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High popularity of craft beers to drive beer stabilizer demand

High popularity of craft beers to drive beer stabilizer demand
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Selbyville, Delaware, United States, November 4 2020 (Wiredrelease) Global Market Insights, Inc –:The global beer stabilizers market has been witnessing a rather integral role in the beverage industry for a while now, due to the increasing consumption of beer across the world. As of 2018, there were nearly 10,150 active breweries across Europe exporting approximately 77 million hectoliters of beer.

Beer stabilizers primarily assist in the removal of biological and chemical haze from the beverage to improve the shelf life. They facilitate the control of the pH of the brewing water used. The quality of the brewing is mostly overlooked by some brewers. The economic improvement among people in both developing as well as developed nations over the years has led to considerable lifestyle changes. 

The emerging countries, in particular, have witnessed a robust increase in the number of men and women working which has supported the eating-out culture. Countries like Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, India, China, Thailand, and South Korea have witnessed an notable increase in the number of bars, pubs, clubs, and lounges that serve beer due to the demand for the beverage among various age groups and bolstering beer stabilizers market trends. 

Expanding tourism sector : A major factor amplifying the demand for beer includes the rise in tourism over the years in the Asia Pacific region, which has led to the establishment of hotels, bars, and eateries that serve the beverage. For instance, during the year 2018, Thailand witnessed a total tourist footfall of 38,178,000 people. This has encouraged the sale of alcoholic beverages in the region.

Demand for low-calorie beverages : The penetration of low-alcohol and alcohol-free beer has complemented growth in the beer stabilizers industry. The rise in the diet-conscious population has steered the demand for gluten-free, low-calorie flavored beers. For instance, Anheuser-Busch had introduced Budweiser Zero in July 2020, which is a zero-alcohol, zero-sugar brew which will be made available in 12-pack cans.

Emergence of craft beers : According to the U.S. Brewers Association, in the year 2019, the total valuation of the craft beer market stood at USD 29.3 billion, registering a 6% increase in dollar sales growth. Increasing count of microbreweries along with the need to improve the beer stability and the overall economics will enhance the growth opportunities for beer stabilizer manufacturers. 

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COVID-19 and its effect on the sale of beer : The coronavirus pandemic has widely affected the sale of beers due to the restriction on the working of bars and restaurants to avoid overcrowding at public places. According to a news published in August 2020, more than 500 new cases in Canada were linked to exposure at public places. However, to revive the economy, governments are gradually introducing relaxations. This will help boost the beer industry. 

Extensive use of silica as a beer stabilizer : Silica is a widely used beer stabilizer due to its easy availability and feasibility. Silica helps in considerably reducing the level of haze that may form in the finished beer. It works by removing small polypeptides or proteins that may react with polyphenols, which are the basis for the most common kinds of beer haze. Silica gel can prolong the beer storage period by 180 to 240 days and helps in absorbing the proteins that may cause beer turbid within minutes. 

Silica gel may be used in the form of xerogel and hydrogel which will support the sales of the stabilizer in the coming years. Beer stabilizer producers are working towards improving their offerings to meet the demands of the consumers. Some of the notable market players include SINCHEM, W.R. Grace and Company, Gusmer Beer, and QINGDAO MAKALL Group, among various others. 

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