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17 May - 19 May 2006
Crop 2005
2rs Barley €116.00-118.00   
6rw Barley €104.00-106.00   
2rs Malt €246.50-248.50   
6rw Malt €231.00-233.00   
Crop 2006
2rs Barley €115.50-117.50   
6rw Barley €105.00-107.00   
2rs Malt €241.50-243.50   
6rw Malt €227.50-229.50   

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May 17 - May 19, 2006

Quote of the week

"If the beer bothers you while you work, stop working."
French Proverb

Currency Rates
Base Currency: Euro, EUR
on 19-May-2006

1 EUR = 1.2776 USD
1 EUR = 0.6774 GBP
1 EUR = 1.4266 CAD
1 EUR = 1.6768 AUD
1 EUR = 141.595 JPY
1 EUR = 2.8172 BRL
1 EUR = 34.5473 RUB
1 EUR = 10.2468 CNY
Base Currency: US Dollar
on 19- May-2006

1 USD = 0.7828 EUR
1 USD = 0.5303 GBP
1 USD = 1.1166 CAD
1 USD = 1.3123 AUD
1 USD = 110.837 JPY
1 USD = 2.205 BRL
1 USD = 27.0397 RUB
1 USD = 8.0201 CNY


Equities of the Largest Breweries

Top Industry News
USA: InBev USA sells Rolling Rock brands to Anheuser Busch... Click here

Sweden & USA: Anheuser-Busch blocks Czech brewer from using Budweiser in Sweden... Click here

Australia & New Zealand: Lion Nathan announces record interim result... Click here

UK & South Africa: SABMiller plc releases preliminary IFRS results... Click here

Russia: Ochakovo increases exports by 16% in the first quarter 2006... Click here

Thailand: Thai beer brewer launches up to 1.1 billion dollar IPO in Singapore... Click here

China: Kingway plans $50 million brewery in China's Chengdu... Click here

USA: Barley supply is expected to be down from last year... Click here

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USA: Sierra Nevada named ‘Official Beer Sponsor’ of Kawasaki AMA Superbike Showdown ... More Info

UK: Scottish & Newcastle completes the acquisition of Foster’s brand ... More Info

South Africa: SABMiller may announce little changed solid profit ... More Info

USA: Glarus Brewing Co breaks ground on a new plant ... More Info

Croatia: Carlsberg rises 2006 first quarter sales by 12% ... More Info

Canada: Lakeport Brewing appoints Trudell interim CFO ... More Info

USA: City Brewing Co. reconsiders buying Memphis plant ... More Info

Thailand: Singha Corp. gets the most beautiful ambassador for Singha beer ... More Info

UK: Scottish & Newcastle reloads "The Biggest Round" ... More Info

Australia: Foster's wins state sustainable industries awards ... More Info

USA: Denver brewer makes controversial label ... More Info

Spain: Forecast of the 2006-2007 barley production ... More Info

USA: Tennessee stores to card all beer buyers ... More Info

USA: Gordon Biersch Brewery sets IPO at 4.17 million shares ... More Info

Ukraine: Ministry proposes to reduce price for spirit/alcohol drinks production licenses ... More Info

Turkey: Efes Group announces dividend distribution ... More Info

Canada: Molson Coors pushes brand power in drive to dominant role in global beer market ... More Info

USA: New microbrewery unveils new beer ... More Info

Denmark: Carlsberg to expect much from the emerging markets ... More Info

Sierra Leone: Sierra Leone Brewery Limited restructures its operations ... More Info

USA: SABMiller shares struggle despite in-line results ... More Info

Serbia and Montenegro: Carlsberg invests EUR 10 million ... More Info

USA: Scientists found out hops improve growth rate of broiler chicks ... More Info

Brewery News
USA: InBev USA sells Rolling Rock brands to Anheuser Busch

InBev USA , a subsidiary of InBev and Anheuser-Busch jointly announced May 19 the sale of the Rolling Rock family of brands. The purchase price was $82 million dollars (USD) for the U.S. and worldwide rights to Rolling Rock and Rock Green Light.

Anheuser-Busch acquires the Rolling Rock brands and recipes with this transaction and will now start to work with the existing Rolling Rock wholesaler network and Anheuser-Busch wholesalers to define plans for the future. Anheuser‑Busch will begin brewing Rolling Rock and Rock Green Light in August using the brands’ same time-honoured recipes, maintaining Rolling Rock’s craftsmanship and heritage that its fans expect and appreciate. Internationally, Rolling Rock will continue to be sold in the United Kingdom and Ireland.

