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Krones magazine


In Munich’s Unterschleissheim suburb, two start-up entrepreneurs have proclaimed the craft-brewing republic... Read more ›


They have now successfully completed this upsizing project with a modified CombiCube B brewhouse and a bottling... Read more ›

Four high-speed ErgoBloc L

Coca-Cola FEMSA Philippines is not letting the grass grow under its feet. At the beginning of 2013 the Mexican... Read more ›



Four high-speed ErgoBloc L

Superbly flexible

Increased levels of demand in Indonesia were reason enough for the PT Suntory Garuda Beverage joint venture to install a complete hybrid line from Krones at their facility in Surabaya on the Indonesian island of Java in 2014.

Trendy brandy

33 million cartons - that corresponds to around 400 million bottles a year. With these incredible figures, Emperador Distillers Inc. (EDI) controls about 97 per cent of the Philippines' brandy market.

Aseptic - safe

The family firm Philippine Spring Water Resources, Inc. (PSWRI) is one of the first bottlers in the world


25 years ago, the first brew-pubs emerged here, followed by microbreweries in Quebec Province on the east coast.

Faces aplenty, but only one beer

The Steam Whistle Brewery in Toronto has adopted a strategy that is highly unusual for a craft brewery – it makes just one single type of beer, and a bottom-fermented pilsner type at that, which the company markets as Canada’s Premium Pilsner.

Mammoth bottle washer

The investment made by Molson Coors Canada in one of the biggest bottle washers ever built by Krones creates a potential for very substantial savings, and will pay off very quickly.

Beer on wheels

For the time being, three different beers are being brewed (Red Truck Ale, Red Truck Lager, Red Truck India Pale Ale) as well as a succession of speciality beers, like Porter and Belgian Blonde Ale.

Coruscatingly creative

Within just two and a half years, the Parallel 49 Brewing Company in Vancouver has rocketed from zero to an annual output of 20,000 hectolitres.

A new dimension

Diageo’s new brewhouse is a record-breaker. Firstly, there’s the sheer size of the vessels, with brews measuring up to 1,000 hectolitres.

Storage tanks (f)lying down

In the course of its history, Augustiner-Bräu has weathered a lot of expansions

Cacaolat has been saved!

“Salvem el Cacaolat!” The Catalan government’s urgent call for help “Let’s save Cacaolat!”

Kloud: a third major player

Using top-notch German brewing technology

Volcanic water

The state-owned mineral water producer Jeju on the eponymous island off the Korean coast owns South Korea’s most successful brand of water: Jeju Samdasoo, the market leader almost from the very beginning.

Doubled dynamics

The Petrópolis Group builds two new breweries in Brazil, with a capacity of twelve million hectolitres

Tyrol’s earliest brewery, latest state of the art

The brewing rights for the Zillertal Bier GmbH company were bestowed back in 1500. Since mid-2013, it has been making its beer in Zell am Ziller, Austria, exclusively in its newly built brewhouse from Steinecker.

Turning off the oil

No more invoices for heating oil.

Energy in cans

Two entrepreneurs who have been successfully selling contract-filled energy drinks and other “smart beverages”, especially abroad, have purchased the Überkinger company, one of Germany’s most tradition-steeped mineral water bottlers.

Transformed over the weekend

With production still ongoing, Norway’s biggest dairy company TINE changed its palletising operation at TINE Meieriet Oslo for products from six filling lines over to a new palletising centre – without a single hitch.

No compromises

The Schussenrieder Brewery is modernising its brewing facility in the spa of Bad Schussenried step by step.

Franconia frankly beats France

8,000 bottles an hour on a mere 240 square metres.

Drastic makeover

A few years ago, Åbro Bryggeri achieved a stunning turnaround by drastically revamping both its product range and distribution channels, and introducing new forms of packaging. This got the company back on course for becoming a flourishing model brewery.

Brewing for enjoyment

A spectacular location, a great idea, and brilliant beer. Little Creatures, headquartered in Fremantle, has since the turn of the century been driving forward the craft beer movement in Australia.

A pride of lions

Compared to this project, building a new brewery on a greenfield site would appear to be a almost a simple matter. But “The Pride” multi-beverage plant of New Zealand’s Lion food and beverage conglomerate was unlike any other project in many respects.

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