Beer Essay Topics

Types of Alcoholic Beverages

Beer is the world’s oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic beverage and the third most popular drink overall after water and tea. It is produced by the brewing and fermentation of starches which are mainly derived from cereal grains — most commonly malted barley although wheat, maize (corn), and rice are also used. Alcoholic beverages… View Article

Alcohol and Pregnancy

When a pregnant woman drinks alcohol, the alcohol travels through her blood and into the baby’s blood, tissues, and organs. That means when a pregnant mom has a glass of wine, her baby has a glass of wine, too. Drinking alcohol can harm the baby’s development. Alcohol breaks down much more slowly in the baby’s… View Article

The Reasons We Drink Beer

There are most likely hundreds of reasons, good and bad, why people drink beer. Everyone who drinks beer has their own personal reasons. Beer is a worldwide commonly known and used beverage that has become a part of our society. It’s been brewed and consumed for over several thousand years. Why is this drink so… View Article

The Boston Beer Company

The Boston Beer Company has had amazing success in its transition from a small scale microbrewer to a large scale national brewery. Almost all of the company’s success is due to the Samuel Adams Lager product line, which has hardly changed from the founding of the company in 1984, to the IPO in 1995, to… View Article

Beer Economics – Supply and Demand

The laws of Supply and Demand may be a simple concept except when it comes to beer. Two large beer companies have formed an Oligopoly and have taken the power from the people. Income high, or income low, beer will be purchased even if the price is not always right. A social gathering is not… View Article

Saku Brewery

Saku Brewery is a beer company that has the reputation of being ran by different hands along the years of existence. The company officially started producing beers in 1820 under Count Karl Friedrich von Rehibinder. The brewery was passed along to the Baggo family, who converted it to a modern industrial steam-fired brewery. At the… View Article

Sources of Competitive Advantage

Grolsch’s edge over its competitors relies on two main aspects, packaging and marketing. Its unique swingtop bottle gives the Grolsch brand an appealing and distinctive characteristic that distinguishes it from other premium beers. The swingtop allows for storage of the beer for later consumption as well as eliminates the need for a bottle opener. The… View Article

Exploratory Research Assignment

Canadian’s first choice for an alcoholic beverage? Beer. Not only is beer a refreshing beverage on a hot, sunny day, it plays a big part in the Canadian heritage. The overall beer consumption over the years has been steady, however with increased competition, it is becoming harder for Canadian breweries to keep up with market… View Article

The United States Beer Industry

1.The U.S. brewing industry has become more concentrated over the last two decades for several reasons. a.The consumption of beer has been slowly declining, in order for companies to gain market share, they have to take customers from other companies. This would then lead to some companies to go out of business due to the… View Article

Carlsberg Background and History in Malaysia

The Carlsberg Group is a Danish brewing company founded in 1847 by J. C. Jacobsen after the name of his son Carl. The headquarters are in Copenhagen, Denmark. The company’s main brand is Carlsberg Beer, but it also brews Tuborg as well as local beers. After merging with the brewery assets of Norwegian conglomerate Orkla… View Article

Modelo Corona Beer

Identify and discuss the trends in the global beer markets. There is a common item found at sporting events, entertainment venues, restaurants, bars, and mainly in the refrigerators of Americans. This item is beer. Of the 67% of Americans who consume alcohol 42% prefer beer (Frank Newport, 2010). Beer consumption is continuously increasing not only… View Article

Czech Beer

Czech Republic, in 2004, was announced as the highest beer consuming country per capita in the world, consuming approximately 248 standard 633-milliliter bottles, for a total of 1,878 kiloliters and 156. 9 liters per capita volume, according to a report by the Kirin Research Institute of Drinking and Lifestyle (2005). Not only this, the country… View Article

Six Glasses by Tom Standage

Throughout history certain drinks have marked a trend that has changed the face of the earth. Each drinks including beer, wine, spirits (distilled alcohol), coffee, tea, and coca-cola have been a catalyst for the development of our society. As a result, the alcohol and the caffeine in the drinks have not only quenched our thirst… View Article

