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Brewery news USA: US off-premise retailers see beer dollar sales grow in 2019 ...Click here
Brewery news USA, DC: City-State Brewing Co. breaks ground on new brewery in Northeast DC ...Click here
Brewery news USA, OR: Brewery 26 planning own production facility by spring ...Click here
Brewery news USA: AB InBev launches four new no- and low-alcohol beers ...Click here
Brewery news USA, CO: Big Trout Brewing Company to launch in Winter Park’s new transit center ...Click here
Brewery news USA, ME: Marshall Wharf Brewing Company to go up for auction later this month ...Click here
Brewery news USA, VA: Closed ShipLock Brewing’s brewing equipment and head brewer heading to Holy Mackerel Small Batch Beers ...Click here
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Brewery news Ukraine: Beer, malt output decline in 2019 ...Click here
Whisky news Japan: Distillers discontinue premium whiskies due to overwhelming demand ...Click here
Brewery news Thailand: Radical new party publishes Progressive Breweries and Distilleries Act ...Click here
Brewery news Vietnam: Heineken Asia Pacific claims exemption from $39.7 mln tax paid to Vietnam authorities ...Click here
Brewery news Belgium: AB InBev criticised for ‘by one get one free’ promo for its Jupiler lager ...Click here
Brewery news Taiwan: Taiwan Tobacco and Liquor Corporation to launch limited edition liquor and beer products to mark inauguration of President Tsai Ing-wen ...Click here
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These Days in Business History

16 January
1868 - Refrigerator car patented by William Davis, a fish dealer in Detroit
1951 - World's largest gas pipeline opens (Brownsville Tx, to 134th St, NYC)

17 January
1792 - The birthday of the dollar sign ($), as it shows up for the first time on a federal document a U.S. Treasury bond issued to George Washington
1891 - Walter Eucken, German economist is born
1917 - US pays Denmark $25 million for Virgin Islands

18 January
1840 - Electro-Magnetic Intelligencer, 1st US electrical journal, appears
1980 - Gold reaches $1,000 an oz
1989 - IBM announces earnings up 10.4% in 1988

19 January
1898 - Edward Crosby Johnson II, future founder of Fidelity Management & Research Co., is born in Milton
1938 - GM began mass production of diesel engines
1992 - IBM announces a nearly $5B loss for 1992


January 2020:
31 - 01 February: Braukunst Live! 2020 (Munich, Germany)

February 2020:
04 - 08: Great British Beer Festival Winter 2020 (Norwich, UK)
07 - 10: HoReCa 2020 (Athens, Greece)
07 - 09: Finest Spirits 2020 (Munich, Germany)
15 - 18: Beer Attraction 2020 (Rimini, Italy)

March 2020:
09 - 11: 107 Brewing and Engineering Conference 2020 (Leipzig, Germany)
11 - 15: Festival Brasileiro da Cerveja 2020 (Blumenau, Brazil)
11 - 12: BeerX 2020 (Liverpool, UK)
13 - 15: Barcelona Beer Festival 2020 (Barcelona, Spain)
16 - 20: IBD Asia Pacific Convention 2020 (Perth, Australia)
19 - 21: Korea International Beer Expo 2020 (Seoul, South Korea)
24 - 26: Modern Brewing Technologies 2020 (Moscow, Russia)
24 - 26: Beviale Moscow 2020 (Moscow, Russia)

April 2020:
01 - 02: Expo Antad & Alimentaria Mexico 2020 (Expo Guadalajara, Mexico)
03 - 04: Helsinki Beer Festival 2020 (Helsinki, Finland)
05 - 08: 14th International Trends in Brewing "Beer & Society" 2020 (Leuven, Belgium)
16 - 18: Zurich Bier Festival 2020 (Zurich, Switzerland)
19 - 22: Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America 2020 (San Antonio, Texas, USA)
25 - 26: Zythos Beer Festival 2020 (Leuven, Belgium)

