Non-Alcoholic Beer Market to amass huge gains by 2024, dealcoholisation technology to play major role
Date: 2019-06-12   Author: Rahul Sankrityayan  Category: #news

Non-Alcoholic Beer Market to amass huge gains by 2024, dealcoholisation technology to play major role

An analysis of Non-Alcoholic Beer Market has been provided in the latest report introduced by Global Market Insights, Inc. that primarily focuses on the market trends, demand spectrum, and prospects of this industry over the forecast period. Furthermore, the report provides a detailed statistical overview in terms of trends outlining the geographical opportunities and contributions by prominent industry share contenders.

Over the past decade, the non-alcoholic beer market share has expanded at an exceptional pace courtesy a marked increase in the preference for low liquor content beverages. Moreover, the rising disposable incomes, particularly among the middle-class populace, has further boosted the growth potential of non-alcoholic beer industry.

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Concurrently, it would be prudent to mention that the worldwide per capita alcohol consumption has slumped since past few years – a factor that has encouraged prominent non-alcoholic beer market players to launch refined products. For instance, one of the foremost industry participant Heineken has recently released a new version of its flagship product, Heineken 0.0, a zero-alcohol lager with 69 calories per 33cl bottle. Apparently, the chief intention of Heineken to launch this new product is to offer the right taste of non-alcoholic beers to its consumers in Europe.

Owing to an exponential rise in health awareness and changing consumption patterns, non-alcoholic beer market share has expanded commendably in the past few years. However, there have been a few factors which have caused a considerable uneasiness across the non-alcoholic beer industry space. Apparently, one of the major obstacles to have hindered the product penetration has been the apprehension among consumers that the non-alcoholic beer is tasteless. In order to enhance the taste of alcohol-free beer, researchers around the globe, of late, have been working relentlessly to devise unique brewing methods.

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For instance, scientists at the University of Valladolid in Spain have reportedly developed a novel technique that would ensure non-alcoholic beer tastes just like the boozy version. Given that the alcohol in beer acts as a solvent for numerous aromatic compounds, it is quite a strenuous process to recover them once lost. However, the latest technique is said to comprise a semipermeable membrane that separates the two portions, a gaseous phase of aromatic compounds and a liquid phase of alcohol, from alcoholic beer. Subsequently, the gaseous phase can then be condensed, extracted, and added to alcohol-free drinks.

Non-alcoholic Beer Market, By Technology

  • Restricted fermentation
  • Dealcoholization

Non-alcoholic Beer Market, By Sales Channel

  • Liquor stores
  • Convenience stores
  • Supermarkets
  • Online stores
  • Restaurants & bars

Concurrently, it has also been said that the latest technique demonstrates the progress in manufacturing ‘alcohol-free’ varieties of beer more palatable for the costumers. This would, in turn, assist the prominent non-alcoholic beer industry participants to focus on developing an assortment of new products in the ensuing years.

Asia Pacific alcohol free beer market accounted for over 18% of the industry share in 2016. Rapid urbanization and the emergence of the middle-class population are the major factors fueling regional industry growth. China, India, Japan, and Australia are the prominent market owing to the rising consumer income trend is supporting non-alcoholic beverages market growth.

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Europe market is anticipated to witness growth over 6.5% up to 2024. Growing popularity among athletes and sportsperson owing to its health benefits will foster market demand during forecast time. In European countries maximum allowed alcohol content in non-alcoholic beer is less than 0.5% v/v. This region is expected to witness high industry growth owing to the strong presence of breweries and manufacturers.

Global low alcohol beer market share is partly consolidated and competitive in nature owing to the large presence manufacturers and breweries. Carlsberg, Heineken N.V, Arpanoosh, Behnoush Iran, Coors Brewing Company, Drop Brewing Co, Bernard Brewery, Suntory, Erdinger Weibbrau, and Kirin are key industry players. Other companies include Moscow Brewing Company, Krombacher Brauerei, and Anheuser-Busch InBev SA. Increasing competition and emergence of new entrants are expected to encourage new product development.

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