Beer is a fermented alcoholic beverage brewed with traditional methods and ingredients. Malt is the primary source of fermentable sugars in brewing. When yeast is added to the wort, it will convert sugars to alcohol. Hops are introduced in the wort to balance the flavours in beer. Without hops, beer would be sweet. The acids and oils in hops help to balance the flavour and add aroma. Yeast grows and multiplies by consuming the sugar present in malt, and thus, converts sugar into alcohol and releases CO2. Different strains of yeast give different flavours to beers. Hence, manufacturers preserve their specific strains so that the quality of beer is not hampered.
Some of the key players profiled in the global beer market: Asher Brewing Co. (U.S.), Bison Brewing Co. (U.S.), Butte Creek Brewing Co. (U.S.), Eel River Brewing Co. (U.S.), Hopworks Urban Brewery (U.S.), Laurelwood Public House and Brewery (U.S.), and Pisgah Brewing Co. (U.S.)
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The global beer market is segmented into type, ingredients, and packaging. By type, the market is segmented into ale, lager, stouts & porters, and others. By ingredients, the market is segmented into malt, yeast, enzymes, hops, and others. By packaging, it is segmented into can, bottle, and draught. However, the draught segment is anticipated to grow owing to shifting consumer preference towards draught beer.
The Global Beer Market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, and Rest of the World (RoW). Among all the regions, North American region is anticipated to retain its dominance throughout the forecast period and will grow at a steady rate. Asia-Pacific region will be the fastest growing region in the global beer market and will grow at an exponential rate and high growth in emerging economies such as China, India, Japan and ASEAN countries.
The free market structure and less structural rigidities, coupled with high rates of economic and demographic growth, are -directly contributing to the growth of the global beer market. Rising consumer awareness towards product and the willingness to engage in buying healthy goods are some of the elements that come together and fuel the demand for beer, globally. Young consumers are primarily interested and attracted to spend on beer consumption, owing to higher per capita disposable income and diversity in flavors. All such factors trigger and stimulate the demand for beer at the global level.
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