May 2020:
01 - 02: Tallinn Craft Beer Weekend 2020 (Tallinn, Estonia)
05 - 07: International Beer Strategies Conference 2020 (Munich, Germany)
13 - 15: Craft Beer China 2020 (Shanghai, China)
14 - 16: Copenhagen Beer Festival 2020 (Copenhagen, Denmark)
15 - 17: Mondial de la Biere - Paris 2020 (Paris, France)
18 - 24: Budapest Beer Week 2020 (Budapest, Hungary)
19 - 21: Beer 2020 (Sochi, Russia)
21 - 24: Mondial de la Biere 2020 (Montreal, Canada)
22 - 30: Latvia Beer Festival 2020 (Riga, Latvia)
25 - 27: Africa Brewing Conference 2020 (Maputo, Mozambique)

June 2020:
03 - 04: The Brewers of Europe Forum 2020 (Antwerp, Belgium)
04 - 07: Mondial de la Biere - Sao Paulo 2020 (Sao Paulo, Brazil)
04 - 07: Wiener Bierfest 2020 (Vienna, Austria)

July 2020:
01 - 02: Craft Drinks India 2020 (Bangalore, India)
29 - 31: Beviale Mexico 2020 (Guadalajara, Mexico)

August 2020:
01 - 04: World Brewing Congress 2020 (Minneapolis, USA)
07 - 08: Beervana 2020 (Wellington, New Zealand)
13 - 15: VIETFOOD & BEVERAGE - VIETNAM 2020 (Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam)

September 2020:
03 - 07: Mondial de la Biere Rio 2020 (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
14 - 25: Craft Brewing in Practice 2020 (Berlin, Germany)
19 - 04 October: Oktoberfest 2020 (Munich, Germany)
21 - 23: 11th Ibero-American VLB Symposium 2020 (Barcelona, Spain)

October 2020:
13 - 16: China Brew & China Beverage (CBB) 2020 (Shanghai, China)
29 - 30: Sea Brew 2020 (Taipei, Taiwan)

November 2020:
10 - 12: Brau Beviale 2020 (Nuremberg, Germany)
25 - 27: Drink Japan 2020 (Tokyo, Japan)

December 2020:
09 - 11: Drink Technology India 2020 (Mumbai, India)

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News Articles

Brewery news USA: US off-premise retailers see beer dollar sales grow in 2019
Total beer dollar sales in 2019 increased to $37.2 billion in U.S. off-premise retailers, according to market research firm IRI, Brewbound reported.

The Chicago-based market research firm, which tracks category-wide sales at major off-premise retailers, reported a 5.2% increase in beer dollar sales, and a 2.3% increase in volume sales at multi-outlet and convenience (MULC) stores (grocery, drug, club, dollar, mass-merchandiser and military) through December 29.

Meanwhile, market research firm Nielsen reported that total beer, FMB and cider dollar sales in the U.S. grew 3.4%, to $39.6 billion, while volume sales increased 0.7% for the 52-week period ending December 28.

Of course, scan data only offers part of the picture — distributed beer sold in off-premise retailers such as grocery, convenience and big box stores — for a year, not factoring in on-premise dollar sales, at-the-brewery sales and other metrics such as independent liquor stores. However, the data does give insight into sales at retail by larger players.

According to IRI, seven segments — imports, domestic sub-premiums, craft, flavored malt beverages, domestic super premiums, non-alcoholic beer and assorted — increased dollar sales in 2019.

Dollar sales of FMBs, which include hard seltzers, increased 43.1%, to nearly $4 billion, while volume sales increased about 42% last ...More info on site

Brewery news USA, DC: City-State Brewing Co. breaks ground on new brewery in Northeast DC
A booming Northeast neighborhood will get a new D.C.-obsessed brewery this year, Eater DC reported on January 13.

Ambitious beer startup City-State Brewing Co. just broke ground on a 13,000-square-foot microbrewery and taproom at 705 Edgewood Street NE, with plans to start pouring by the fall. The Brookland brewery, almost three years in the making, comes from neighborhood resident and former congressional aide James Warner.

