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Alcohol-free Dog-Rose Beer to Appear on Georgian Market

Alcohol-free dog-Rose beer will appear on Georgian market in late September. Shengeli Tokhosashvili from Pankisi Gorge plans to launch sales of the product. Initially, Qisturi beer will be sold in 1, 2 and 5-liter bottles. “Last year I decided to participate in various grant competitions. Initially, I won USAID project …

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The Countries Drinking the Most Beer

When it comes to drinking beer, no one beats the Czechs. A new study by Statista has revealed how much beer people in selected countries consumed last year. In 2017, the average Czech drank 137.38 liters, a huge amount more than second-placed Poland with 98.06. In fact, Eastern European countries …

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Drink Beer and Don’t Think About the Diseases

Drink Beer and Don't Think About the Diseases

Beer is used for preventing diseases of the heart and circulatory system, including coronary heart disease, “hardening of the arteries” (atherosclerosis), heart failure, heart attack, and stroke. It is also used to reduce the chance of death from heart attack and from another heart condition called ischemic left ventricular (LV) …

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Beer Imports Grow in Georgia

Beer imports to Georgia has almost doubled over the past 5 years. Geostat, national statistics service of Georgia, told BMG that beer imports has risen by 45% as compared to 2013, and totaled 11.3 million liters, while the figure was 7.8 million liters in 2013. Beer imports has risen by …

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Beer Industry Grows by 2-3% in Georgia

Nikoloz Khundzakishvili

In 2017 the beer industry grew by about 2-3%, Nikoloz Khundzakishvili, director of Natakhtari corporate affairs, told BM.GE. The sector’s growth would be 5-6% without changes in beer excise tax structure. “Changes in excise tax structure raised prices on a part of products, while another part cheapened. Strong beers with …

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Renewed Company Argo on Georgian Beer Market

After Argo purchased company Castel, Brewery started working on a thorough re-branding. Renewed Argo came back to Georgia beer market with full of interesting news. The modern standards enterprise boldly occupied its place in the international arena.   Within the new sustainable development plan, the company has expanded significantly. The favorite …

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Chief of Turkey’s Beer Giant Anadolu Efes Resigns

Turkey’s largest beer maker Anadolu Efes has announced that Robin Michael Goetzsche, who has been serving as its president and CEO since November 2015, will be leaving his position as of Dec. 31. A statement to the Public Disclosure Platform (KAP) on Nov. 21 said Goetzsche will be leaving due …

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The World’s First Beer Pipeline is Now Open

Cheers! The World's First Beer Pipeline is Now Open

A beer pipeline. It sounds like an ale lover’s wildest dream. It’s no longer a fantasy in the Belgian city of Bruges, where the world’s first beer pipeline opened last week. The two-mile pipe connects the Halve Maan brewery in the city’s historic center with a bottling plant in the suburbs. It’s …

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Georgian Beer Company to Produce the Juices of Foreign Brands

Georgian Beer Company to Produce the Juices of Foreign Brands

“Georgian Beer Company” plans to install the line of juice in 1 week. “German machineries have been already on the road. Thus, in 1 week we will begin the installation processes and then the production will be carried out. In the fall the products will be definitely presented at the market. This will be …

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The First Conceptual Restaurant Kozlovna in Tbilisi

The First Conceptual Restaurant Kozlovna in Tbilisi

Kozlovna was opened for the first time in Czech Republic in 2007. Currently over 30 similar outlets are operating in Czech Repuiblic, Slovakia, Moldova, Russia, Kazakhstan, Turkey and now in Georgia. Czech Beer acquired global popularity and represents a synonym of the highest quality. Kozel is the most popular Czech …

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Carlsberg Sales Fall Flat as Brewer Cautions on Russia, Asia

Carlsberg A/S, the maker of Tuborg beer, reported first-quarter sales that disappointed investors as it offered a gloomier outlook for eastern Europe and Asia. Beer volumes fell 2 percent, missing analysts’ estimates, as declines in Asia and western Europe offset a temporary rebound in its troubled Russian unit, the world’s fourth-largest …

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