whiskey market, India is one of the largest spirits markets on the basis of volume. Though it is driven primarily by whiskey growth, other subsegments like brandy, rum, vodka and gin have also been posting steady numbers in the last few years. The country’s huge population (1.3 billion strong), rising disposable income and changing lifestyle are expected to keep the spirits demand high for the foreseeable future.
Wine sales via catering services have taken a nosedive due to the coronavirus pandemic, especially during lockdown – a great shock for the German wine market. The German wine industry, however, is using this opportunity, to reinvent itself and is breaking new ground in online retail.