According to the current BarthHaas Report Hops, the beer industry reported a positive development worldwide in 2019, with cultivation areas...
Here you get to know all about the brewer’s scene. What they are using, what is trending and more.
With a population of more than 58 million, South Africa is the richest country
and largest beer producer and consumer on the African continent. But the South African beer industry’s growth has been muted for the last few years on account of sluggish economic growth. Yet, the country remains one of the most interesting global beer markets with a strong dominance of two major players.
Craft beer has become an integral part of the beverage culture in Germany. But, an initial wave of consolidation is brewing in the still young craft beer movement.
It seems there’s no stopping the current trend for regional and specialty beers. And for several years now, bock beers have been no exception. Demand for strong beers is growing.
We present an overview of Japanese breweries and beer market with a special focus on country’s craft beer revolution. Dominated by five domestic producers Asahi, Kirin, Suntory, Sapporo and Orion it is also one of the toughest markets for new entrants. Though overall beer consumption may have fallen in Japan during the current decade craft beer’s market share has quadrupled to approximately two percent of all beer consumed and produced in the country.
The “Land of the Rising Sun” Japan has been one of the largest Asian
and global beer markets for a long period. Dominated by five domestic producers, it is also one of the toughest markets for new entrants.
Dark beers and black beers have a large fan base. These specialties are especially popular in eastern and southern Germany....
Pale lager is rated tops as the most popular beer style: Around the world, it beats all other styles in...
Curiosity about new flavors with a splash of modern zeitgeist: Landbier and Kellerbier varieties move into the fast lane
Specialty beers are making waves on the German beer market. The Landbier and Kellerbier styles have joined lager as drinkers’ favorites. That shouldn’t come as a surprise: These styles of beer perfectly meld the current zeitgeist with drinkers’ desire to switch things up and taste something new. Beverages in this vein embody the concepts of local production, artisanship, tradition and a commitment to quality.