Humans have been producing beer for over 5,000 years, and it has become our most consumed alcoholic beverage worldwide. But is brewing an art or a science? The rise of the craft beer segment suggests that many of us perceive it as an art, but machine learning is gradually reinventing both the process and product development aspects of this traditional industry.
Would you ever buy a craft beer whose taste is constantly changing? A UK startup is challenging the way companies approach product development by leveraging Machine Learning to improve its beer recipes based on drinkers’ feedback.
Heineken engages in co-creation with its global consumers as a core part of its innovation strategy.
With water scarcity worsening, ABInBev still uses more than 32 liters of water for every 1 liter of beer it produces. Is the company doing enough to mitigate the risk of increased water scarcity caused by climate change?
Why move without beer when you can move with beer?
This paper examines how the supply chain and manufacturing process of a key player in the U.S. beer making industry, the Molson Coors Brewing Company, is being (and will be) impacted by climate change, how the company is responding, and additional actions that could be taken to minimize longer-term impacts.
Water accounts for about 95% of the composition of beer, and it is also a crucial agricultural input for barley and hops. Given this significance, water supply risk mitigation should be a major focus for the Brewers Association and their membership of over 4,100 small independent craft brewers.
How Diageo is relying on drought-resistant crops to improve their water efficiency and increase sales in emerging markets
Mexican beers such as Corona are growing the US beer market – but can their maker adapt to a new world of trade?
Global beer company AB-InBev has made great strides over the past few years to address global climate change's affect on their supply chain.