The decision to sell the Rolling Rock brands was based on InBev’s strategic approach to the U.S. market, which is to focus on the high-growth import brands in its portfolio. InBev’s sales and marketing efforts are aimed at maximizing the potential of its leading imported beers, including Stella Artois, Bass Pale Ale, Beck’s, Brahma and Labatt Blue, and on its strength as the U.S. leader in imported draught beer.

InBev plans to sell its brewery in Latrobe, Penn., separately to focus ...
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Sweden & USA: Anheuser-Busch blocks Czech brewer from using Budweiser in Sweden

The Supreme Court of Sweden found no reason to hear an appeal filed by Czech brewer Budejovicky Budvar, ending a seven-year-old trademark dispute with Anheuser-Busch, the American brewer released May 16.

The decision preserves the lower court ruling providing for Anheuser-Busch's exclusive "Budweiser" trademark rights in Sweden.

In January, the Svea Court of Appeals, guided by a 2005 World Trade Organization panel's decision, ruled that geographic indications protected in Europe cannot be used in translation if they interfere with prior or existing trademarks. The court ordered Budejovicky Budvar to stop using "Budweiser Budvar" on its labels, packaging and advertising.

"Since Anheuser-Busch first began brewing Budweiser in 1876, we have made significant investments in developing the brand throughout the world," said Stephen J. Burrows, president and chief executive officer, Anheuser-Busch International, Inc.

"The final outcome in Sweden is significant because it recognizes Anheuser-Busch as the rightful owner of the Budweiser name, one we first registered 17 years before Budejovicky Budvar was founded."

The trademark dispute in Sweden began in 1999 after Anheuser-Busch successfully registered "Budweiser." Anheuser-Busch has national registrations for "Budweiser" or "Bud" in 21 of 25 European Union countries and sells 31 percent of its international beer volume in that European region.

"This dispute ...
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Australia & New Zealand: Lion Nathan announces record interim result

Lion Nathan Ltd., Australia's second- biggest brewer, said May 18 its first-half earnings rose 10 percent on demand for more-profitable premium beers such as Heineken and Tooheys Extra Dry.

Net income rose to A$148.9 million ($113 million), or 27.9 cents a share, in the six months ended March 31 from A$135.4 million, or 25.3 cents a year earlier, Sydney-based Lion Nathan said in a statement.

Chief Executive Officer Rob Murray will spend more promoting beers such as Beck's and XXXX Gold and overhauling plants to cut costs as growth in the beer market slows and the cost of ingredients such as sugar rises. The shares rose after the company said it will return A$380 million to investors through a buyback and special dividend.

“They've got to support their core brands in Australia and promote their strengths to maintain growth,'' said Grant Saligari, an analyst at Commonwealth Securities Ltd. in Sydney, who rates Lion Nathan “accumulate.'' “The result was solid and the capital management surprise has really enhanced it.''

Lion Nathan shares rose 2.6 percent to A$8.41 at the 4:15 p.m. market close in Sydney May 18, extending this year's gain to 10 percent. On the same day, the benchmark S&P/ASX ...
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UK & South Africa: SABMiller plc releases preliminary IFRS results

SABMiller plc announced May 18 its preliminary (unaudited) IFRS results for the year to 31 March 2006. The group highlighted a US $15.307 million revenue, which reflects a 19% year-to-year increment from US $12.901 million in 2005. The EBITA is situated at US $2.941 million (+23%). Profit before tax (including net exceptional credits of US $415 million in prior year) amounted US $2.453 million (+4%).

Group lager volumes are up 19% to 176 million hectolitres (hl), with an organic growth of 5%

“This was another year of good growth in volumes, margins and earnings reflecting the growth profile that the group has built over the years. Our track record reflects well-judged acquisitions and investments, successful integration and subsequent operational improvements,” chairman Meyer Kahn stated.

“It was also a year of strategic progress for the group as it completed the initial turnaround of Miller notwithstanding the challenging market conditions. The group has continued to improve its access to long term growth markets, establishing a major new platform in South America through the Bavaria transaction, whilst making further significant investments in China, India and Vietnam.

