Usually when you want to describe a brewery, you do this by listing the types of beer it brews, by giving details of its logo or perhaps naming its hometown.
Why buy a new, urgently needed returnable-glass bottling line when in another of the group’s facilities there’s a line that’s not used?
Right in the heart of Peru’s rain forest, in Pucallpa, the Cervecería San Juan brewery has since 1975 been making its beers for the people living in this huge sparsely populated jungle region.
“We want to do the right thing” – and this is what the monastic community indeed endeavours to do, not least with the Trappistenbrauerei Koningshoeven affiliated to the abbey.
The Paulaner Brauerei has been brewing its world-famous beers at the Nockherberg facility in Munich’s Au district for more than 380 years now.
A yellow star on a red background: Estrella Damm is the well-known main brand of the Damm Group, sold primarily along the entire Spanish coast of the Mediterranean.
In Hochdorf in the Swiss canton of Lucerne, the Ramseier Suisse AG company operates the country’s largest independent brewery.
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.
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
Using top-notch German brewing technology
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.
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.
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.
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.
For many decades now, Nigerian Breweries Plc. (NB) has been the undisputed top dog in Nigeria’s beer market. Founded in the 1940’s as a joint venture involving Heineken, the group is progressing its vigorous expansion.
SABMiller is still going strong in Africa. It was in 2008 when the brewing conglomerate gained its first foothold in Nigeria, the continent’s second-biggest beer market.
Craft beer in cans? Yes, it really does work. Abita Brewery is one of the USA’s first craft breweries to serve the market with this packaging variant, produced on a completely new filling line able to handle both glass bottles and cans.
Manned spacecraft are no longer launched here. But the demand for craft-brewed beer from the Florida Beer Company is soaring.
Mike Stevens and Dave Engbers found that their day jobs left them dissatisfied, so the two home brewers decided to turn their pipe dream of brewing beer for a living into a reality.
A new brewery building like this one hasn’t been seen in Germany for years, if not decades.
The Augustiner Brewery in Munich has joined forces with the Faculty of Food Packaging Technology at TUM and Krones AG, to put in place a responsively customised, full-coverage IT solution.
EquiTherm - More than 20 per cent less primary energy
CombiCube B for breweries with an annual output of up to 150,000 hectolitres – this is the latest innovation developed at Krones’ Steinecker facility, enabling mid-tier breweries to benefit from »Technology made by Steinecker«.
Since the beginning of 2011, Evoguard has had a reference second to none: the world’s oldest brewery, the renowned Weihenstephan Bavarian State Brewery, ordered the new series of valves as part of its storage capacity expansion and automation project.