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दुनिया भर में शराब की किल्लत, 20 साल के निचले स्तर पर वैश्विक उत्पादन! SHORTAGE OF LIQUOR IN WORLD....

एक रिपोर्ट में चेतावनी दी गई है कि दुनिया भर में शराब की किल्लत हो सकती है। ऐसा अल निनो जैसी जलवायु घटनाओं की वजह से है। रिपोर्ट में कहा गया है कि इस साल वैश्विक शराब उत्पादन दो दशक के सबसे निचले स्तर तक पहुंचने की उम्मीद है।

बेल और शराब का अंतरराष्ट्रीय संगठन (ओआईवी) के अनुसार जलवायु घटनाओं की वजह से शराब उत्पादन में पांच फीसदी की कमी दर्ज किए जाने की उम्मीद है। अनुमान के अनुसार दक्षिणी गोलार्द्ध खासतौर से चिली और अर्जेंटीना में उत्पादन में कमी आएगी।

इस साल शराब का उत्पादन 20 फीसदी की गिरावट के साथ 259.5 मिलियन हेक्टोलीटर्स (एमएचएल) तक पहुंच जाएगा। इससे 2016 को पिछले दो दशक में सबसे न्यूनतम उत्पादक वर्ष माना जा रहा है।
दक्षिण अमेरिका में शराब उत्पादन में सबसे ज्यादा गिरावट
इटली 48.8 एमएचएल के साथ शराब का शीर्ष उत्पादक है लेकिन उसके उत्पादन में 2015 की तुलना में दो फीसदी की गिरावट आएगी। उसके बाद 12 फीसदी गिरावट के साथ 41.9 एमएचएल और 37.8 एचएचएल के साथ क्रमश: फ्रांस और स्पेन क्रमश: दूसरे और तीसरे पायदान पर है।

​शराब उत्पादन में सबसे ज्यादा गिरावट दक्षिण अमेरिका में दर्ज की जाएगी। अर्जेंटीना में 35 फीसदी और चिली में 21 फीसदी उत्पादन घटी है।

America Is Facing a Shortage of One of Its Favorite Liquors

The news: Bourbon lovers, prepare to freak out. Distilleries will soon be unable to produce enough delicious booze to keep up with demand, and while bourbon producers have been aware of the problem for over a year, it may soon blossom into a full-scale shortage.
"The bourbon boom shows no signs of letting up ... Despite the increase in distillation over the past few years, bourbon demand still outpaces supply. The overall bourbon category is experiencing 5% growth, but premium brands are up nearly 20% from last year. Bourbon must be matured in new oak barrels and Buffalo Trace ages many of its barrels for eight to ten years, and some over two decades. That's a long time to wait for a bottle of bourbon. Not to mention, with the amount of bourbon lost to evaporation over time, barrels are half empty after ten years. The increase in sales, coupled with the aging process and evaporation loss, leads to a shortage with no end in sight."
Distillers also warned that a projected two-year shortage in the number of new American oak barrels needed to properly age the whiskey will further impose constraints on supply. A shortfall in the lumber harvest thanks to a harsh, wet winter caused problems for loggers, meaning that the lack of barrels will persist for some time.
"There is definitely a shortage of barrels on the marketplace," Evanston, Illinois' Few Spirits founder Paul Hletko told The Spirits Business. "I have friends that have had to spend $100,000 on new stainless steel tanks to put their new make spirit into while they wait for new barrels. People have been talking about it for a few months, but the full pain is just starting to be felt."
The background: As Esquirepointed out, "We are living through a tremendous reversal in attitudes towards whiskey," with the liquor of choice 10 years ago being vodka. Now it's "a fetish object of the young, urban, and image-conscious" (you know, hipsters) and sales have spiked accordingly. Premium whiskey will be especially hard to find. Single-malt scotches, usually aged 12 years or more, have increased in popularity twofold over the past decade, while super-premium bourbon has tripled in sales. And the world is soaking up American whiskey as well, with exports rising from under $400 million in 2002 to $1 billion in 2013.

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