SABMiller now has a stronger global portfolio of businesses and brands. Looking forward a key focus will be on ...
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Russia: Ochakovo increases exports by 16% in the first quarter 2006

Moscow's Ochakovo Brewery, one of the major producers of beer and other beverages in Russia, exported almost $400,000 worth of products in the first quarter of 2006, up 16.2% year- on-year, Interfax communicated May 17.

The growth is mainly attributable to an increase in sales of Ochakovo kvas (a lightly fermented traditional beverage) and Kutskova vodka in the United States. The company began selling kvas in aluminum cans in the U.S. in September 2005 and managed to sell more than 15,000 liters of kvas in the first quarter. As a result, Ochakovo's partner in the U.S. extended its contract with Ochakovo and agreed to begin distributing kvas in two-liter bottles. This could result in more than 300,000 liters of kvas being sold in so-called Russian stores in the U.S. by the end of 2006, the company said.

Sales of Kutskova vodka, which appeared on the North American market five years ago, almost doubled in the first quarter of 2006. The Kutskova bottle was specially redesigned for the U.S. market this year and the vodka is now sold in 1.75-liter bottles.

Beer accounted for 73% of overall exports in the first quarter, Ochakovo kvas - 14.5% and strong and low-alcoholic drinks - 12.5%.

In the ...
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Thailand: Thai beer brewer launches up to 1.1 billion dollar IPO in Singapore

Brewer Thai Beverage PCL, whose plan for a share sale at home in Bangkok was blocked by buddhist monks, on May 19 launched a $1.1 billion Singapore IPO which could make it Southeast Asia's biggest listed brewer, Reuters reports.

Thai Beverage, whose Beer Chang and Mekhong whisky are top sellers in Thailand, said it will stick to its initial price range of S$0.26-S$0.36 per share, which some say is on the pricey side given current market conditions.

This week's global share price slide led ING Investment Management Asia Pacific to scrap a planned equity fund IPO while Pacific Shipping Trust revised down its IPO price.

Thai Beverage is offering 4.89 billion shares, which would value the IPO at as much as S$1.76 billion ($1.12 billion) and make it Singapore's biggest IPO since the S$4.2 billion ($2.68 billion) flotation of Singapore Telecommunications Ltd. , Southeast Asia's largest phone firm, in 1993.

Thai Beverage has 60 percent of the Thai beer market and 74 percent of the spirits market in the country of 63 million.

It wants to add to its three breweries and 16 distilleries to drive further sales in neighbouring Cambodia and Laos.

Ueychai Tantha-Obhas, Thai Beverage senior vice president, ...
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China: Kingway plans $50 million brewery in China's Chengdu

Kingway Brewery Holdings Ltd., Dutch brewer Heineken N.V.'s partner in China, plans to invest US$50 million to build a brewery and develop a beer-making business in Chengdu in China's central province of Sichuan, Reuters reported May 19.

The Chinese brewer said in a related the brewery, which would be constructed in the Chengdu Hi-tech Industrial Development Zone in Chengdu City, would commence production in the second half of 2007 and the company would fund the investment by internal resources and bank loans.

Shares of Kingway have risen 5.3 percent over the past month to end at HK$3.45 on May 18. (US$=HK$7.8)

Barley News
USA: Barley supply is expected to be down from last year

USA barley production will decrease 7 Million bushels (about 152.4 thousand metric t) in 2006/07, according to the USDA Economic Research Service “Feed Outlook” released May 16.

The 2006/07 barley crop is projected at 205 million bushels (about 5,433 thousand metric t) compared with 212 million (about 4,615.7 thousand metric t) the previous year. This decrease comes from a 69,000-acre decrease in harvested area, which is projected at 3.2 million acres in 2006/07. A 0.7-bushel per-acre yield decrease, now projected at 64.1 bushels per acre, also contributes to the decline.

Forecasted barley planted area is based on the March Prospective Plantings report, and harvested area comes from the 2000-2005 average relationship between harvested and planted area (excluding 2002). Barley yield comes from 1960-2005 trend yields, adjusted for rounding.

Barley beginning stocks are 105 million bushels, down from 128 million bushels in 2005/06. Imports for 2006/07 are forecast at 15 million bushels, up 10 million from a year earlier. Total supply is 325 million bushels, down from 345 million bushels.

