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Base Currency: Euro
on June 27, 2018
Base Currency: US Dollar
on June 27, 2018
      1 EUR = 1.1672 USD
1 EUR = 0.8816 GBP
1 EUR = 1.5549 CAD
1 EUR = 1.5778 AUD
1 EUR = 127.9500 JPY
1 EUR = 4.4051 BRL
1 EUR = 73.4087 RUB
1 EUR = 7.6749 CNY
      1 USD = 0.8564 EUR
1 USD = 0.7547 GBP
1 USD = 1.3301 CAD
1 USD = 1.3512 AUD
1 USD = 109.7800 JPY
1 USD = 3.7790 BRL
1 USD = 62.7908 RUB
1 USD = 6.5652 CNY

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June 27, 2018
French Barley/Malt
Crop 2017
2RS Malting Barley (FOB Creil) 176.50-178.50 up0.57%
6RW Malting Barley (FOB Creil) 167.00-169.00 -
2RS Malt (FOB Antwerp) 376.00-378.00 up0.33%
6RW Malt (FOB Antwerp) 364.50-366.50 -
Feed Barley (FOB Creil) 163.00-165.00down1.20%
French Barley/Malt
Crop 2018
2RS Malting Barley (FOB Creil) 192.50-194.50 up0.52%
6RW Malting Barley (FOB Creil) 170.00-172.00 up0.59%
2RS Malt (FOB Antwerp) 390.00-392.00 up0.32%
6RW Malt (FOB Antwerp) 362.50-364.50 up0.34%
Feed Barley (FOB Creil) nq 
German Malting Barley
Crop 2018
Ex Farm
Average Malting Barley Price nq  
Danish Malting Barley
Crop 2017
Free on truck
Ex Farm
Malting Barley (East) 1,234.00-1,236.00 -
Malting Barley (West) 1,234.00-1,236.00 -
Danish Malting Barley
Crop 2018
Free on truck
Ex Farm
Malting Barley (East) 1,404.00-1,406.00 up3.69%
Malting Barley (West) 1,404.00-1,406.00 up3.69%
Canadian Barley/Malt
Crop 2017
2-Row Malting Barley, bulk, truck/railcar, Winnipeg 336.00-338.00 -
2-Row Malting Barley, bulk in store, Vancouver 355.00-357.00 -
6-Row Malting Barley, bulk, truck/railcar, Winnipeg nq  
2-Row Malt, bulk, truck/railcar, Winnipeg nq  
2-Row Malt, bulk in store, Vancouver nq  
6-Row Malt, bulk, truck/railcar, Winnipeg nq  
Feed Barley, basis Lethbridge 255.00-257.00 -
Feed Barley, basis Winnipeg 255.00-257.00 -
Feed Barley, bulk in store, Vancouver 318.00-320.00 -
US Barley
Crop 2017
2-Row Malting Barley, bulk, railcar Great Falls, Montana 180.00-182.00 -
6-Row Malting Barley, bulk, railcar Minneapolis, Minnesota nq  
Feed Barley, basis Great Falls, Montana 148.00-150.00 -
Feed Barley, basis Minneapolis, Minnesota 129.00-131.00 -
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Top Industry News

Brewery news Latvia: Latvian brewers hope rest of year won’t be as bad as it seems now ...Click here
Brewery news China: Tsingtao remains China’s No. 1 beer by brand value in 2018 ...Click here

Hops news Germany: Hop acreage up by about 3% this year ...Click here

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Malt news Russia: New malting plant in Novosibirsk to be ready by second half of this year ...Click here
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Brewery news UK: Food wholesalers start to ration beer and cider supplies due to CO2 shortage ...Click here
Brewery news UK: A group of monks starts to brew UK’s first Trappist beer ...Click here
Brewery news Norway: Historic brewery in Drammen runs out of CO2 and halts production ...Click here
Brewery news India: Vijay Mallya seeks approval to sell frozen assets to settle bank dues ...Click here

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Table of the week

UK Unroasted Malt Exports 1995 - April 2018

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Scientific Digest


Hops have to be treated with pesticides, otherwise a supply of sufficient quantity and quality is unrealistic. Also the development in detection methods has lead to increasingly low detection limits. Together with the Team of HVG, Barth-Haas experts looked into the transfer rates of hop pesticides from hops into beer with different hopping loads. Pesticides show a wide range from zero to good solubility in beer with transfer rates from hops to beer ranging from 10% to 82%. These levels were found in kettle hopped and dry hopped beers, meaning that there is no significant reduction of pesticides from wort to beer. The Federal Institute for Risk Assessment (BfR) sets maximum residue levels (MRLs) and confirms that there is no danger for consumers.


