Beer & beer mix beverages
It’s now widely accepted that keeping an eye on what - and how much - we eat and drink is important for everyday health, and many of us think about moderating our intake of sugar, fat, and alcohol. So, while the global market for many types of beer is rising fast, consumer thirst for alcohol-free, or low–alcohol options is also on the increase. Industry has answered the call, and developed recipes for alcohol-free beers that should satisfy just about every palate. And in today’s competitive markets, breweries are keen to ensure that a lack of alcohol doesn’t mean lower quality, or compromising on taste.
Modern processes may use one of several methods to either completely remove or significantly reduce the amount of alcohol in beer. Primarily, these methods involve either stopping the fermentation process using a centrifugal separator that swiftly removes the yeast from beer at the right moment or using techniques such as membrane filtration to remove the alcohol.
Here at GEA, we offer the industry technologies backed by 145 years’ of experience in end-to-end brewery processes. Today we are one of the most experienced manufacturers of mechanical separation solutions for producing dealcoholized or alcohol-free beer. Breweries around the world trust GEA to provide solutions and support for every stage of the production process. Using tailored, cost-effective GEA systems, breweries of any size can look to optimize their existing processes, and innovate with exciting new recipes to generate market-winning filtered, and unfiltered alcohol-free beers that will become firm favorites with consumers.
Importantly, we don't just offer technologies for removing or reducing the alcohol content, we use our in depth knowledge of the brewery industry and its processes and markets, to help ensure that our customers invest in the best solutions for their products, and to match business expectations, existing plant setup, and capacity.
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