On the use side, feed and residual use, and exports are projected to decrease in 2006/07. Food, seed, and industrial use is unchanged at 155 million bushels, as domestic beer demand is thought to ...
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Scientific Digest
The effect of storage conditions on post-harvest maturation and maltability of barley
Rainer Reuss1, Julie Cassells, Jane Green, Tracy Willis1, Ralph Nischwitz 1 CSIRO, GPO Box 1700, Canberra, ACT, 2601. Julie.Cassells@csiro.au. www.csiro.au. 2 Barrett Burston Malting Co., 15 Gough Street, Richmond, Victoria 3121 nischwitz@bbmalt.com.au

Storage conditions have a major influence on the rate at which dormancy breakdown occurs. The rate of breakdown depends mainly on grain moisture content, storage temperature, storage time and the characteristics of individual batches of barley. Data presented in this paper are a significant addition to the existing knowledge on post harvest maturation of Australian malting barley. Germination of Gairdner and Sloop increased at low moisture content (mc) at storage temperatures above 20oC, as water sensitivity progressively broke down. In contrast, Grimmett germination declined under similar conditions. Stirling was very robust and maintained its germination even under high temperature storage, while Tallon had to be stored below 25°C to prevent loss in barley quality. Samples with high water sensitivity and dormancy were less vulnerable to germination loss. Dormancy and water sensitivity could be overcome by matching storage conditions and barley characteristics. Gairdner, Sloop and Stirling, all samples with some level of dormancy and water sensitivity, showed improved maltability after storage, while Tallon and Grimmett, samples with high pre-storage germination, decreased in maltability under most storage conditions. Longer term storage under mild conditions generally resulted in better malting outcomes. Storage affected Kohlbach index, wort b-glucan, diastatic power and apparent attenuation limit of malt. Changes in germination and maltability need to be considered in combination to develop optimum storage strategies for breaking dormancy and water sensitivity. In dormant grain, enzyme activity of a-amylase and b-glucanase changed with storage, while b-amylase measurements showed no clear trends. Enzyme activity decreased at higher mc and temperatures concurrent with germination loss. Changes in enzyme activity were highly sample-dependent. An understanding of the vulnerability of particular cultivars to damage in storage will assist in increasing and preserving value. Barley with pronounced levels of dormancy and/or water sensitivity can be safely stored at 25° to 30°C for short periods to increase germination. Care must be taken to monitor germination during storage, and moisture content should be kept at or below 12%. Dormant barley stored at low temperatures may not reach malting quality, even over a 12 month period. Key Words: Storage, germination, malting, amylase, glucanase, dormancy, water sensitivity
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Malting barley prices. French barley prices.
Nominal prices.

EURO = USD 1.2776 May 19, 2006 
 Crop year   2005   2006 
 Parity   FOB Creil   FOB Creil 
 Position   July 2005   July 2006 
Type   Variety  EURO  USD  EURO  USD 
2RS  Scarlett  122.00  156.00  119.00  152.50 
2RS  Prestige  118.00  151.00  118.00  151.00 
2RS  Cellar  116.50  149.00  116.00  148.50 
2RS  Sebastien  116.00  148.50  115.50  147.50 
2RS  Astoria  115.00  147.00  115.50  147.50 
2RS  Cork   114.00  146.00  115.00  147.00 
6RW  Esterel   105.00  134.50  106.00  135.50 
Theoretical malt prices.
  EURO = USD 1.2776 May 19, 2006 
Crop year  2005 
Parity  FOB Antwerp 
Position  May 2006-Sept 2006 
Conditioning  Bulk   In bags  Bulk containers Bags, containers
Malting barley variety  EURO  USD  EURO  USD  EURO  USD  EURO  USD 
2RS  Scarlett  253.50  324.00  268.00  342.50  268.00  342.50  282.50  361.00 
2RS  Prestige  249.00  318.00  263.00  336.00  263.00  336.00  277.50  354.50 
2RS  Cellar  247.00  315.50  261.50  333.50  261.50  334.00  275.50  352.50 
2RS  Sebastien  246.50  314.50  260.50  333.00  260.50  333.00  275.00  351.50 
2RS  Astoria  245.00  313.00  259.50  331.50  259.50  331.50  274.00  350.00 
2RS  Cork   244.00  311.50  258.00  330.00  258.50  330.00  272.50  348.50 
2RS   Average price  247.50  316.00  261.50  334.50  262.00  334.50  276.50  353.00 
6RW  Esterel   232.00  297.50  247.00  315.50  247.00  315.50  261.50  334.00 
Asia Malt 70/30  243.00  310.50  257.50  328.50  257.50  329.00  272.00  347.50 
**  Asia Malt 50/50  240.00  306.50  254.50  325.00  254.50  325.00  269.00  343.50 

NB: Prices published are theoretical malt prices including financial cost, THC (for bulk and bags container) and all administrative costs. This prices may fluctuate according to the quantity per delivery and technical specifications.

