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DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets has announced the addition of the "Studying the Global & Brazil's Beer Market 2016" report to their offering. "Studying the Global & Brazil's Beer Market 2016" highlights key dynamics of the global and China's beer market. The growing opportunity in the sector has been investigated. The initiatives and performance of key players, globally and in India, including Anheuser-Busch InBev, Heineken Holding, SABMiller plc, Kirin Holdings and Carlsberg Group has been examined. The report contains latest industry stakeholder's opinions. Beer is globally the third most popular drink after water and tea. Growing at a CAGR of 2.4%, it is projected that the global beer market will reach approximately USD 636 billion by 2020. In 2015, the global beer market was valued at USD 566.6 billion. While in 2014 the global beer market grew by 1%, it grew approximately by 2% in 2015. The low growth percentage is due to a slowdown in beer consumption by world's five largest beer markets, China, US, Russia, Germany and Brazil. In terms of brand value, globally, in 2016 Budweiser lead the market followed by Bud Light. Globally the emerging trend is that we see that standard beer is growing marginally, but it is the light beer and the low alcohol beer segment which is experiencing substantial growth. Around the world the attitude towards alcohol is changing, boosted by the rising health-consciousness and a desire to drink responsibly. Brazil is globally the third largest beer market. Brazil's beer consumption globally is higher than Germany and UK and just behind consumption in the United States and China. However, the long drawn recession the country has been experiencing has negatively affected production of beer which dropped to the level of 2010 in 2016. It is projected that the total value of retail sales in the Brazilian beer market will grow at a CARG 2.3% by 2020. The country currently has close to 300 craft breweries which forms just 1% of the country's beer market. For more information about this report visit http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/325mpk/studying_the


News Article | November 29, 2016
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Copenhagen, 2016-11-29 12:30 CET (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The Carlsberg Forum series reflects the strong link between science and business. Each year, the Kaj Linderstrøm-Lang awards are given to prominent scientists for their achievements within biochemistry or physiology, the fields of science in which Kaj Linderstrøm-Lang, a professor at Carlsberg Research Laboratory in the period 1939-1959, distinguished himself as a pioneer. This year, Professor Henrik V. Scheller, Joint BioEnergy Institute, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, USA and Professor Geoff Fincher, School of Agriculture, Food & Wine, The University of Adelaide, Australia received this year’s Kaj Linderstrøm-Lang Prize as an acknowledgement of their outstanding achievements on identifying and characterizing enzymes involved in synthesis and modification of the plant cell wall. The third Kaj Linderstrøm-Lang Prize was awarded to Professor Richard Henderson, MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, UK for his pioneering work towards obtaining high resolution atomic structures of membrane proteins and membrane protein complexes by electron cryomicroscopy. The prize is a plated gold medal and a financial personal award of DKK 40.000. Finally, the Emil Chr. Hansen Golden Medal was awarded to Jef Boeke, Director, Institute for Systems Genetics at New York University, for his seminal contributions to yeast genome scrambling and the design of synthetic yeast. The Emil Chr. Hansen Foundation sponsors the Emil Chr. Hansen Golden Medal. Professor Emil Chr. Hansen worked at the Carlsberg Laboratory from 1877-1909, and was the first to isolate a pure yeast that revolutionized the brewing industry. Birgitte Skadhauge, Head of Carlsberg Research Laboratory, says: “The distinguished work of Carlsberg Research Laboratory scientists Kaj Linderstrøm-Lang and Emil Chr. Hansen made it possible to have the high quality beers we have today. This year marks the 140th anniversary of the Carlsberg Research Laboratory, and we found it particularly important to celebrate the connection between beer and science this year by honouring not only Professors Richard Henderson, Geoff Fincher and Henrik Scheller but also Jef Boeke with the Emil Christian Hansen Golden Medal for their notable scientific contributions to business and society.” The program for this year’s Carlsberg Forum consisted of eight lectures by outstanding international scientists and businesspersons spanning trend-setting research in e.g. yeast, cereal-crops, food for health & well-being and new technologies. The business part of the program included lectures on business and health challenges in a globalized and rapidly changing world. In a special endnote address, Birgitte Skadhauge reviewed the Laboratory’s anniversary and the famed re-brew project. Scientists at the Laboratory made an extraordinary discovery in the old cellars of Carlsberg in Copenhagen, Denmark, some years ago. They discovered a very old Carlsberg bottle that surprisingly still contained living yeast cells. They grew and analyzed the cells, and, as it turns out, the bottle was one of the very first beers brewed with the original pure yeast from 1883 when Carlsberg democratized modern lager beers. Earlier this year, specially invited guests celebrated the Laboratory’s 140th anniversary by tasting, for the first time in more than a hundred years, the original Carlsberg quality lager, re-brewed by the Laboratory. Birgitte Skadhauge says: “What better way to take science to business than by re-brewing the father of quality lager. The Laboratory has pioneered beer quality since it was founded 140 years ago. On the eve of our anniversary, we are proud to have demonstrated scientifically why Carlsberg is probably the best beer in the world.” The movie premiere of Warner Bros’ documentary about the re-brew project premiered in Copenhagen and Fredericia, Denmark, on 24 and 25 November. A movie trailer is available on rebrewproject.com The Carlsberg Group is one of the leading brewery groups in the world, with a large portfolio of beer and other beverage brands. Our flagship brand – Carlsberg – is one of the best-known beer brands in the world and the Baltika, Carlsberg and Tuborg brands are among the eight biggest brands in Europe. More than 47,000 people work for the Carlsberg Group, and our products are sold in more than 150 markets. In 2015, the Carlsberg Group sold 120 million hectolitres of beer, which is more than 35 billion bottles of beer. Find out more at www.carlsberggroup.com.


