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Absolute Alcohol (Ethanol) from Molasses
Absolute Alcohol (Ethanol) from Molasses
ISBN Number:PROJECT REPORT
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MARKET SURVEY CUM DETAILED TECHNO
ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY REPORT covers
 
Introduction
Uses and Applications
Properties
Market Survey with future aspects
Present Manufacturers
Detailed Process of Manufacture
Formulations
B.I.S. Specifications
Process Flow Sheet Diagram, Plant Layout,
Cost Economics with Profitability Analysis
Capacity
Land & Building Requirements with Rates.... read more

ALCOHOL BASED DEODORANT MANUFACTURING
ALCOHOL BASED DEODORANT MANUFACTURING
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ALCOHOL BASED DEODORANT MANUFACTURING
[CODE NO.1840]

     Deodorant perfume spray is a innovated concept and is used =o remove bad odour from the body and is mild in perfumery nodes and sometimes it called aerosol deodorant body spray.


     The product is easily spreadable over the surrounding and volatile in nature.

     Deodorant perfume spr.... read more

ALCOHOL FROM MAHUA FLOWERS
ALCOHOL FROM MAHUA FLOWERS
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ALCOHOL FROM MAHUA FLOWERS
[CODE NO.2019]


Energy is the lifeline of global economy, diminishing fossil fuel reserves and increased concerns over environmental pollution accelerated the need to look for renewable and environmentally sustainable energy sources. In this context, ethanol derived from biomass is means to meet our energy needs. Bioethanol is a sustainable and renewable transportation fuel that is a promising substitute to gasoline and r.... read more

Alcohol from Tapioca Starch
Alcohol from Tapioca Starch
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MARKET SURVEY CUM DETAILED TECHNO
ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY REPORT covers
 
Introduction
Uses and Applications
Properties
Market Survey with future aspects
Present Manufacturers
Detailed Process of Manufacture
Formulations
B.I.S. Specifications
Process Flow Sheet Diagram, Plant Layout,
Cost Economics with Profitability Analysis
Capacity
Land & Building Requirements with Rates.... read more

ALCOHOLIC DRINKS FROM ETHYL ALCOHOL BY MIXING OF VARIOUS FLAVOURS (FLAVOURED ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES)
ALCOHOLIC DRINKS FROM ETHYL ALCOHOL BY MIXING OF VARIOUS FLAVOURS (FLAVOURED ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES)
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MARKET SURVEY CUM DETAILED TECHNO
ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY REPORT covers

 
•            Introduction
•            Properties
•            BIS (Bureau of Indian Standard) Specifications & Requirements
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BEER & WINE
BEER & WINE
ISBN Number:PROJECT REPORT
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MARKET  SURVEY CUM  DETAILED  TECHNO 
ECONOMIC FEASIBILITY  REPORT covers
 

Introduction
Uses and  Applications
Properties
Market   Survey  with   future   aspects 
Present Manufacturers 
Detailed  Process of  Manufacture 
Formulations
B.I.S. Specifications
Process Flow Sheet Diagram, Plant  .... read more

BEER FROM POTATO
BEER FROM POTATO
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Major brands of Mysore Breweries include Knockout, Bengal Premium, Pals Premium, and Seven Stars. It has two breweries in Aurangabad and Bangalore, with a total capacity of 450,000 hl. Mysore Breweries was to set up its third brewery in Andhra Pradesh, the fastest growing beer market.  Mysore Breweries and Singapore-based subsidiary of Heineken NV, Asia-Pacific Breweries, which manufactures the popular Tiger brand, are exploring the chances of setting up of a joint ven.... read more

Beer Industry - Techno Economic Feasibility Report
Beer Industry - Techno Economic Feasibility Report
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BEER INDUSTRY


Among the alcoholic drinks, Beer is quite common and popular in almost every Country of the World.  People of different Countries take beer in varying much like a soft drink in European Countries it is just a substitute of water.  The alcoholic contents and main source stuff also keep varying according to the tests of the major part of population of the particular country although it is a fashion to ask for beer of.... read more

BEER INDUSTRY (BREWERY)
BEER INDUSTRY (BREWERY)
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                                                  BEER INDUSTRY (BREWERY)