* - 70/30 = 70% Average two Rows Spring and 30% Six Rows Winter
** - 50/50 = 50% Average two Rows Spring and 50% Six Rows Winter

Theoretical malt prices for crop 2006 are available on site www.e-malt.com/MarketPrices

Table of the week


in 1.000tons Malt Capacity on 01/01/2006 Estimated Malt Production Barley Demand Supply Spring malting barley Supply Winter malting barley Net Plus/Minus
Belgium  736  700  875  25  6rw 1,150 2rw 350  -850 
France  1255  1200  1500  1600  2rw 50  +1600 
Germany  2082  1800  2250  1300  ­ -900 
Ireland  128  120  150  200  ­  +50 
Netherlands  345  300  375  250  ­  -125 
United Kingdom  1473  1350  1685  1300  2rw 600  +215 
Total Northwest  6019  5470  6835  4675  2150  -10 
Denmark  277  260  325  1250  ­  +925 
Finland  172  150  185  150  ­  -35 
Lithuania  82  80  100  150  ­  +50 
Poland  305  300  375  200  ­  -175 
Sweden  170  150  185  225  ­  +40 
Total Baltic  1006  940  1170  1975  ­  +805 
Austria  150  150  190  170  ­  -20 
Czech Republic  515  500  625  800  ­  +175 
Hungary  133  100  125  75  ­  -50 
Slovakia  259  250  310  300  ­  -10 
Total Southeast  1057  1000  1250  1345  ­  +95 
Greece  45  45  55  ­  ­  -55 
Italy  70  55  70  30  ­  -40 
Portugal  82  75  95  ­  ­  -95 
Spain  488  450  560  500  ­  -60 
Total Mediterranean  685  625  780  530  ­  -250 
NET TOTAL  8767  8035  10035  8525  2150  +640 

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Graph of the week

NB: A big part of French malt exported to Belgium is re-exported to overseas markets through Antwerp harbor.

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May 19th 1885
First mass production of shoes (Jan Matzeliger in Lynn MA)

May 19th 1896
First auto (Benz) to arrive in Netherlands

May 20th 1930
First airplane catapulted from a dirigible (Charles Nicholson, pilot)

May 20th 1959
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May 21st 1819
First bicycles (swift walkers) in US introduced in NYC

May 21st 1925
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May 2006:
10th Annual Boonville Beer Festival
BIG BREW National Homebrew Day website
Great Japan Beer Festival
Beer Baron's World of Beer
TwinTrack Brewing Microbiology Program
Rugby Beer Festival
Australian International Beer Awards Beer Festival
Long Island Beer Festival Hundreds of beers from nearly 70 breweries
Calgary Brewfest 2006 Beer from Calgary
ALCO + SOFT International Specialized Exhibition of Drinks
Beer International Brewing Technology Exhibition
Iran food and drink tec International Food, Drink and Packaging Technology Trade
Mondial de la Biere Windsor Station & Courtyard

June 2006:
Fête de la Bière , Switzerland. Presented By: Association des Buveurs d'Orges
Brewers of Europe - General Assembly 2006 Stavanger, Norway
23rd Annual International Beer Tasting USA
Character Beer Weekend Hop 2006, Belgium
Food industry - 2006, Belarus. The 2nd international exhibition
Agro+Food+Drink+Tech Expo Georgia - 2006. The 7th International exhibition.
American Beer Fest Boston
ProPak Asia International Food and Drink Processing and Packaging Technology Exhibition
BevTech / BrewTech International Exhibition of Beverage and Brewary Processing and Packaging
For conference sponsorship opportunities
National Homebrewers Conference
Beer festival - 2006 St.Petersburg
Seattle International Beerfest , USA

July 2006:
American Beer Month July, 2006 What is American Beer Month
Qingdao International Beer Festival, China.Barley and hops and more
Olesummer Festival 2006, Estonia. The Nordic countries' largest festival
The Beer World - 2006,Saransk, Russia.The specialized exhibition
Portland International Beerfest , USA. Taste the greatest beers
Witton Castle country and western festival
Brew at the Zoo Beer Tasting and Free Food.

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