News Article | November 2, 2016
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MarketStudyReport.com adds “Global Beer Market 2016-2020” new report to its research database. The report spread across 77 pages with table and figures in it. The Research analysts forecast the global beer market to grow at a CAGR of 2.4% by revenue during the period 2016-2020. Beer is the highest consumed alcoholic beverage and the third-most consumed beverage after water and tea in the world. The global beer market is directly proportional to global economic conditions. Beer is also an integral part of the heritage and traditional cuisines of many countries, especially in Europe and the Americas. Browse full table of contents and data tables at https://www.marketstudyreport.com/reports/global-beer-market-2016-2020/ Covered in this report The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the global beer market for 2016-2020. To calculate the market size, the report has taken into consideration the revenue generated from the retail sales of beer globally. It also includes the market size based on volume, which has been calculated based on the retail consumption of alcoholic drinks. The market is divided into the following segments based on geography: - Americas - APAC - Europe - MEA The Research report, Global Beer Market 2016-2020, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. The report covers the market landscape and its growth prospects over the coming years. The report also includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market. Key vendors - Anheuser-Busch InBev - Carlsberg Group - Heineken - SABMiller Other prominent vendors - ABD - Asahi Breweries - Beck's Brewery - Birra Menabrea - Bitburger Brewery - Boston Beer - Budweiser Budvar Brewery - Cesu Alus - Chimay Brewery - D.G. Yuengling & Son - Diageo - Distell Group - Duvel Moortgat - Erdinger - Forst - Harpoon Brewery - Krombacher Brauerei - Molson Coors - Oakleaf Brewery - Oettinger - Paulaner Brewery - Pivovarna La?ko - Radeberger Brewery - Royal Unibrew - ?vyturys - The Brew Company - Veltins - Warsteiner Market driver - Innovative product launches - For a full, detailed list, view our report Market challenge - Regulations on alcohol advertising - For a full, detailed list, view our report Market trend New flavors - For a full, detailed list, view our report Key questions answered in this report - What will the market size be in 2020 and what will the growth rate be? - What are the key market trends? - What is driving this market? - What are the challenges to market growth? - Who are the key vendors in this market space? - What are the market opportunities and threats faced by the key vendors? - What are the strengths and weaknesses of the key vendors? To receive personalized assistance write to us @ [email protected] with the report title in the subject line along with your questions or call us at +1 866-764-2150


News Article | February 10, 2017
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Copenhagen, 2017-02-10 11:28 CET (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Per Aarsleff A/S has entered into a contract for the construction of the Carlsberg Group's new headquarters which is to be located at the outskirts of the Carlsberg City District in Copenhagen. The four-storey office building will have a total area of 15,500 square metres plus approx. 7,700 square metres of underground parking facilities. The Aarsleff Group’s company Wicotec Kirkebjerg A/S will carry out the technical installations. The contract is a main contract. The client of the project is Carlsberg A/S. EKJ Rådgivende Ingeniører A/S is client consultant, Alectia A/S is consulting engineer, and C. F. Møller A/S is consulting architect. Rambøll is in charge of the construction management as well as health and safety coordination. The construction work starts at the end of February 2017 and is scheduled for completion in the late summer of 2019. The client does not want to publish the contract value. The contract does not affect Aarsleff's earnings expectations for the financial year 2016/2017.


