The global beer fermenter market is anticipated to reach a valuation of US$ 1,152.2 million in 2023. From 2023 to 2033, the market is poised to register growth at a 3.4% CAGR. In 2033, the market’s value is set to reach US$ 1,609.7 million. A beer fermenter is a vessel in which wort is converted into beer through the process of yeast fermentation. The process of fermentation involves yeast consuming sugars present in the wort and producing alcohol and carbon dioxide gas. Beer fermenters are available in different shapes, such as conical, cylindrical-conical, horizontal, and uni tanks.
Consumers can pick from different materials as well, such as stainless steel and glass. While both materials are popular, Future Market Insights (FMI) predicts stainless steel fermenter sales to outperform sales of glass beer fermenters between 2023 and 2033. Glass fermenters allow brewers to observe fermentation, which stainless steel fermenters do not. However, in terms of durability and maintenance, stainless steel fermenters are better as they are easy to clean and do not rust. Brewers also need to be very careful when handling glass fermenters as any instance of mishandling may result in shattered glass.
Beer fermenter sales are predicted to be dominated by leading and emerging names in the commercial beer sector from 2023 to 2033. Sales of large beer fermenters are expected to be exclusive to commercial beer producers and establishments that brew their own beer. These industrial-scale fermenters can produce up to 1,000 gallons of beer in one go.
The Key Trends
FMI’s research has revealed the key factors and trends anticipated to impact the expansion of the beer fermenter market between 2023 and 2033. Expert analysts at FMI have thoroughly assessed them to identify potential market drivers, hindering factors, emerging opportunities, and threats.
The Drivers, Restraints, Opportunities, and Threats identified are as follows:
Demand for large beer fermenters is expected to be driven by players in the commercial beer production sector.
Beer fermenter sales are also anticipated to rise owing to the surging popularity of home brewing.
Fermenters designed for commercial use tend to be expensive, which is likely to limit demand, particularly in developing economies.
Fermenters are complicated to maintain and likely to experience heating and parameter control issues, which are predicted to stall market expansion.
Players are anticipated to capitalize on the growing demand for unique beer flavors worldwide and innovate based on consumer preferences.
Potential bans on alcohol consumption for limiting the substance’s adverse effects are likely to threaten market acceleration.
Germany Expected to Dominate Europe Beer Fermenter Market
Booming German Beer Culture to Drive Country’s Beer Fermenter Sales in the Coming Years
The beer industry in Germany has been a force to reckon with in Europe due to the cultural significance of beer brewing and consumption in the country. Unsurprisingly, the regional dominance of the German beer market is contributing to skyrocketing sales of beer fermenters in the country. German companies control over 60% of the Europe market for beer fermenters and they are recognized globally for the high quality of their products.
Germany has been brewing beer for centuries, and the country’s beer brewing experience is set to contribute to the acceleration of its beer fermenter market. German beer fermenters are among the most highly rated in the world, and they are used by several renowned breweries in Europe. German manufacturers offer a wide range of products, from simple home brew setups to large-scale commercial fermenters.
United Kingdom Beer Fermenters' performance
Microbreweries and Micropubs Expected to Drive Demand for Beer Fermenters in the United Kingdom
The United Kingdom is projected to become a lucrative market for beer ferment machines between 2023 and 2033. This is due to the increasing popularity of craft beer in the country. Right now, the United Kingdom is home to more than 1,000 breweries, and this number is expected to reflect a rapid rise in the coming years.
In the United Kingdom, microbreweries have risen to prominence due to significant Excise Duty reductions. Prior to the 2000s, microbreweries were next to non-existent in the country. However, in 2002, ideas began to be floated that eventually culminated in policy changes that were supportive of establishing microbreweries and micropubs. Campaign for Real Ale (CAMRA), a voluntary consumer organization, has given credit to the United Kingdom’s microbreweries and micropubs in the recent past for creating a ‘real’ ale.
These insights are based on a report on the
beer fermenter market
-By Future Market Insights