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Ireland: Alcohol exports fall by around 19% last year

Irish alcohol exports fell around 19% in 2020: a proportional decline greater than at the height of the global financial crisis in 2008, BeverageDaily.com reported on January 25. Overall alcohol exports ...
Published 26/01/2021 More



Hops news

USA: US 2020 hop crop down 7% from 2019

Recently the National Agricultural Statistics Service (NASS) released their 2020 hop crop report that shows a precipitous 7% drop in U.S. production from the year prior. Production for Idaho, Oregon, and ...
Published 26/01/2021 More



Barley news

USA: American Malting Barley Association publishes list of recommended malting barley varieties for the 2021 crop year

The American Malting Barley Association (AMBA) board of directors has developed a list of recommended malting barley varieties for U.S. growers for the 2021 crop year. AMBA is a nonprofit ...
Published 26/01/2021 More



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USA, TX: South Austin beer industry sees new breweries, opportunities for growth

For Last Stand Brewing Co. owner Jim Sampson, 2020 was supposed to be a monumental year for the company he launched in Dripping Springs in 2015, the Community Impact Newsletter ...
Published 26/01/2021 More



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UK: Brewers and retailers flag lack of clarity as to what Brexit means for beer imports from the EU

Brewers and retailers have reported that there is a lack of clarity among UK consumers as to what Brexit means for beer imports from the EU, the Drinks Business reported ...
Published 25/01/2021 More



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Thailand: Craft Beer Association of Thailand asks government to drop ban on alcohol sales in restaurants and allow bars to reopen

Members and supporters of the Craft Beer Association of Thailand on January 25 gathered at the Covid-19 task force's office at the Interior Ministry, asking the government to drop the ...
Published 25/01/2021 More



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South Africa: Ban on sale of alcohol offers strong growth trajectory to non-alcoholic beer

The ban on the sale of alcohol has catapulted South Africa’s non-alcoholic adult drinks industry to a strong growth trajectory, a trend that is expected to continue, the Business Live ...
Published 25/01/2021 More



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South Africa: South African Breweries suspends 550 temporary workers contracts indefinitely

South African Breweries (SAB), a unit of Anheuser-Busch InBev, has suspended the contracts of 550 temporary workers indefinitely with immediate effect due to the latest ban on alcohol sales, Business ...
Published 25/01/2021 More



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South Africa: Small brewers calling on government to reopen sale of alcohol for off-site consumption

Small beer brewing companies are calling on government to reopen the sale of alcohol for off-site consumption in a bid to keep their businesses afloat, the Eyewitness News reported on ...
Published 25/01/2021 More



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Nigeria: Investors count losses as restrictions, taxes slow breweries

The brewery industry in Nigeria is reeling under pangs of poor consumer spending, induced by the devastating COVID-19 pandemic and recession. The situation has left investors counting and lamenting their ...
Published 25/01/2021 More



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