News Article | February 24, 2017
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Carlsberg A/S’ Annual Report 2016 has just been published. It is in attachment to this release or can be downloaded at http://www.carlsberggroup.com/reports-downloads/carlsberg-group-annual-report-2016/  The Carlsberg Group’s Sustainability Report 2015 has also just been published. It is available for download at:     http://www.carlsberggroup.com/reports-downloads/carlsberg-group-sustainability-report-2016/ Both reports are only available online.


News Article | February 24, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

Carlsberg A/S’ Annual Report 2016 has just been published and is attached to this release. It is also available for download at http://www.carlsberggroup.com/reports-downloads/carlsberg-group-annual-report-2016/  The Carlsberg Group’s Sustainability Report 2015 has also just been published. It is available for download at:     http://www.carlsberggroup.com/reports-downloads/carlsberg-group-sustainability-report-2016/ Both reports are only available online.


News Article | February 24, 2017
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Since 2015, the Carlsberg Group has delivered reductions of 6% in energy consumption (kWh/hl), 14% in CO2 emissions (kg CO2/hl) and 6% in water consumption (hl/hl). Meanwhile, 17% of the Group’s energy consumption now comes from renewable sources such as biomass, solar power and certificates with guarantees of origin. The Group has also inaugurated a solar panel installation at its facility in Dali, China, that is the fourth largest brewery installation of its kind in the world. “In 2016, we continued our efforts to improve our sustainability performance by further reducing energy consumption, CO2 emissions and water usage. We're pleased that all three areas delivered progress faster than anticipated, and we are now taking our sustainability efforts even further as part of our Group Strategy, SAIL’22” says Simon Boas Hoffmeyer, Sustainability Director, Carlsberg Group. The Carlsberg Group also further expanded its efforts to reduce drink driving, prevent sales to people under the legal age and provide consumers with more detailed and easily accessible information about ingredients, nutrition and responsible drinking. A further 31% of the Group’s beers now carry responsible drinking information, bringing this to 85% of total volumes and in reach of the 2017 target of 100%. The 2016 Sustainability Report describes how sustainability is embedded in the Carlsberg Group’s new corporate strategy, SAIL’22. It provides an updated materiality matrix, a new end-to-end carbon footprint analysis and an updated water risk assessment. About sustainability in the Carlsberg Group: The Carlsberg Group’s four sustainability priority areas are: Energy & carbon, Water, Responsible drinking and Health & safety. The same holistic approach is applied in all four areas and integrated throughout the value chain. In practice, this means embedding sustainability in existing corporate strategy and business processes, developing policies to ensure that standards are met, collaborating with partners to achieve scale, and setting measurable targets to track progress both year on year and in the longer term. Learn more about sustainability in the Carlsberg Group: www.carlsberggroup.com/sustainability


News Article | February 24, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

Since 2015, the Carlsberg Group has delivered reductions of 6% in energy consumption (kWh/hl), 14% in CO2 emissions (kg CO2/hl) and 6% in water consumption (hl/hl). Meanwhile, 17% of the Group’s energy consumption now comes from renewable sources such as biomass, solar power and certificates with guarantees of origin. The Group has also inaugurated a solar panel installation at its facility in Dali, China, that is the fourth largest brewery installation of its kind in the world. “In 2016, we continued our efforts to improve our sustainability performance by further reducing energy consumption, CO2 emissions and water usage. We're pleased that all three areas delivered progress faster than anticipated, and we are now taking our sustainability efforts even further as part of our Group Strategy, SAIL’22” says Simon Boas Hoffmeyer, Sustainability Director, Carlsberg Group. The Carlsberg Group also further expanded its efforts to reduce drink driving, prevent sales to people under the legal age and provide consumers with more detailed and easily accessible information about ingredients, nutrition and responsible drinking. A further 31% of the Group’s beers now carry responsible drinking information, bringing this to 85% of total volumes and in reach of the 2017 target of 100%. The 2016 Sustainability Report describes how sustainability is embedded in the Carlsberg Group’s new corporate strategy, SAIL’22. It provides an updated materiality matrix, a new end-to-end carbon footprint analysis and an updated water risk assessment. About sustainability in the Carlsberg Group: The Carlsberg Group’s four sustainability priority areas are: Energy & carbon, Water, Responsible drinking and Health & safety. The same holistic approach is applied in all four areas and integrated throughout the value chain. In practice, this means embedding sustainability in existing corporate strategy and business processes, developing policies to ensure that standards are met, collaborating with partners to achieve scale, and setting measurable targets to track progress both year on year and in the longer term. Learn more about sustainability in the Carlsberg Group: www.carlsberggroup.com/sustainability