He bills his core beer list as “approachable and sophisticated,” adding “I love taking relatively simple ingredients, and making something complex.” The newly announced site, located next to the popular Metropolitan Branch Trail, sits walking distance of Metro’s Rhode Island and Brookland stops. Barred in DC and hyper-local blogger Brookland Bridge first reported the news over the weekend.

Here’s a snapshot of City-State’s opening liquid lineup:

Eight Wards Independent Pale Ale: expected to feature an ingredient representative of each part of the District The Brookland: saison Self-Determinator: German-style lager

“Each beer will tell the story of D.C. in a different way,” Warner told Eater in 2017, of his portfolio.

Warner, who worked on climate change issues and energy policy on the Hill, first fell in love with craft beer during his college days at Scotland’s University of St. Andrews. Along with home brewing ...More info on site

Brewery news USA, OR: Brewery 26 planning own production facility by spring
Brewery 26, a nanobrewery run for the past three years out of founder, owner and brewer Andy Shaw’s Northeast Portland garage, plans to expand by opening its first retail space next month, followed in the spring by a production brewery and second taproom, Oregonlive.com reported on January 12.

Shaw, whose Oregon Sun Hazy IPA won best beer at the 2018 Nano Beer Fest, says he has signed a lease to take over a former coffee house. The 25-seat taproom, at 5829 S.E. Powell Blvd., will be styled as a family-friendly neighborhood spot that will pour Brewery 26 beers and offer light food options such as sandwiches and small pizzas, Shaw says.

The breweries closest to the South Tabor taproom would be Assembly Brewing, which opened last spring eight blocks to the south, and Hopworks Urban Brewery, which has been operating about two miles west for more than a decade.

Shaw has also signed a lease to open a seven-barrel production brewery and a larger taproom in Portland’s central industrial eastside. In a former produce distribution warehouse at 818 S.E. Ankeny St., the family-friendly taproom would seat about 50, and Shaw envisions food trucks in the parking lot as a culinary option.

The Buckman neighborhood ...More info on site

Brewery news USA: AB InBev launches four new no- and low-alcohol beers
The market for no- and low-alcohol products in the U.S. is expected to grow about 32% between 2018 and 2022, and Anheuser-Busch is taking note, Adweek reported on January 15.

The beverage company, known globally as AB InBev, has introduced four new no- and low-alcohol beers (NABLAB) to its portfolio. The new products, which are made by craft brewers owned by AB InBev, arrive as more consumers are ditching alcohol for new beverage options that fit into a sober-curious lifestyle.

Adam Warrington, vice president of corporate social responsibility for Anheuser-Busch, said the company is continuing to build its NABLAB portfolio in response to the sector’s projected growth. The company aims to have 20% of its global beer volumes come from no- and low-alcohol products by 2025.

“From an innovation point of view, it’s about understanding what consumers want and moving quickly to get those products on the market,” Warrington said. “It’s also about offering variety [to consumers] who are much more mindful about what they’re drinking during different occasions.”

The new products include So-Lo from Goose Island, a 98-calorie beer with an ABV of 3%. Gilt Lifter from Four Peaks Brewing Company aims to reach consumers looking for a healthier lifestyle option or participating ...More info on site

Brewery news USA, CO: Big Trout Brewing Company to launch in Winter Park’s new transit center
Winter Park’s new transit center, along with accompanying brewery and coffee shop, could be opening its doors as soon as February, according to town officials, the Sky Hi News reported on January 12.

On Tuesday, January 7, Winter Park Town Council approved a $145,000 sidewalk snowmelt system for the area surrounding the transit center, which is going in the first level of the Vasquez Street parking garage near Cooper Creek.

“It was determined to be in the town’s best interest to install snowmelt systems in the sidewalks thereby improving the overall customer experience and reducing the potential for people slipping and falling,” Town Manager Keith Riesberg said at the January 7 meeting. “The goal is end of February for completion… ideally we want to have this done in time for Spring Break visitors.”

Construction crews finished up the drywall in December and are working on finishing the floors and building out the inside.

Once open, the 5,500 square foot center will serve as a hub for the Lift bus system, as well as offer Amtrak tickets and, in 2021, it will be the destination of the Denver to Winter Park Bustang route, according to Michael Koch, transit manager.