Forster,A.: Kugel, R: Transfer of pesticides from hops into beer P.3.11 at 13th Trends in Brewing, April 2018, Ghent
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These Days in Business History

25 June
1919 - 1st advanced monoplane airliner flight (Junkers F13)
1920 - League of Nations places International head of Justice in Hague

26 June
1498 - Toothbrush invented
1919 - N.Y. Daily News begins publishing

27 June
1820 - 1st edition of newspaper "Courrier de la Meuse" published"
1922 - Alan Peacock is born, economist
2013 - NASA launches the Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph, a space probe to observe the Sun


June 2018:
06-09: Mondial de la Biere 2018 (Montreal, Canada)
07-08: The Brewers of Europe Forum 2018 (Brussels, Belgium)

10-13: ASBC Malt Flavor and Aroma Symposium 2018 (Roseville, MN, USA)
20-22: Sea Brew 2018 (Manila, Philippines)
29-01 July: Mondial de la Biere 2018 (Paris, France)

August 2018:
03-05: The 22nd International Berlin Beer Festival (Berlin, Germany)
07-11: The Great British Beer Festival 2018 (London, UK)
08-11: Vietfood & Beverage 2018 (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)
10-11: Beervana 2018 (Wellington, New Zealand)
12-15: Brewing Summit 2018 (San Diego, USA)

September 2018:
04-06: food & drink technology Africa (fdt Africa) (Johannesburg, South Africa)
12-14: 6th International Symposium for Young Scientists and Technologists in Malting, Brewing and Distilling (Bittburg/Trier, Germany)
20-22: The Great American Beer Festival 2018 (Denver, USA)
22-07 October: Oktoberfest 2018 (Munich, Germany)
24-26: 9th Iberoamerican VLB Symposium 2018 (Recife, Brazil)

October 2018:
23-26: China Brew China Beverage 2018 (Shanghai, China)
24-26: drink technology India 2018 (Mumbai, India)

November 2018:
13-15: Brau Beviale 2018 (Nuremberg, Germany)

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Malt newsRussia: New malting plant in Novosibirsk to be ready by second half of this year
The Novosibirsk Brewing Company intends to finish the construction of its new malting plant in the second half of 2018, a press-release by the ...More info on site

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Brewery newsLatvia: Latvian brewers hope rest of year won’t be as bad as it seems now
For Latvian breweries, the Midsummer festival brings a lot of extra revenue as the brew heralded in festival songs prompts even those who typically ...More info on site

Brewery newsChina: Tsingtao remains China’s No. 1 beer by brand value in 2018
China’s beer production rose less than 1 percent during the first half of 2017, the National Bureau of Statistics reported. Beer was one of ...More info on site

Brewery news China: Beer sales spike during World Cup
Beer orders placed on Chinese food delivery apps and the country’s leading e-commerce websites have surged during this year’s World Cup, The Drinks Business reported on June 25.

Orders placed on Meituan, a popular Chinese food delivery app, jumped by 40% in the 15 minutes before the start of the first World Cup match between Russia and Saudi Arabia, wrote SCMP. Other takeout food including crayfish and tonic soups had also seen sharp increases.

The app is promising 24-hour food delivery during World Cup that runs from 14 June to 15 July. Other similar apps including Alibaba’s Ele.me and Hema supermarkets are also rolling out similar promotions. Ele.me received beer orders from 150,000 users on the first night of the World Cup, up 167% compared with the same period last year.

On the group’s retail platform Tmall, its daily beer sales reached 1.3 million bottles on 17 May ahead of the game, wrote China Daily. The majority of the buyers were restaurants and pubs.

In fact, beer sales started to pick up weeks ahead of the football tournament and share prices for major local beer brands such as Yanjing Beer, Chongqing Beer, Lanzhou Huanghe and Pearl River Beer also rose in anticipation of strong ...More info on site

Brewery news UK: Food wholesalers start to ration beer and cider supplies due to CO2 shortage
A massive shortage of food-grade carbon dioxide (CO2) has ratcheted up fears of disruption to Europe’s meat and fizzy drink supplies, CNBC reported on June 27.

