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Organic beer -  Brief Tables
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  • 28/10/2019
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Organic beer - Brief Tables

Demand for organic beer is on the rise in the European Union. The EU regulation on organic production and labelling of organic products ensures that the same quality standards are respected all over the European Union. The legal provisions cover farming practices, food processing and labelling. The attached brief tables several attention points for brewers who consider organic beer production.

National beer definition
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  • 25/12/2016
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National beer definition

This document provides for an overview of the different national beer definition that applies in the different 28 European Union Countries as well as Turkey, Norway and Switzerland, when such definition exists.

National White/Wheat beer defintion
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  • 25/12/2016
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National White/Wheat beer defintion

This document provides for an overview of the different terms and official definitions, when such official definition exists, that are used or should be applied with regards to white/wheat beer in the 28 European Union Countries as well as Turkey, Norway and Switzerland.

National Radler definition
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  • 25/12/2016
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National Radler definition

This document provides for an overview of the different terms and official definitions, when such official definition exists, that are used or should be applied with regards to Radler in the 28 European Union Countries as well as Turkey, Norway and Switzerland

The European reference Analytical Methods for breweries by EBC
National definition of low and non-alcoholic beer
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  • 25/12/2016
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National definition of low and non-alcoholic beer

This document provides for an overview of the different terms and official definitions, when such official definition exists, that are used or should be applied with regards to non- and low-alcohol beer in the 28 European Union Countries as well as Turkey, Norway and Switzerland.