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Base Currency: US Dollar
on September 21, 2022
      1 EUR = 0.9997 USD
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1 EUR = 1.3303 CAD
1 EUR = 1.4911 AUD
1 EUR = 143.4930 JPY
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1 USD = 5.1652 BRL
1 USD = 60.7604 RUB
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September 21, 2022
French Barley/Malt
Crop 2022
2RS Malting Barley (FOB Creil) 351.00-353.00 -
6RW Malting Barley (FOB Creil) 323.00-325.00 up0.31%
Feed Barley (FOB Creil) 296.00-298.00up0.34%
2RS Malt (FOB Antwerp) 680.50-682.50 -
6RW Malt (FOB Antwerp) 646.00-648.00 up0.19%
German Malting Barley
Crop 2022
Ex Farm
Average Malting Barley Price nq  
-No change; upPrice increase; downPrice decrease versus last publication.

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Malt news EU: Energy now essential factor for malt and beer production ...Click here

Brewery news South Korea: Beer, soju consumption decline in 2021 ...Click here
Brewery news Malaysia: Brewers' prospects continue to grow ...Click here
Brewery news UK: Rising carbon dioxide prices put UK beer industry under threat ...Click here
Brewery news Romania: Heineken to shut down its Constanta brewery ...Click here

Barley news EU & UK: Malting barley trade at standstill at the moment ...Click here
Barley news EU: Barley production forecast slightly down from COCERAl’s May report ...Click here
Barley news France: Good winter barley crop harvested this year, differences reported across spring crops from southwest to northeast ...Click here
Barley news Australia: Old barley crop supplies and exports shrinking ...Click here

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Brewery news China: Asahi eyes China’s market with ‘resilient’ growth ...Click here
Brewery news Japan & India: Kirin in talks to invest $70 mln in Indian craft beer maker Bira ...Click here
Barley news Ukraine: Agriculture ministry maintains grain crop forecast ...Click here
Brewery news India: Two new microbreweries given licences to open in Delhi ...Click here

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These Days in Business History

19 September
1849 - 1st commercial laundry established in Oaklan, California
1854 - Henry Meyer patents sleeping rail car
1876 - 1st carpet sweeper patented (Melville Bissell of Grand Rapids, Mich)
1887 - Dr. Graham Edgar, developer of the octane rating system, was born in Fayetteville, Arkansas, on this day
1888 - World's 1st beauty contest (Spa, Belgium)

20 September
1519 - Portuguese navigator Ferdinand Magellan sets sail from Spain in an effort to find a western sea route to the rich Spice Islands of Indonesia
1839 - 1st railroad in the Netherlands opens (Amsterdam-Haarlem)
1877 - Chase National Bank opens in NYC (later merges into Chase Manhattan)

21 September
1784 - The first daily newspaper in the United States, the Pennsylvania Packet and Daily Advertiser, begins publishing
1883 - 1st direct US-Brazil telegraph connection
1931 - The day after the Bank of England abandons the gold standard, U.S. stocks tumble


September 2022:
27 - 29: 3rd VLB Africa Brewing Conference (VLB Virtual Campus)
29 - 01 October: Stockholm Beer & Whisky Festival 2022 (Stockholm, Sweden)

October 2022:
04 - 06: International Beer Strategies Conference 2022 (Hilton Rome Airport, Fiumicino, Italy)
06 - 08: Stockholm Beer & Whisky Festival 2022 (Stockholm, Sweden)
06 - 08: The Great American Beer Festival 2022 (Denver, USA)
08 - 10: The International Beer Cup 2022 (Ota City, Tokyo, Japan)
12 - 15: China Brew & China Beverage 2022 (Shanghai New International Expo Centre, China)
13 - 15: Warsaw Beer Festival 2022 (Warsaw, Poland)
14 - 16: Barcelona Beer Festival 2022 (Barcelona, Spain)
21 - 23: Cerveza Mexico Expo 2022 (Mexico City, Mexico)
24 - 30: Copa Cervezas de America 2022 (Valparaiso, Chile)
27 - 28: Sea Brew 2022 (Bangkok, Thailand)

