Carlsberg increases ownership in Cambodian brewer to 75%

INDIA – Carlsberg, one of the leading brewery groups in the world, has increased its ownership in the Cambodian brewer Cambrew Limited (Cambrew) by 25% and as a result, the Carlsberg Group now owns 75% of Cambrew. According to the company, Cambrew is among the largest brewers in Cambodia. Its largest beer brand – the…

Carlsberg, Brooklyn Brewery collaborate to open new craft brewery in Lithuania

UK - Carlsberg A/S, the Denmark based global brewer has collaborated with Brooklyn Brewery to open a new craft beer site at Svyturys Brewery set to begin production in Lithuania. The site, located in Klaipeda port area in Lithuania features a modern craft beer line, beer museum, gastrobar and shop, and conference and degustation halls.…

Carlsberg considers Indian Listing to tap growing market for ‘foreign beer’

INDIA- Danish global brewer, Carlsberg Group is planning for local listing for its Indian operations in a bid to grow its market share in the beer business dominated by United Breweries. According to an article by the Bloomberg, Carlsberg may be attracted by the high valuations in the Indian stock market, where United Breweries trades…

Carlsberg India introduces a beer crafted ‘Carlsberg Smooth’

INDIA - Carlsberg India, the global brew company that produces and supplies beer, has announced the launch of Carlsberg Smooth, a premium mild beer made with the finest European Barley for a rich and smooth taste. According to the company, the new brew is a combination of classic and modern portfolio, with superior quality from…

Carlsberg’s Nancy Cruickshank quits board for digital role

DENMARK - Carlsberg’s member of Supervisory Board, Nancy Cruickshank has stepped down from the board to take up a new role as Senior Vice President Digital Business Transformation effective 8 May 2018. Carlsberg said following the announcement, they have initiated a search for new member of the board. Nancy joined the European brewer’s board in…

Carlsberg launches new alcohol-free beer brand to meet demand

DENMARK - Carlsberg A/S, the European global brewer has unveiled Birell, a new alcohol-free beer brand available in two styles that is, Pilsner Lager and Belgian Wit driven by strong consumer demand. According to Carlsberg, although the brand has no alcohol, it portrays the same characteristics desired by consumers including body, mouthfeel, foam and great…

Carlsberg India establishes new brewery in Karnataka

INDIA – Carlsberg has established a new brewery in Karnataka, India with the aims to further strengthen its capacity and foothold in the southern region, reinforcing its commitment to India and strengthening its increasing footprint in the country. According to the company, the establishment of this new brewery is an aspirational step to further strengthen…

Carlsberg Group CEO joins WEF’s Alliance of CEO Climate Leaders

DENMARK – Carlsberg Group CEO Cees ’t Hart, has joined the CEO Climate Leaders, an organization that brings together the private sector to support concrete, business-led climate solutions and innovations. The group of 79 chief executives came together with a belief that the private sector had a responsibility to actively engage in global efforts to…

Carlsberg achieves zero carbon emissions at Swedish brewery

SWEDEN - Carlsberg Sverige has managed to reduce its carbon emissions to zero from its energy sources by utilising 100% biogas and green electricity at its Swedish Falkenberg brewery. The brewery has reduced its carbon emissions from thermal energy and electricity to zero through an initiative that has targeted the elimination of ozone depleting energy…

Carlsberg invests in beer flavours and aromas project

DENMARK – Danish brewer Carlsberg has announced a multi-million-dollar investment in a research study with the purpose of measuring and sensing flavors and aromas in beer, called The Beer Fingerprinting Project. The Beer Fingerprinting Project is a development of a sensor platform that holds enormous potential for broader research and facilitate new start-ups in the…