Other amenities will include a patio, public ...More info on site

Brewery news USA, ME: Marshall Wharf Brewing Company to go up for auction later this month
A former brewery and restaurant in downtown Belfast are scheduled to go up for auction later this month, WABI reported on January 13.

The Marshall Wharf Brewing Company and Three Tides were both closed last April.

Dann Waldron and Kathleen Dunckel, co-owners of Whitecap Builders in Belfast, have showed interest in buying the property.

But they're still negotiating with the bank that owns the area.

The property is expected to go on the auction block if a deal doesn't come together.

"You want to see something that brings people to the downtown or waterfront area. It would just be kind of a gap in our downtown waterfront. There's so many wonderful things that are down there like the Belfast Harbor Walk, Front Street Shipyard. Three Tides was a part of that, it was really a nice, authentic venue, and it would be great if something of that level could take place there in the future," said Thomas Kittredge.

The auction is scheduled for January 29th.

Brewery news USA, VA: Closed ShipLock Brewing’s brewing equipment and head brewer heading to Holy Mackerel Small Batch Beers
A Shockoe Slip brewery has capsized, but its wares are likely to wash up down in Prince George County. ShipLock Brewing has closed at 115 S. 15th St., Richmond after just over a year in business, wtvr.com reported on January 13.

A ShipLock representative confirmed that the brewery shut down in recent days, and said its brewing equipment and head brewer are heading to Holy Mackerel Small Batch Beers, a new venture in the works near Hopewell.

Holy Mackerel will be run by members of ShipLock’s ownership group, some of whom also own Southern Railway Taphouse on 15th St. and District 5 in the Fan.

Brewery newsUkraine: Beer, malt output decline in 2019
Ukraine’s beer output (excluding that of zero-alcohol beers) totalled 18.02 mln hl last year, 0.4% down from 2018, Ukrpivo trade association reported on January ...More info on site

Whisky news Japan: Distillers discontinue premium whiskies due to overwhelming demand
In October, Nikka Whisky announced that it would have employees working both day and night shifts for the first time since the late 1990s, one of several changes it has made in an attempt to meet the increasing demand for Japanese whisky.

According to Bloomberg, sales of Japanese whisky are expected to increase by seven percent in the next two years, which means that distilleries owned by Nikka and Suntory have been scrambling to increase their whisky-making capabilities. But without creating working time machines, it also means that they can't possibly keep up with demand for their most popular aged whiskies. As a result, even the biggest distilleries have had to pull some products from the market; Suntory has previously been forced to discontinue its Hibiki 17 and Hakushu 12 whiskies.

Earlier this week, Nikka told its Japanese suppliers that it will be suspending the sales of three more of its age-statement malt whiskies in March. The discontinued whiskies will include the 17, 21, and 25 Year Old varieties of Taketsuru Pure Malt, although Nikka will continue to sell a no age-statement version of its Taketsuru Pure Malt.

The Taketsuru line was named in honor of Masataka Taketsuru, the founder of Nikka and ...More info on site

Brewery news Thailand: Radical new party publishes Progressive Breweries and Distilleries Act
Thailand’s Future Forward Party has published a bill which would revolutionise the production of alcohol in Thailand and allow local craft beers to move manufacturing into Thailand as well as opening up opportunity for thousands of entrepreneurs interested in what is still a fledgling market but one which is growing fast, ThaiExaminer.com reported on January 15.

On January 14, Thailand’s Future Forward Party introduced draft legislation that would liberalise Thailand’s brewing and spirit making industries which according to the party, have become somewhat monopolistic.

The legislation was presented at a press conference in Bangkok by the party’s leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit.

The Progressive Breweries and Distilleries Act would effectively open up the brewing and distilling industry in Thailand by doing away with onerous requirements that currently make it impossible for smaller commercial operators to brew beer and produce spirits.

The moves appear to be the antithesis of current Thai government policy and legal provisions.

Indeed, the previous government under the 2017 Excise Tax Act passed by the old National Legislative Assembly strengthened the penalties in the original 1950 Act for those found operating outside legal requirements.

