Peninsula Beverages, also known as PenBev, officially opened for business in 1940 with its first plant in Marine Drive, Paarden Eiland. Today, 76 years later, more than 1 300 employees work at the various depots and in the state-of-the-art manufacturing plants across the business.
The Breedekloof winery has appointed PB Liquor Merchants as its wine distributor. Since its establishment in 1951, the team at Slanghoek Cellar (Slanghoek) has been driven by a mandate to produce a range of high quality and highly drinkable wines.
Women winemakers are without doubt making major strides in producing some of the best wines in the country. From making the news headlines to clinching top awards and recognition for their wines internationally, our women winemakers are standing tall next to their male counterparts.
Global beverage giant SABMiller and its affiliate ABI are ensuring uninterrupted production and supply of their world-famous beer and soft drink brands. Reliable power supply is a fundamental aspect of this, and SABMiller has installed standby power generation solutions supplied by Cummins at six important facilities nationwide.
Every year, branded business valuation and strategy consultancy Brand Finance puts thousands of the world’s top brands to the test. They are evaluated to determine which are the most powerful and the most valuable by country, by industry and against all other brands worldwide. The most valuable soft drinks brands can be found in the Brand Finance Soft Drinks 25.
There are different types of haze found in beer. One type is non-microbial, which means that it is not related to microbial growth in the product. Non-biological haze formation results from hydrogen bonding between haze-producing proteins and polyphenol constituents in beer. Non-microbiological products act as a template upon which these protein-polyphenol complexes may attach, thereby accelerating haze development. Reducing these protein-polyphenol complexes or preventing them from forming is referred to as colloidal stability.
Johannesburg based beverage supplier Slo-Jo has launched a new range of powdered drinks with no added sugar or aspartame. The range will be available in three on-trend flavours from September, namely Chocolate Decadence, Chai, and Coffee Freezo. Depending on the flavour, the powders can be made into a crush by blending it with ice or a hot drink by adding steamed milk.
Hot on the heels of a report showing that Americans have given up the equivalent of 126 chocolate doughnuts a year by opting to consume bottled water ahead of other non-alcoholic beverages, there’s now evidence that teens are also turning their backs on soft drinks.
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