With Modified Mashing Process, Gluten-Free Grains Can Produce Quality Beers

Using a modified, lower temperature mashing procedure to retain enzyme activity, brewers can use malts from gluten-free grains to produce high-quality beers, according to Penn State researchers who conducted a new study. The research promises to result in brewers using gluten-free grains such as teff, sorghum, rice, millet, corn and…

Beer Industry Veteran Launches East Asia Beverages

Seizing an opportunity where others saw crisis and bucking the market trend, beverage industry stalwart Adrian Sim has launched East Asia Beverages Pte Ltd (EAB) during a time when many others in the sector are taking a hit from the Covid-19 pandemic. Sim, who is Founder & CEO of East…

Heineken Brews Beer With Solar Energy In Singapore

Brewing company Heineken aims to grow its share of renewable thermal energy and electricity in production from the current level of 14 percent to 70 percent by 2030. The brewer has announced its programme for renewable energy—‘Drop the C’ (‘C’ stands for carbon)—and will set new emission goals for distribution…

Brewing Beer With Bread To Combat Food Waste

Brewing Beer With Bread To Combat Food Waste British brewery turns unwanted excess bread into the Toast ale brew, and brewers globally will be able to commercially produce the ale. A third of all food produced globally—approximately 1.3 billion tons worth—is wasted every year, according to the United Nations Food…
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