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Despite the upturn in Europe, Heineken said low- and no-alcohol sales around the world fell slightly, to 6.1 million hectoliters from 6.2 million last year.
Italian wine regions also saw their vineyards damaged by frost—as well as drought—this year, but Italy will produce slightly more wines: 47.2 million hectoliters versus France's 36.9 million.
Beer will eventually fill the five 58-hectoliter foeders (58 hectoliters is approximately 1,500 gallons, or about 100 standard-size kegs), along with a 34-hectoliter Calvados cask that rests next to them.
The large-scale production brewhouse, which will brew Guinness Blonde, can brew 100 hectoliters at a time, or more than 21,000 pints.
The Latin American nation produced 105 million hectoliters of beer in 2016, an 8.1 percent increase from a year earlier, according to the country’s beer chamber, vaulting past Germany as the world’s fourth-largest producer.
The craft, specialty and non-alcoholic beer segment’s average net sales per hectoliter are 2.5 times the level of Carlsberg’s core business, offering greater profitability despite higher production costs.
Chief Executive Officer Cees ’t Hart is seeking to double annual sales volume of Grimbergen to more than 2 million hectoliters, Davies said.
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