Need to Prolong Shelf Life of Beers Drives Global Beer Stabilizers Market

San Francisco, California, November 16, 2018: In one of its recent reports, TMR Research discusses at length the market for beer stabilization products and process. Titled, “Beer Stabilizers Market – Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast 2018 – 2028,” it states the market would receive a major impetus from brewers constant quest to increase the shelf life of the alcoholic beverage.

Brewers worldwide are constantly innovating products that are chemically, microbiologically, and physically stable. Polyvinyl polypyrrolidone and regenerable polyvinyl polypyrrolidone (PVPP/R-PVPP) and silica gels can be used to achieve the purpose. Those can remove both biological haze formed from yeast and chemical haze formed of proteins to stabilize the beer. This can up the shelf life of the final product. Hence, the demand in the global beer stabilizers market seems to be rising.

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Another type of product apart from the PVPP/R-PVPP and silica gels available in the market is papain. Derived mainly from Carica Papaya latex, its stellar feature includes its ability to remain inactive in the pasteurization process and a longer active state in the beverage. It can also make it easier to digest the dissolved proteins.

The surging demand in the global beer stabilizers market is obviously because of the rising consumption of alcohol and the thrust on quality by consumers. Currently, Asia Pacific beer stabilizers market is raking in substantial revenue. This is because of the rising usage of stabilizers among brewers with rising demand among consumers for new flavors and variants. Further, rise of new types of craft drinks producers in China, India, and Japan is also proving a boost to the beer stabilizers market in the region.

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Noteworthy players in the global beer stabilizers market include W.R. Grace and Company, Ashland, Eaton, and AB Vickers.