November 2022:
01 - 03: Brussels Beer Challenge 2022 (Eupen, Belgium)
22 - 23: 12th Iberoamerican VLB Symposium Brewing & Filling Technology 2022 (Uberlandia, Brazil)

December 2022:
06 - 07: 3rd VLB International Brewing Web Conference (VLB Virtual Campus)
07 - 11: Mondial de la Biere Rio 2022 (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
07 - 09: Drink Japan 2022 (Makuhari Messe, Japan)
07 - 09: Drink Technology India 2022 (Bombay Exhibition Centre, Mumbai, India)

February 2023:
10 - 13: HoReCa 2023 (Athens, Greece)
20 - 23: Beer & Food Attraction 2023 (Rimini, Italy)

March 2023:
08 - 11: Festival Brasileiro da Cerveja 2023 (Blumenau, Brazil)

May 2023:
07 - 10: Craft Brewers Conference & BrewExpo America 2023 (Nashville, TN, USA)
10 - 10: World Beer Cup 2023 (Nashville, TN, USA)
12 - 14: Cerveza Mexico Expo 2023 (Guadalajara, Mexico)
25 - 27: InnBrew 2023 (Barcelona, Spain)
30 - 01 June: Beviale Mexico 2023 (Mexico City, Mexico)

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MaltMalt News Malt

Malt newsEU: Energy now essential factor for malt and beer production
Energy has become the essential factor of malt and beer production, H. M. Gauger GmbH said in their September report.

The all-important gas, also ...More info on site

BreweryBrewery News Brewery

Brewery newsSouth Korea: Beer, soju consumption decline in 2021
The average South Korean adult consumed 52.9 bottles of soju and 82.9 bottles of beer last year, a report found on September 20, equalling ...More info on site

Brewery newsMalaysia: Brewers' prospects continue to grow
The prospects of beer brewers are expected to grow brighter as foreign tourists return to Malaysia and the upcoming Fifa World Cup football championship ...More info on site

Brewery news UK: Rising carbon dioxide prices put UK beer industry under threat
The UK beer industry is under threat, as rising carbon dioxide (CO2) prices could impact production - and even cause a shortage of the beverage ahead of the busy Christmas season, the Daily Record reported on September 17.

CO2 plays a crucial role in the beer-making process, from carbonation to packaging, meaning brewers are facing the pressure to meet costs.

Carbon Herald reports prices of the gas have currently peaked at £2,800 per tonne. Three months ago, producers were paying £250 per metric tonne of CO2.

The production of CO2 has been impacted partly due to rising wholesale gas prices. As the gas is a bi-product of fertiliser, the rising costs meant many fertiliser plants in the UK were forced to close.

Last month, US fertiliser group CF Industries - which produces about a third of this country's supply of CO2 - announced it would be shutting down its ammonia plant in the UK.

Ensus, which supplies 40%, has temporarily closed its bioethanol plant in Teesside in another blow to the beer industry still reeling from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, reports Wales Online.

The massive price hike is hitting small and regional brewers mainly as the bigger brewers have carbon capture systems that allow ...More info on site

Brewery news Romania: Heineken to shut down its Constanta brewery
Global beer producer Heineken announced plans to close its plant in Constanta, eastern Romania, starting September 2023, the Romania Insider reported on September 21.

The production and packaging capacities of the factory will be transferred to the group’s other factories in Craiova, Miercurea Ciuc and Targu Mures.

Production at Heineken’s brewery in Constanta started in June 1970. The factory was privatized in 1991.

“We are proud of our tradition in brewing beer in Constanta, but the factory has been operating well below capacity for several years,” the company explains in a press statement.

The group pledged “to invest significantly in the three remaining factories to support our ambition for growth and sustainable development, maintaining a strong presence in the Romanian market and the communities where we operate.”

Brewery newsChina: Asahi eyes China’s market with ‘resilient’ growth
Born in Italy since 1963, Peroni Nastro Azzurro, a global leading high-end beer brand promoted by Asahi Group officially entered the Chinese market. It ...More info on site

Brewery news Japan & India: Kirin in talks to invest $70 mln in Indian craft beer maker Bira
Japanese beverages firm Kirin Holdings is in talks to invest $70 million in Indian craft beer maker Bira, four sources told Reuters, doubling down on the fast-expanding South Asian market at a time when it is facing pressure on growth at home.

