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Brewing enzymes market to establish its space in the sustainability landscape, North America to emerge as revenue pocket

Author : Rahul Sankrityayan | Published Date : 2019-04-03 

Charles Wells’ recent sale of the Bedford brewery to Marston’s is one of the many deals that indicates the developments in brewing enzymes market. The deal, supposedly signed for a valuation of GBP 55 million, grants Marston’s, the brewer & pub operator, the complete, exclusive business and beer distribution rights, thereby augmenting the position of the manufacturer in the regional brewing enzymes industry. The extensive demand for beer and alcoholic beverages on a universal level is one of the many principal drivers fueling the demand for brewing enzymes market.

As per estimates, beer production surpassed around 1.9 billion hectolitres in 2016, with China alone contributing around 430 million hectolitres to this amount. The same year recorded consumer expenditure on alcoholic beverages to exceed USD 222 billion globally. These estimates provide copious evidence to the fact that brewing enzymes industry is undoubtedly here to stay, having held a valuation of more than USD 240 million in 2017.

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Unveiling the enzyme landscape of brewing enzymes industry: Current and Future Trends

Amylases ensure that the mashing process is consistent and uniform, without any irregularities. Furthermore, these enzymes ensure enhanced fermentation and filtration – which are the key factors contributing toward high-quality beer production. In the light of these properties, amylases held more than 32% of the brewing enzymes market share in 2017. It has been forecast that this segment will stand to gain substantial returns over the forthcoming years, possibly with reference to the fact that its usage leads to the rising production of fermentable glucose during beer production. Summating this driver with the fact that the demand for beer has been rising exponentially across numerous geographies, especially North America and Asia Pacific, will unquestionably carve a profitable growth map for brewing enzymes industry from amylases over 2018-2024.

A research report by Global Market Insights, Inc., segments brewing enzymes market into xylanases, proteases, amylases, and beta-glucanases. Alpha-amylase and beta-amylase are particularly considered the most crucial enzymes contributing toward beer production, making amylases one of the most lucrative product segments of brewing enzymes industry. While both are vital indicators of the malt quality and are completely responsible for the release of fermentable sugars from starch during the mashing segment of wort production, it is to be remembered that they do have some strikingly varying characteristics. For instance, alpha-amylase is essentially an endo-acting enzyme responsible for hydrolyzing α-1,4 glucose linkages in the starch, while beta-amylase is an exo-acting enzyme that dissects maltose units from the starch.

Unlike amalyses, beta-glucanase is the vital enzyme that contributes toward the hydrolysis of beta-glucans during the malting & mashing processes. Higher levels of beta-glucans deliver high viscosity wort, which are appropriately hydrolyzed by beta-glucanases. Pertaining to the fact that this enzyme imparts excellent filtration, enhances wort separation, and lowers the viscosity levels in the wort, brewing enzymes market from beta-glucanases has been forecast to register a CAGR of 6.5% over 2018/2024. One of the most crucial drivers fueling the adoption of this product across breweries is that it helps enhance the beer quality with unmalted barley. This enzyme has been touted by experts to be a lucrative investment avenue for brewing enzyme market giants.

Brewing enzymes industry: Riding on the emblem of sustainability

Of late, brewing enzymes market has been experiencing a paradigm shift in accordance with the ongoing sustainability trends. It is noteworthy to mention that beer production and distribution had already entered the sustainability terrain when Harboe, the Danish brewery, had launched the use of a new enzyme for beer production in 2009, inscribing its name on the prestigious lineup of brewing enzymes market players that were some of the first ones to proliferate sustainable beer production. The new sustainable beer had apparently been christened Clim8 Beer, which had come into being as a result of the two-year collaboration between Novozymes, the reputed brewing enzymes industry behemoth and Harboe.

The eco-friendly trend still continues to rule the charts, given that brewing enzymes market is highly controlled by changing consumer preferences and a rather stringent regulatory framework. On that note, it is prudent to mention that the beer magnate, Carlsberg, has recently launched a new sustainability program, in a bid to reduce the water usage by 50% and to eliminate carbon footprints by the year 2030. Tentatively titled ‘Together Towards Zero’, the project is categorized into four individually handled sub-projects, namely, Zero water waste, Zero accidents culture, Zero carbon footprint, and Zero irresponsible drinking. Zero carbon footprint is the goal that aims to source 100% of the electricity required at Carlsberg’s breweries by 2022 and also reduce the carbon emissions at these breweries by 30% by 2030. The brewing enzymes industry enterprise, through the Zero water waste program, aims to reduce the amount of water used by its breweries, by 50%.

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Backed by a set of strict reforms, brewing enzymes market is certain to achieve an appreciable growth in the ensuing years. Judging by consumer reactions, it would seem that they are sufficiently content enjoying a glass of this beverage, basking in the valuable know-how of the fact that has indeed been sourced through a brewery that endorses sustainable solutions. Furthermore, the latest preferences of customers have been inching toward consuming beer that has been brewed with 100% unmalted barley, which will undeniably expand the scope for brewing enzymes market in the years to come.

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Rahul Sankrityayan

Rahul Sankrityayan

Fortified with a post-graduate degree in Computer Applications, Rahul Sankrityan writes for Fractovia, where he pens down news and articles spanning across segments of technology industry that excite him on a day-to-day basis. Rahul comes with a rich experience in technical field as well as writing. He can be contacted at- [email protected] | https://twitter.com/sankritsays

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