News Article | February 24, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

Since 2015, the Carlsberg Group has delivered reductions of 6% in energy consumption (kWh/hl), 14% in CO2 emissions (kg CO2/hl) and 6% in water consumption (hl/hl). Meanwhile, 17% of the Group’s energy consumption now comes from renewable sources such as biomass, solar power and certificates with guarantees of origin. The Group has also inaugurated a solar panel installation at its facility in Dali, China, that is the fourth largest brewery installation of its kind in the world. “In 2016, we continued our efforts to improve our sustainability performance by further reducing energy consumption, CO2 emissions and water usage. We're pleased that all three areas delivered progress faster than anticipated, and we are now taking our sustainability efforts even further as part of our Group Strategy, SAIL’22” says Simon Boas Hoffmeyer, Sustainability Director, Carlsberg Group. The Carlsberg Group also further expanded its efforts to reduce drink driving, prevent sales to people under the legal age and provide consumers with more detailed and easily accessible information about ingredients, nutrition and responsible drinking. A further 31% of the Group’s beers now carry responsible drinking information, bringing this to 85% of total volumes and in reach of the 2017 target of 100%. The 2016 Sustainability Report describes how sustainability is embedded in the Carlsberg Group’s new corporate strategy, SAIL’22. It provides an updated materiality matrix, a new end-to-end carbon footprint analysis and an updated water risk assessment. About sustainability in the Carlsberg Group: The Carlsberg Group’s four sustainability priority areas are: Energy & carbon, Water, Responsible drinking and Health & safety. The same holistic approach is applied in all four areas and integrated throughout the value chain. In practice, this means embedding sustainability in existing corporate strategy and business processes, developing policies to ensure that standards are met, collaborating with partners to achieve scale, and setting measurable targets to track progress both year on year and in the longer term. Learn more about sustainability in the Carlsberg Group: www.carlsberggroup.com/sustainability


News Article | February 24, 2017
Site: globenewswire.com

Since 2015, the Carlsberg Group has delivered reductions of 6% in energy consumption (kWh/hl), 14% in CO2 emissions (kg CO2/hl) and 6% in water consumption (hl/hl). Meanwhile, 17% of the Group’s energy consumption now comes from renewable sources such as biomass, solar power and certificates with guarantees of origin. The Group has also inaugurated a solar panel installation at its facility in Dali, China, that is the fourth largest brewery installation of its kind in the world. “In 2016, we continued our efforts to improve our sustainability performance by further reducing energy consumption, CO2 emissions and water usage. We're pleased that all three areas delivered progress faster than anticipated, and we are now taking our sustainability efforts even further as part of our Group Strategy, SAIL’22” says Simon Boas Hoffmeyer, Sustainability Director, Carlsberg Group. The Carlsberg Group also further expanded its efforts to reduce drink driving, prevent sales to people under the legal age and provide consumers with more detailed and easily accessible information about ingredients, nutrition and responsible drinking. A further 31% of the Group’s beers now carry responsible drinking information, bringing this to 85% of total volumes and in reach of the 2017 target of 100%. The 2016 Sustainability Report describes how sustainability is embedded in the Carlsberg Group’s new corporate strategy, SAIL’22. It provides an updated materiality matrix, a new end-to-end carbon footprint analysis and an updated water risk assessment. About sustainability in the Carlsberg Group: The Carlsberg Group’s four sustainability priority areas are: Energy & carbon, Water, Responsible drinking and Health & safety. The same holistic approach is applied in all four areas and integrated throughout the value chain. In practice, this means embedding sustainability in existing corporate strategy and business processes, developing policies to ensure that standards are met, collaborating with partners to achieve scale, and setting measurable targets to track progress both year on year and in the longer term. Learn more about sustainability in the Carlsberg Group: www.carlsberggroup.com/sustainability

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