In India, ‘drinking’ has remained a bad word, clubbed with the other vices. While the beer and liquor ma.... read more

BEER INDUSTRY (WITH GOVERNMENT FACILITY)
BEER INDUSTRY (WITH GOVERNMENT FACILITY)
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                               BEER INDUSTRY (WITH GOVERNMENT FACILITY)


Among the alcoholic drinks, Beer is quite common and popular in almost every Country of the World.  People of different Countries take beer in varying much like a soft drink in Eur.... read more

BEER PLANT
BEER PLANT
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MARKET  SURVEY CUM  DETAILED  TECHNO 
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  • Introduction
  • Uses and  Applications
  • Properties
  • Market   Survey  with   future   aspects 
  • Present Manufacturers 
  • Detailed  Process of  Manufacture 
  • Formulations
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BOTTLING OF WHISKY
BOTTLING OF WHISKY
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                                                BOTTLING OF WHISKY


The  alcohol  industry is very important for the  government.  It generates an estimated Rs. 16,000 crore per .... read more

The Indian market for alcohol — mostly spirits and beer, as well as wine — totaled $14 billion last year, and was one of the fastest-growing alcohol markets in the world. Imports account for only a tiny fraction of that, but with India booming while demand elsewhere stalls, no international beverage company can afford to ignore it. Over the next five years, the Indian market for alcohol is projected to grow at 10% a year — more than in China, the U.S. and Europe combined, according to an estimate by KPMG India. "You've got a sizable population, a growing middle class, a growing economy," says Nigel Fairbrass, a spokesman for SAB Miller, one of the world's largest brewers. "All of that is driving increasing consumption of alcohol products."
India has grown into the largest whisky market by volume in the world, and the four biggest selling Indian brands sell more cases per year globally than the entire Scotch business combined
Whisky and India are intrinsically linked. Boasting the largest whisky market in the world by volume, India is also home to the world’s second largest distiller—Vijay Mallya-owned UB Group. Whiskymaking is serious business in India
However, this was not always the case. Distillation of spirit was introduced to the country in a major way at the time of the British Raj, with entrepreneurs looking to satisfy the palate of the newly settled colonial communities with their own, Indian-made versions of whisky, gin, rum and vodka. These spirits became known in Asia as locally made foreign liquor and across India as Indian-made foreign liquor (IMFL).
One example of distillation taking a foothold is the Kasauli distillery, the oldest continually used distillery in Asia, established in the late 1820s by a gentleman named Edward Dyer. Dyer brought his brewing and distilling equipment from England and Scotland with some of the original equipment, such as the copper pot stills—so important in spirit-making—still in use today. The location of the distillery was deliberate as Dyer was keen to find a place in India with a climate similar to that of Scotland, but with the added bonus of a market of British troops and civilians in Shimla and elsewhere in Punjab to sell his products to.
As the appetite for homemade products grew, so did the production levels, and India now boasts of some of the largest selling liquor brands in the world. But if one is to travel internationally, he will rarely see these brands outside the country. So what has developed in the last 150 years for the average IMFL to have not found its way outside the home market; why is it so?
Sales of whisky have been on a steady incline for the past decade, with newer markets in the Far East, the Baltic states and South America helping to play a major role in reclaiming whisky from the domain of the snobs, or, indeed, the traditional image of the inebriated octogenarian sitting propping up the bar, nursing a tumbler of his favourite blend. Thanks to the huge popularity of TV series such as Mad Men and Boardwalk Empire, which feature a host of classic whisky cocktails (as well as some superbly sharp suits), mixing up a Whisky Sour or an Old Fashioned has helped the drink attract a more culturally aware audience, that is looking for a greater complexity of flavour in its favourite tipples.
“The perception of whisky around the world has so many different views that the list is almost endless,” highlights George Grant, director of sales at the Glenfarclas distillery. “In Scotland, it is the national drink, whereas in India, it is almost a right or a ‘must have’ entitlement. In the USA, it is seen as something elusive, and the drink that signifies that yes…you have ‘made it’,” he continues. “But generally, whisky around the world is seen as something to aspire to.
 

 
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