The Radical 21 (Argumentative Essay on Legal Drinking Age)

On June 28th, 1984, President Ronald Reagan signed the Minimum Drinking Age Act into law. This was a sad day for America – it marked the verge of a period where brave soldiers sacrificing their lives at war could not even legally enjoy a beer and where 20 year-old couples could not even have a… View Article

Summary on Barrett Seaman’s’ Article

Barrett Seaman writes an article on how binge drinking has become the new thing among college students. He states that he wonders if it would lower the amount of students that binge drink if the drinking age was lowered or are we approaching this issue the wrong way. I agree with Seaman about binge drinking… View Article

Drinking Age

A very controversial issue in today’s society is drinking. Drinking in the United States has been an issue since the start of prohibition; alcohol was never the same in the US after that. It taught people to hide when they are drinking, just like most underage teens do now days. Although, alcohol is treated as… View Article

Beer’s Law Lab

Objective: The purpose of this lab is to demonstrate that there is a linear relationship between the number of molecules that can absorb light present in a solution and the amount of light absorbed by a solution. This lab should prove that Beer’s law and the equation A=a x b x c, is a linear… View Article

Global Forces and the Western European Brewing Industry

In the early years of the 21st century, European brewers faced a surprising paradox. The traditional centre of the beer industry worldwide and home to the world’s largest brewing companies, Europe, was turning off beer. Beer consumption was falling in the largest markets of Germany and the United Kingdom, while burgeoning in emerging markets around… View Article

A Sustainable Competitive Advantage

Operations Management is a key component in the success of any firm. The textbook outlines ten critical areas to focus on for Operational Managers–many firms have developed these one or two of these areas into a competitive advantage. One firm, Anhueser-Busch/InBev has successfully incorporated all ten areas of focus and developed them into a legacy of… View Article

Comprehensive SWOT analysis

New Belgium Brewing Company began with a bike ride of a mountain bike with “fat tires” through Belgium. Inspired by Belgian brewing creativity, Jeff Lebesch an American electrical engineer wondered could he return to Fort Collins and produce the high quality beer like those in Belgium. Lebesch starting experimenting out of his basement and decided… View Article

Alcohol advertisements should be banned

Alcohol is the ingredient found in beer, wine and spirits which causes drunkenness. Abuse of alcohol, or consumption of more alcohol than the body can handle, can lead to liver damage and other debilitating conditions. Alcohol abuse can also lead to alcoholism, or alcohol addiction, in which a person becomes physically and psychologically dependent on… View Article

Boston Beer—Is Greater Growth Possible?

1. Have you ever tried one of the Boston Beer brews? If so, how did you like the taste? Was it worth the higher price? I haven’t tried any one of the Boston Beer brews, so I’m not sure whether I will like its taste. I searched the key word “the Boston Beer” on the… View Article

International Business on Heineken

Identify 2 strategic objectives that your firm had for entering a specific foreign country. In 2010 entered the Latin American market by acquiring the beer businesses of FEMSA in Mexico and Brazil. The FEMSA, Fomento Economico Mexicano is the largest Mexican and Latin American beverage company.1 Reasons for entering this continent is to achieve their… View Article

South Delaware Coors, Inc

Introduction In 1873, German immigrants Adolph Coors and Jacob Schueler established a small brewery in Golden, Colorado. Lately, Coors Inc. had become the third-largest brewer in the United States. Coors invested $2,000 in the operation, and Schueler invested $18,000. In 1880, Coors bought out his partner and became sole owner of the brewery. Coors’ operating… View Article

Case Study on Charlotte Beers at Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide

Being successful in change implementation, the change strategist should understanding the need to change, able to develop a direction that lead the crowd to move forward, obtain support from implementers and recipients and set up plans and structure that facilitate change and encourage continuously improvement. ! Able to understanding the need to changes Charlotte Beer… View Article