These stipulate, for instance, that to operate a brewery for commercial purposes, a brewery must produce no less than 10 million ...More info on site

Brewery news Vietnam: Heineken Asia Pacific claims exemption from $39.7 mln tax paid to Vietnam authorities
Heineken Asia Pacific is claiming exemption from the VND917.2 billion ($39.7 million) it forked out to Vietnam tax authorities in recent deal, VnExpress International reported on January 15.

"Despite making a full payment in line with the tax assessment, Heineken Asia Pacific (Heineken APAC) does not agree with the basis on which it was issued," the company stated.

The firm has initiated proceedings under Vietnam-Singapore Double Taxation Treaty terms to seek clarification over the taxman’s decision, it said.

Heineken added it is committed to conduct business with integrity and with respect for the laws and regulations of countries in which it operates.

The statement follows the General Department of Taxation decision to charge the Dutch beer giant VND917.2 billion ($39.7 million) in back taxes and fines for a 2018 transaction.

Singapore-based Heineken APAC at the end of 2018 struck a deal valued at over VND4.8 trillion ($207.7 million) with Heineken Vietnam Brewery. Accordingly, the Singaporean firm transferred its entire Vietnamese subsidiary stake to the latter.

Tax payable on the deal came to VND823 billion ($35.6 million), but Heineken Asia Pacific claimed it was exempt from paying it under the double taxation agreement between Vietnam and Singapore.

However, the General Department of Taxation ruled the tax had to ...More info on site

Brewery news Belgium: AB InBev criticised for ‘by one get one free’ promo for its Jupiler lager
Multinational drink and brewing company AB InBev is facing criticism for a recently launched ‘buy one get one free’ promotion on Jupiler lager, The Brussels Times reported on January 15.

In several Belgian supermarkets, the purchase of a 33cl bottle of Jupiler lager now comes hand in hand with a second free 33cl bottle.

This is “a bad thing,” Marijs Geirnaert, director of The Flemish Centre of Expertise for Alcohol and other Drugs (VAD), told Nieuwsblad, adding that “price is critical when it comes to alcohol consumption.”

With this promotion, two crates of 24 33cl bottles of Jupiler lager cost €15.99, rather than the price of €31.98 that would apply without the ‘one-for-one’ discount. That amounts to just less than €1 for a litre of beer.

“It’s a shame,” added Geirnaert, director of the VAD. “Only three things are needed to lower our alcohol consumption: raising the age limit, limiting alcohol advertising and raising the price. A number of years ago, the price of spirits rose sharply … and we saw that consumption decreased. The price increase was not implemented for wine and beer, so people are more likely to go back to the traditional lager.”

Following on from disappointing quarterly figures at the end ...More info on site

Brewery news Taiwan: Taiwan Tobacco and Liquor Corporation to launch limited edition liquor and beer products to mark inauguration of President Tsai Ing-wen
The Taiwan Tobacco and Liquor Corporation (TTL) announced on January 14 plans to launch a range of limited edition liquor and beer products to mark the inauguration of President Tsai Ing-wen's second term on May 20, the Taiwan News reported.

It is customary for the state-owned manufacturer and distributor of cigarettes and alcohol to release commemorative spirits prior to the swearing-in of Taiwanese presidents.

Chairman Ting Yen-che said limited edition distilled spirits and beer will be sold to mark the occasion and that the company also wishes to supply alcoholic drinks at Tsai’s inauguration banquet, reported CNA. The designs of the drinks are being hammered out with the Presidential Office, and the production runs will be determined depending on market demand, he added.

TTL released five well-received commemorative items for Tsai’s first inauguration in 2016. The event saw sales of 2.36 million beers, 100,000 sorghum liquor bottles, more than 100,000 whiskey bottles, and more.

With a history of 119 years, the company is embarking on an image-polishing initiative that seeks to increase its global presence. The products will also be diversified to cater to the taste of female customers, with more floral and fruit-flavored spirits to be added to its product lines, for example, ...More info on site

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