BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL

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Globalization is not in evidence only on the Internet: in our English-speaking trade magazine BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL we deal with specific questions and concerns of the industry, well beyond the borders of Germany.

The magazine is distributed in almost 180 countries, sharing important information from the fields of technology, packaging, ingredients, etc. with readers around the world.

Relying on the editorial competence of the two established trade publications BRAUINDUSTRIE and GETRÄNKEINDUSTRIE, the editorial team of BREWING AND BEVERAGE INDUSTRY INTERNATIONAL provides on-the-spot research and analyses.

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Klaus Krammer
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Chief Executive Officer

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Sandra Wulkan
Chief Executive Officer

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Peter Neuner
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Sabine Reggel
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Michaela Schölderle
Advertising

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Susann Winterhoff
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Barbara Onischko
Editorial Assistant

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Cap and crown feeding systems

Gassner GmbH

Verpackungsmaschinen GAMA-Förderanlagen

Steinleiten 39
4890 Frankenmarkt, Österreich

00 43 / 76 84 / 85 0 10
00 43 / 76 84 / 85 0 19

Consultants

First Key Consulting Inc.

Oceanic Building

1066 West Hastings St., Suite 2300
Vancouver, B.C., V6E 3X2 CANADA

001/604/273-8884

info@firstkey.com
www.firstkey.com

Education

American Distilling Institute

PO Box 577
Hayward , CA 94541

001/510/886-7418

www.distilling.com

Engineering and Consulting

BeerBev LLC

328 Crandon Blvd.
Key Biscayne, FL 33149 (USA)


Fruit juices and juice concentrates, fruit purees and puree concentrates

Bayernwald Früchteverwertung KG

Schwanenkirchner Str. 28
94491 Hengersberg

0 99 01 / 18 - 0
0 99 01 / 18 - 175

Hops – hops products

HVG

Hopfenverwertungsgenossenschaft e.G.

Kellerstraße 1
85283 Wolnzach

0 84 42 / 95 71 - 00
0 84 42 / 95 71 - 69

Hops – hops products

BarthHaas GmbH & Co. KG

Freiligrathstr. 7/9
90482 Nürnberg

+49 911 54890
+49 911 5489330

Malts

Palatia Malz GmbH

Kurfürsten-Anlage 52
69115 Heidelberg

0 62 21 / 64 66 - 0
0 62 21 / 64 66 - 99

Pumps

Packo Pumps

Cardijnlaan 10
8600 Diksmuide - Belgium

+32 51 51 92 80
+32 51 51 92 99

Shutter loading facilities

Gassner GmbH

Verpackungsmaschinen GAMA-Förderanlagen

Steinleiten 39
4890 Frankenmarkt, Österreich

00 43 / 76 84 / 85 0 10
00 43 / 76 84 / 85 0 19

Software

Ing. Punzenberger COPA-DATA GmbH

Karolingerstr. 7B
5020 Salzburg - Österreich

00 43 662 43 10 02 - 0
00 43 662 43 10 02 - 23

Tanks and vessels

Tanks and Vessels Industries Ltd.

Bankwood Lane Trading Estate
UK-DN11 0PS Rossington, Doncaster,

00 44 / 13 02 86 73 28

sales@tanksandvessels.com
tanksandvessels.com

Water treatment plant

EUWA H.H. Eumann GmbH

The World of Water Treatment

Daimlerstr. 2-10
71116 Gärtringen

0 70 34 / 27 5-0
0 70 34 / 27 5-90

info@euwa.com
www.euwa.com

Events

Ball postpones implementation of minimum order requirements

In November 2021 many breweries across the USA received notification from Ball Corporation that starting January 1, 2022, the minimum order for printed aluminum cans, pending available supply, has increased from one to five truckloads per SKU for non-contracted customers. In addition, Ball announced that it will no longer warehouse inventory on behalf of customers and has pointed most non-contract customers to a set of distributors for future orders.

This news comes at a difficult time for the brewing industry which is already dealing with the ongoing effects of COVID-19 and supply chain issues. Many craft brewers pivoted to packaging their product to bring in much-needed income when their primary sales platforms disappeared (tasting rooms, bars, and restaurants) during the pandemic. Cans currently make up around 60% of independent craft packaged volume, and, as demand for sustainable aluminum beverage packaging continues to grow at an accelerated pace and large beverage brands switch from plastic bottles to cans, the squeeze on supply for small brewers continues to tighten.

Throughout the last month Brewers Association staff has been in contact with Ball and members of Congress to discuss ways to mitigate some of these changes and help ensure that they do not have an overwhelmingly negative impact on small and independent craft breweries. At the end of December, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee Ron Wyden (Democrat-Oregon), sent a letter to Ball Corporation asking that, among other things, Ball consider a delay of implementation on direct orders from non-contracted customers.

Ball notified the Senator’s office and the Brewers Association that it will postpone until March 1, 2022 the implementation of their minimum order requirements for customers that do not have supply contracts with the company, with the caveat that they will not be able to provide those customers with delivery date assurances. Ball also stated that they are open to further engaging with brewers on the distributor supply option to offer additional sources of aluminum beverage packaging. Sen. Wyden issued a statement on Jan. 4 welcoming Ball’s decision to postpone.

The BA states that while they know that this does not fully solve the supply chain issues, this is a positive step forward and opens the door to continued dialogue with Ball.


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