Forecasts for 2019: how the beer market in the UK will develop
In 2019, several interesting trends were observed in the craft beer market: the growing popularity of NEIPA, the emergence of many new sauers and (finally) the return of high-quality lagers.…

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Beer guide in Warsaw
  Warsaw is the capital and largest city of Poland. Developed infrastructure, European standards of urban planning and a great history. All this intertwined in this city and formed its…

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Try Belgium for a taste: Belgian beer festival takes place in Minsk
It is believed that the first Belgian beer appeared during the Crusades in the XII century. Local monasteries brewed and sold beer to earn on charitable deeds. In addition, it…

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The best trends in the US beer market in 2019

In the beer industry, as in any other, there are always ambiguous phenomena that are not to everyone’s liking. Nevertheless, there is something to love for beer, and therefore VinePair decided to ask beer brewers and beer connoisseurs in the USA what modern trends they like best.

Warning spoiler! Many representatives of the beer industry, with whom we managed to talk, are delighted with the refreshing varieties of bottom fermentation. In addition, the brewers pay tribute to both classical and experimental styles, and some even confessed their love to rather unexpected trends.

So, we present to your attention the best that, according to 20 representatives of the beer industry, is happening in it now. Continue reading

Why breweries produce non-alcoholic craft beer

Sarah Jane Curran,  talks about the growing demand for non-alcoholic craft beer and breweries that already produce such beer. Pivo.by publishes a translation of the material.

According to a new report by Global Market Insights, a global market research company, between 2018 and 2025, the market for non-alcoholic beer and wine in North America will grow from approximately $ 20 to $ 80 million. It is believed that the development of new technologies for creating non-alcoholic beer, as well as increased demand from consumers, will contribute to this. Continue reading

What are “natural flavors” in beer and what are they used for?
Surely in your favorite beer store you have often caught the eye of a bottle with the words "brewed with natural flavors." What does this mean? In fact, it can…

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The eight best beer festivals worth a visit
Beer is one of the favorite alcoholic drinks in the world. Of course, this ancient and respected drink has earned its own international day, which since 2007 began to be…

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Guide to Lost German Beer Styles
Jeff Allworth, in an article on his Beervana blog, parses a few ambiguous and lost beer styles from Germany. Pivo.by publishes a translation of the material. In the last two…

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Try Belgium for a taste: Belgian beer festival takes place in Minsk
It is believed that the first Belgian beer appeared during the Crusades in the XII century. Local monasteries brewed and sold beer to earn on charitable deeds. In addition, it…

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