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UK: Big opportunities could open for malting barley producers in case of successful Brexit negotiations

Declining global barley production and one of the most favourable climates in the world offer UK malting barley producers big opportunities if Brexit can be negotiated successfully, the Farmers Weekly ...
Published 05/12/2018 More



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Australia: Barley production forecast to fall by 18% in 2018-19

Australia’s total winter crop production is forecast to decrease by 23% in 2018–19 to 29.3 million tonnes, ABARES said in its December report. Wheat production is forecast to decrease by 20% ...
Published 03/12/2018 More



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UK: Winter crop area seen higher this year

The provisional results of the AHDB Early Bird Survey of cropping intentions for harvest 2019 suggest an increase in the winter crop area, reversing the recent trend toward spring planting. ...
Published 03/12/2018 More



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Ireland: Price of alcohol could rise significantly in case of no deal Brexit

The price of alcohol could rise "significantly" for Irish and British customers if the EU-UK Brexit backstop deal fails to make it through a Westminster vote and a no deal ...
Published 03/12/2018 More



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Malaysia: Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia’s net profit up 52% in Q3

Carlsberg Brewery Malaysia Bhd’s net profit jumped 52% to RM64.98 million for the third quarter ended Sept 30, 2018 (3QFY18), from RM42.85 million in the previous year, thanks to higher ...
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India: Carlsberg’s Indian business grows 23% in the year to March 2018

Danish brewer Carlsberg grew its Indian business 23% in the year to March 2018, helped by higher sales of premium brands as well as disruptions such highway ban and demonetisation ...
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Brazil: Beer consumption likely to amount to 49 litres per capita this year

While cachaça is the true Brazilian spirit – being invented during the times of Portuguese colonization – Brazil is a beer-drinking country. This year, Brazilians will likely consume 10.4 bln ...
Published 03/12/2018 More



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EU: EU’s beer production up by almost 2 mln hl in 2017

Europe’s beer production rose to an eight-year high in 2017 bolstered by record exports, a rise in micro-breweries and increased low-alcohol products. According to The Brewers of Europe’s latest report ...
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New Zealand: Low and no-alcohol beer picking up in popularity in New Zealand

Low and no-alcohol beer is picking up in popularity with traditional beer drinkers in New Zealand, the New Zealand Herald reported on December 4. Consumption of low to mid-strength beer grew ...
Published 03/12/2018 More



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Canada & China: China’s thirst for high-end beers fuels Canadian barley surge

At a laboratory in downtown Winnipeg, Peter Watts samples a golden pale ale, admiring the silky foam top and smooth, slightly grain-tinged taste. A new variety of barley grown in ...
Published 03/12/2018 More



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