Unsere Android Version ist wieder auf dem neuesten Stand
Wir arbeiten fleißig am Relaunch aber in der Zwischenzeit haben wir unsere aktuelle App in der Android Version auf den neuesten Stand gebracht. Folgende Probleme sollten damit gelöst sein: • Allgemeine Kompatibilitäts-Probleme mit Android 9 und späten Android 8 Patches • Anzeige von Bildern in den News usw. • Keine Datenanzeige in der Übersicht im Profil • Anmeldung mittels Facebook-Account Für das Update einfach beertasting.app anklicken und den Play Store Button wählen. Wir wünschen euch weiterhin viel Spass beim Verkosten und Bewerten!
Kirin has launched last week the first beer in the world that is not causing but reducing a beer belly. Kirin Karada Free is a beer that contains matured hop bitter acids (MHBA) of oxidized hops that helps reducing abdominal fat.
A study was conducted in 2016 with 200 male and female overweight individuals aged 20 to below 65 years. The researchers observed that the body weight of consumers with a body mass index of 25 or more and less than 30 kg/m decreased significantly by 0.5% after drinking 12 weeks 350 ml of the test-beverage and in total by 0.6% another 4 weeks later even after the test had already ended while there was no change in body weight in the placebo group. Hip and waist circumferences were also reduced and no clinically relevant abnormal changes in the circulatory, blood and urine parameters were observed. Kirin Karada Free is classified as food with a functional claim (FFC) in Japan which is a fast growing market not only in the Asian country but also around the world. The beer or "beer-taste beverage", as Kirin puts it, has neither alcohol, nor fat and hardly any calories (5 calories per 100 ml). One 350ml can contains 35 mg of MHBA which, in spite of its name, doesn't actually impart any noticeable bitterness or acidity to the beer. Ben K, a journalist with Japan Today who tested the beer was “pleasantly surprised.” The product “has the unmistakable aroma of beer and a refreshing taste which goes down smoothly,” the journalists stated. “Of course, it's not the same as an alcoholic brew, but it's one of the best-tasting non-alcoholic beers we've tried.” The beer went on sale on Oct 15 in convenience stores, supermarkets, drugstores and on e-commerce in Japan. One 350ml can is selling at a retail price of JPY 157 (USD 1.44). For the time being, the company does not plan an international roll-out of the product. Source: inside beer (Link to article: tinyurl.com/yyhsbf58)
The brand new BeerTasting.App has been launched a few days ago. Many new features and a complete redesign are waiting for you! We would love to hear your feedback!
After over 10 months of intense work we finally have relaunched the new BeerTasting.App. It is not only a complete redesign of the old app but we added some new features and tried to optimize the handling for a flawless user experience. New functions and features: - Cheers: Your personal beer counter – get an overview of which beers you trink most. - Like: Show with one click if you like a beer BeerTasting Community - Check the activity feed: Live feed of what´s going on and which beers your friends like - Follow other users - Get notifications of your friends - Personalize your profile with a picture - Check your personal beer statistics - Manage your beer cellar via custom tags - Check your latest scans Various bugfixes and a more stable version
The world largest brewer is prepared to spend Rs 150 crore (USD 21 million) over that time span to design and build the microbreweries within 5-star luxury Taj Hotels across key locations in India.
Taj Hotels runs 84 hotels across India and 16 in other countries around the world, including USA, UK, South Africa and the UAE. It is a subsidiary of IHCL which itself is part of the Tata Group, one of India's largest business conglomerates. Under this partnership AB InBev will manage the brewing business while IHCL will run the outlets. "We will leverage our collective strength to shape the beer category in India. While Taj will bring hospitality excellence and beautiful locations, we have a vast portfolio of craft brands globally and together, that can elevate the country's brew pub experience," Ben Verhaert, President India South Asia, AB InBev told Economic Times India. „The agreement is to open 15 microbreweries within the next 5 years and this will basically allow us to ensure a presence in all major cities of India. The first step of us is to open the first microbrewery in the first half of next year in Bangalore. That’s the first step in our partnership,” Ben Verhaert added in an interview with CNBC. The brewery hopes to open 4 breweries by the end of 2021, according to the manager. "With its diverse collection of over 500 beer brands, AB InBev will be involved in setting up on-site microbreweries at some of our iconic hotels; the first of which will be at Taj MG Road, Bengaluru, followed by Goa, Mumbai and Hyderabad," said Puneet Chhatwal, managing director and chief executive officer of IHCL. AB InBev will not brew its existing beer brands, such as Budweiser, Hoegarden and Corona at the premises but rather new beer styles that are relevant to the Indian customers. Names and beer styles are not decided yet. The announcement came only a few days after AB InBev’s successful second attempt for an IPO of its Asian business unit at Hong Kong’s stock exchange. Source: www.inside.beer (Link to article: tinyurl.com/y26or46w)
The world's largest "Volksfest" welcomed approximately 6.3 million guests from all over the world - to put that number into perspective, 6.3 million people roughly equate to 3 quarters of the population of Germany's neighboring state, Austria. Wow.
Naturally, the amount of Oktoberfestbier that was sold in the two weeks the Oktoberfest was held in, was equally astounding: 7.3 million litres, which is about 2 million gallons. All that beer must have made visitors rather hungry, as over 124 oxen and 29 calves were consumed. In comparison to last year's Oktoberfest, the amount of criminal offenses lessened in 2019. 914 of such incidents were recorded by Munich's policemen, which is around one percent less than in 2018. The number of intoxications lessened, too - the Aicher Ambulanz Union reported around 600 cases of alcoholic intoxications, 120 less than in 2018. But not all is fine and dandy about the Oktoberfest, as inside.beer reports. A lot about it could change fundamentally if a local court follows the ideas of a Bavarian beer tent operator. Walter Hödl, who operated for 19 years a beer tent at the local beer festival in Bad Füssing, Bavaria, sued the Munich breweries because of "accessory to repeated, deliberate and continuing fraud". Sources: www.tz.de inside.beer (Link to article: tinyurl.com/y53m9nrc)