A shortfall of CO2 in Europe comes at a time of excitement over the World Cup soccer tournament and amid peak season for summer barbecues. The ill-timed crisis has subsequently prompted several big name producers in the food and drinks industry to warn consumers of major shortages over the coming weeks.

The trade journal Gas World — which was the first to report on an EU-wide shortage of CO2 earlier this month — described it as the “worst supply situation to hit the European carbon dioxide business in decades.”

One of the largest sources of EU food-grade CO2 has traditionally come from major ammonia plants. But at least five gas producers in Northern Europe began a planned shutdown during the early summer months to resolve maintenance issues.

Meanwhile, a number of other EU bio-ethanol plants — which provide an alternative source of CO2 — also went offline for summer repair work. The U.K. was thought to be the hardest hit by the closures, with only one major CO2 plant seen to be operating at present.

The clear, odorless gas ...More info on site

Brewery news UK: A group of monks starts to brew UK’s first Trappist beer
A group of merry monks have become the first in the UK to brew their own Trappist beer, TLE reported on June 26.

The powerful 7.4 per cent proof ale has been crafted by monks at Mount St Bernard Abbey near Whitwick, Leics.

The ale, named Tynt Meadow after the field where the monastery has been since 1835, will be sold at selected bars and bottle shops next month.

Monks started production in March and head brewer Father Michael describes the beer as “an English ale with English ingredients, but with a definite Trappist style to it.”

The original recipe for the beer brewed at the monastery was lost over time but the monks have worked closely with other Trappist groups to create a classic ‘table beer’.

According to the monks, Tynt Meadow is, “mahogany-coloured, with a subtle, warm red hue, and a lasting beige head. Its aroma carries hints of dark chocolate, liquorice, and rich fruit flavours.

“The beer is full-bodied, gently balancing the taste of dark chocolate, pepper and fig. It leaves a warm and dry finish on the palate.”

It’s brewed with English hops and barley, using an English strain of yeast and twice-fermented, first in a tank, and then in the bottle.

Last year ...More info on site

Brewery news Norway: Historic brewery in Drammen runs out of CO2 and halts production
Norway’s historic family-owned brewery Aass in Drammen has run out of the liquid carbon dioxide (CO2) it needs to produce beer and other carbonated soft drinks. Several other breweries are also running short because of a shortage in Northern Europe of the ingredient that makes drinks bubbly, NewsInEnglish.no reported on June 27.

Petter Nome, head of Norway’s trade association for breweries and bottlers, told state broadcaster that Aass in Drammen was just one of those facing serious production problems. “If the breweries don’t receive deliveries (of CO2) before the weekend, they’ll run out,” Nome said, adding that will quickly be noticeable at retailers, bars and restaurants that will run out of carbonated drinks.

“We probably won’t get any CO2 for a week,” Christian Aass og Aass Bryggeri told NRK. Local producer and distributor Praxair Norge said the CO2 shortage, which also threatens a major water treatment plant in Oslo, was so acute that it had to priortize customers that need CO2 within health care, animal welfare and security.

Brewery news India: Vijay Mallya seeks approval to sell frozen assets to settle bank dues
Fugitive Indian businessman Vijay Mallya has sought court approvals to sell some frozen assets worth Rs13,900cr in a fresh attempt to settle bank dues owed by his now-defunct Kingfisher Airlines, Indiainfoline reported on June 26.

Mallya and United Breweries Holdings (UBHL) filed an application before a court in the southern state of Karnataka seeking permission to repay creditors from the proceeds of the sale on June 22, according to a statement on June 26.

“I respectfully say that I have made and continue to make every effort, in good faith, to settle with the public sector banks,” Mallya, who now lives in the UK, said in the statement. “If politically motivated extraneous factors interfere, there is nothing that I can do.”

Mallya, 62, is fighting numerous lawsuits in the UK and his native country over fraud and money-laundering allegations after Indian lenders, under pressure from regulators to recover money from defaulters, have gone after the flamboyant former billionaire for an unpaid debt of around Rs9,300cr owed by his carrier that was grounded in 2012. Indian authorities have also desperately sought his extradition from the UK.

HopsHops News Hops

Hops newsGermany: Hop acreage up by about 3% this year
According to official data, total hop acreage in Germany has risen by approx. 600 ha (+ 3%) and is around 20,000 ha now, HVG ...More info on site

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