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Title: Brewing Enzymes Market by Application, Form - Global Forecast 2023

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Brewing Enzymes Market - Forecast to 2023
The brewing enzymes market is estimated at USD
352.1 million in 2018. It is projected to reach
USD 484.7 million by 2023, at a CAGR of 6.6 from
2018, in terms of value. The use of enzymes has
become increasingly important in the brewing
industry, as they accelerate the chemical
reaction without a change in their own structure.
To enhance the brewing process, commercial
exogenous enzymes are used in various steps to
make the brewing faster, easier, and more
consistent. The demand for brewing enzymes in the
beer segment is expected to witness significant
growth in the near future, due to the rising
popularity of beer consumption among young
consumers, rise in technological innovations, and
growth in the craft beer segment and number of
microbreweries. Browse 132 market data Tables
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in-depth TOC on "Brewing Enzymes Market - Global
Forecast to 2023 The Asia Pacific region
dominated the brewing enzymes market in 2017 and
is projected to grow at the highest CAGR from
2018 to 2023. The main countries contributing
significantly toward the growth of the market in
the region include Vietnam, China, Australia, and
New Zealand. The Asia Pacific region is
heterogeneous, with diversity in income levels,
technology, and demand for quality beer products,
leading to enhanced scope for future growth.
These factors influence the use of brewing
enzymes in the beer and wine segment. In the
European region, the growth of brewing enzymes
can be attributed to the increase in the
production of wine, flavored beers, and
gluten-free beers. Additionally, the increase in
domestic consumption of premium products with
better taste and quality also drives the
production of beers and wine in Europe. Growth in
the craft beer market acts as a major driver for
the growth in the brewing enzymes market.
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  • The years and periodization considered for the
    study are as follows
  • Base year 2017
  • Beginning of the projection period 2018
  • End of the projection period 2023
  • Report Objectives
  • Identifying attractive opportunities in the
    market by determining the largest and
    fastest-growing segments across regions
  • Analyzing demand-side factors based on the impact
    of macroeconomic factors such as GDP, population
    size, per capita income, the beer wine
    industry, and microeconomic factors such as
    technological advancements, growing innovations,
    and the cost/price of enzymes used in the market
  • Identifying and profiling key players in the
    brewing enzymes market
  • Providing a comparative analysis of the market
    leaders on the basis of the following
  • Product offerings
  • Business strategies
  • SWOT (strengths, weaknesses, opportunities,
  • Key financials
  • Understanding the competitive landscape and
    identifying the major growth strategies adopted
    by players across key regions
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The beer segment to dominate the brewing enzymes
market through 2023. Beer is the major
application in which brewing enzymes are most
widely used. The consumption of brewing enzymes
depends on the amount of beer produced. The major
enzymes that are used to produce beer include
amylase, beta-glucanase, and protease. The
increasing use of brewing enzymes in the beer
segment can be attributed to the high production
of craft beer since it is gaining popularity,
especially among young consumers, due to its new
flavors, varieties, and labels. Further, the
growth of microbreweries is also driving the use
of enzymes in the beer segment. Asia Pacific is
projected to be the fastest-growing regional
market for brewing enzymes. The Asia Pacific
region is projected to be the fastest-growing
market for brewing enzymes over the next five
years, owing to an increase in overall economic
growth, with diversity in income levels,
technology, and demand from end consumers leading
to enhanced scope for future growth. The main
countries contributing significantly toward the
growth of the market in this region are China,
Japan, and Vietnam. The malt that is produced in
China for beer production is facing a deficit in
barley hence, manufacturers are focusing on
building malt production units due to the ongoing
increase in domestic demand. Due to barley
deficit in this region, commercial enzymes are
added to improve the quality of the beer and to
fulfill the domestic demand for beer, which
drives the usage of enzymes in the brewing
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  • Market Ecosystem
  • The various contributors involved in the value
    chain of brewing enzymes include manufacturers,
    suppliers, distributors, importers, and exporters
    of brewing enzymes for manufacturing beer and
    wine. The key players in the brewing enzymes
    market include Novozymes (Denmark), DSM
    (Netherlands), DowDuPont (US), Amano Enzyme
    (Japan), Chr. Hansen (Denmark), Associated
    British Foods (UK), Kerry Group (Ireland),
    Brenntag (Germany), Enzyme Development
    Corporation (US), Aumgene Biosciences (India),
    Biocatalysts (UK), and Enzyme Innovation (US).
  • Target Audience
  • Government and research organizations
  • Associations and industrial bodies
  • Raw material suppliers and distributors
  • Beer and wine producers/processors
  • Opportunities
  • 1. Demand for enzymes to increase beer
    manufacturing efficiency
  • Beer and wine manufacturers continue to look for
    advanced solutions to meet safety standards and
    increase productivity to meet the changes in
    consumer demand for beer and wine. Key beer and
    wine manufacturers are mostly focused on
    increasing the level of efficiency to grow their
    level of volumes for the production of beer.
    Brewers who seek raw material cost savings or use
    of local raw materials may source under-modified
    malts or increase the ration of adjunct.
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2. Emerging economies with high growth
potential. The dominance of nuclear
double-income families, especially in urban areas
in emerging economies contributes to changes in
lifestyles among consumers. Changes in
consumption patterns have led to an increase in
the demand for alcoholic beverages. Challenges 1
. Low malt prices Traditionally, the use of
barley has been limited to 10-20 of the grist
when using high-quality malts. At higher levels
of barley or using under modified malts,
processing becomes more difficult. In such cases,
the mash needs to be supplemented with extra
enzyme activity if the brewer is to benefit from
the advantages of using unmalted barley while
still maintaining brewing performance. Brewers
can add a malt-equivalent blend of a-amylase,
b-glucanase, and protease. However, traditional
brewing practitioners are not inclined towards
the use of industrial enzymes, produced by
genetically modified microorganisms, in the
brewing industry. The use of enzymes such as
amylase, glucanase, and protease is hindered by
these brewing traditions. Drivers 1.
Forecasted high cereal price trend Despite the
high production estimations for cereals, as per
FAO estimates for 2017, their prices are expected
to increase in the coming years owing to a
forecasted downfall in output. Even with the
improved availability of cereals and sugar in the
global market, the price of both these
commodities has seen a sharp rise. The FAO cereal
index also increased by 3.4 from December to a
six month high.
2. Increasing per capita income driving beer
consumption in Asia Pacific Rapid economic and
income growth, urbanization, and globalization
are leading to a dramatic shift in the cultural
patterns in the Asia Pacific region. The fast
pace of lifestyles and consumer willingness to
try out new alcoholic beverages is identified as
a factor responsible for increasing beer
consumption and subsequently driving the demand
for brewing enzymes. Higher levels of income are
resulting in a higher demand for alcohol and
subsequently driving the demand for beer and
wine. The nominal per-capita income is estimated
to grow at a CAGR of 8, which is expected to
fuel the growth of the beer industry and is
expected to result in high demand for brewing
enzyme. Restraint Lack of Uniformity in
Regulations The manufacturers of enzymes are
required to comply with regulations imposed by
different governing agencies such as the Enzyme
Technical Association (ETA), Association of
Manufacturers Formulators of Enzyme Products
(AMFEP), and the Food and Drug Administration
(FDA). Enzymes in the food industry are required
to adhere to the guidelines defined by the Food
Chemicals Codex as well. There is lack of a
uniform regulatory structure for the use of
industrial enzymes, even though stringent
regulations are imposed for their in industries
in the UK, Canada, and the European
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