Kirin, which first invested $30 million in Bira for an under 10% stake last year, is set to pump in the additional funds at an equity valuation of $450 million, the sources said. Negotiations between the Japanese company and Bira's owners are in the final stage, one of the sources said.

The latest deal talks come as Japan's major drinks makers are facing a steady decline in revenue from alcohol sales as the domestic population shrinks and younger people drink less than in previous decades, forcing the companies to expand overseas or foray into new markets.

Kirin's plan for additional investment in Bira comes even as the Japanese yen has fallen to 24-year lows, which is set to raise the cost of overseas acquisitions for local companies.

Started in 2015, Bira is one of India's most popular craft beer makers. It competes with international brands such as Carlsberg as well as Heineken-owned United Breweries in India's estimated $5 billion beer market.

According to ...More info on site

Brewery news India: Two new microbreweries given licences to open in Delhi
Delhiites who currently travel to Gurgaon or Noida for freshly brewed beer can now get it in Delhi itself. The Excise department has given two licences for microbreweries and draught beer in a Saket mall as well as in Central Delhi, the Indian Express reported on September 15.

According to officials, five entities have applied for microbrewery licences, of which two have been approved. The remaining three are also set to be approved soon.

In Saket, 10 microbreweries will open under the L-11 licence, and some are also expected to open in Connaught Place and other places from October 1.

“There were provisions for microbreweries and draught beer under the now-scrapped Delhi Excise Policy 2021-22 but they were not implemented as the revised terms and conditions under the new policy were not notified on time. However, under the old excise regime, we have approved terms and conditions and are allowing microbreweries to be set up in Delhi. We received five applications for microbreweries and two have been given permission. It takes about 15 days to set up a plant, so, hopefully, people will have fresh beer in Delhi from the first week of October,” said a senior Excise department official.

Officials added that another ...More info on site

BarleyBarley News Barley

Barley newsEU & UK: Malting barley trade at standstill at the moment
Malting barley trade has come to a standstill; the French, English, Scandinavian FOB prices have come down sharply, the northern crops provide for an ...More info on site

Barley newsEU: Barley production forecast slightly down from COCERAl’s May report
In its fourth forecast for the 2022 crop, COCERAL sees the total grain crop in the EU-27+UK at 287.9 mln tonnes. This would be ...More info on site

Barley newsFrance: Good winter barley crop harvested this year, differences reported across spring crops from southwest to northeast
France harvested a good winter barley crop of 8.2 mln tonnes (incl. 800 thousand tonnes of fall-planted spring barley), can select +/- 2.2 mln ...More info on site

Barley newsAustralia: Old barley crop supplies and exports shrinking
Australia’s old crop barley supplies and exports are shrinking; June shipments were 223,000 tonnes of malting barley (statistics only show 53,000 tonnes as per ...More info on site

Barley news Ukraine: Agriculture ministry maintains grain crop forecast
Ukraine expects a 2022 grain crop of 50-52 million tonnes, unchanged from the previous estimate and down from 86 million tonnes last year, the agriculture ministry said on September 19.

Deputy Agriculture Minister Taras Vysotskyi also told a televised news conference that grain exports in September were expected to total 5.4 million to 5.5 million tonnes, up from 4.5 million tonnes in August.

Ukraine exported around 6 million tonnes a month before Russia launched its invasion on Feb. 24.

"The war has brought with it difficulties, but we see that farmers have coped with them," Vysotskyi said.

Farmers have already completed the 2022 wheat harvest, threshing around 19 million tonnes of the commodity in bunker weight, and about 5.5 million tonnes of barley, he said.

Ukraine, a major global producer and exporter of grain, harvested 32.2 million tonnes of wheat and 9.4 million tonnes of barley in 2021.

Ukraine's grain exports have slumped since the start of the war because its Black Sea ports, a key route for shipments, were shut, driving up global food prices and prompting fears of shortages in Africa and the Middle East.

Three Black Sea ports were unblocked at the end of July under a deal between Moscow and Kyiv that was ...More info on site

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