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.
In the course of its history, Augustiner-Bräu has weathered a lot of expansions
“Salvem el Cacaolat!” The Catalan government’s urgent call for help “Let’s save Cacaolat!”
Using top-notch German brewing technology
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.
The Petrópolis Group builds two new breweries in Brazil, with a capacity of twelve million hectolitres
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.
No more invoices for heating oil.
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.
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.
The Schussenrieder Brewery is modernising its brewing facility in the spa of Bad Schussenried step by step.
8,000 bottles an hour on a mere 240 square metres.
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.
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.
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.