COVID-19 to Substantially Increase the Demand for Brewing Adjunct from Key End-use Industry Sectors

Brewing Adjunct Market: Introduction:

Brewing Adjunct is a cost effective supplement for the main mash ingredient for brewing beer. Brewing adjunct are unmalted grains or grain products. Brewing Adjunct is also being used to retain better foam as well as additives. Brewing adjunct are available both in solid and liquid form. Solid brewing adjunct are either starchy adjunct which need to be converted to simpler sugars whereas Liquid adjunct are either sucrose syrups or syrups from a grain which are added directly to the wort kettle and therefore can be used to reduce loading on the mash.

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Brewing Adjunct Market: Segmentation:

Brewing Adjunct market can be segmented into Form, Types and Application.

On the basis of Form, Brewing Adjunct is segmented into Solid and Liquid. Though both formats are being used in large scale in brewing industry, Liquid form of Brewing Adjunct is being anticipated to have slightly higher volume share as compared to its powder format.

On the basis of process type, Brewing Adjunct is segmented into Mashable Adjunct, Kettle Adjunct and others (Fruits, Vegetables, Herbs, Diary, Proteins i.e. Oysters and nuts). Mashable Adjunct is further sub segmented into Corn, Rice, Rye, Oats, Barley, Wheat and Sorghum. Similarly, Kettle Adjuncts is further sub segmented into Cane Sugar, Brown Sugar, Belgian Candi Sugar, Honey, Rice Solids or Syrup. Owing rise in demand for Mashable Adjuncts by brewery companies, the segment is expected to grow at a faster rate in terms of value sales as compared to types of brewing adjuncts.

On the basis of application, the Brewing Adjunct can be segmented into Fermenting Agent, Foam retention agent, Flavoring Agent and others. Among these featured functions, Brewing adjuncts are mainly used as fermenting agent since it act as a cost effective supplement for the main mash ingredient in brewing beer. As a result, the value share for Brewing adjunct as fermenting is being anticipated to be higher as compared to other main applications.

Brewing Adjunct Market: Regional Outlook:

The global Brewing Adjunct market has been categorized into seven key regions including North America and Latin America, Eastern Europe, Western Europe, Asia-Pacific excluding Japan, Japan, and the Middle East & Africa. According to stat, Czech Republic has recorded the highest consumption of beer in the global market. In 2011, 144.8 litres of beer were bought per head of population in the country. On the other hand, in 2015, Germany has recorded the highest production of beer i.e. 95,623(in 1,000hl). Taking in account, the highest production and consumption rate of beer recorded in these two countries and brewing adjunct being used in large quantities as its prime ingredient, European region is being anticipated to have higher volume share as compared to other regions. Moreover the consumption rate of beer in North America and Asia –Pacific specifically in India, China and Australia has witnessed a significant growth rate in terms of consumption. As a result, North America and Asia Pacific are being tagged as the emerging market in Brewing Adjunct market.

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Brewing Adjunct Market: Demand Driver:

Globally, beer consumption and trade have grown significantly over the past few decades. According to United Nations, total beer market is around US$ 250 billion, 2.5 times as large as the global wine market and roughly double the global spirits market. The consumers’ increasing buying power and changing lifestyle are the factors driving the growth of global beer market. As the result, rise in consumption of beer helps drive the demand for brewing adjunct in the global market.

Brewing Adjunct Market: Key Players:

Some of the key players in this market are Cargill Inc., Ingredion Inc., Thomas Fawcett & Sons Ltd, Advanced Enzyme Technologies Ltd, Staas Brewing Company and others.

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