1.What is beer?
Beer is a low-alcohol fermented wine made from malt and water as main raw materials, adding hops, and fermenting with yeast.
2.Second, the classification of beer
Cooked beer, draft beer, fresh beer, special beer, can also be classified by color
3.import beer customs declaration points
Importers or consignees of imported beer, overseas exporters or agents should first obtain the qualifications for registration as the main body of the imported food market. The registered imported beer importer or its agent shall declare to the customs under the customs declaration place, and the declaration materials shall include the following contents:
1）The document name and number of the contract, invoice, packing list, bill of lading / waybill.
4）The official quarantine (health) certificate and origin certificate of the exporting country (region) (the official origin certificate is required for imported beer from Japan).
4.Import beer label inspection requirements
It should be named according to the prescribed name, and the special name that reflects the true attributes of the beverage should be clearly marked in the prominent position of the label.
2.Raw materials and auxiliary materials
Water, barley malt, hops...
1)The "ingredients" of wine should be guided by "raw materials" or "raw materials and auxiliary materials".
2)Various raw materials and auxiliary materials should be listed in order of increasing amount during the production process.
3)During the brewing or processing, the added water and edible alcohol should be indicated in the ingredient list.
4)Original wort concentration
Take "Original Wort Concentration" as the title and "Plato Degree" symbol "°P" as the unit.
The production date of the label of prepackaged beer shall be marked as the production date, not the packaging date, filling date or packaging (filling) date.
6) Shelf life
Beer with an alcohol content of ≥10%vol can be exempted from marking the shelf life, otherwise it is necessary to mark the shelf life.
(7) Country (place) of origin
Refers to the name of the country or region where the food becomes the final product, including the name of the country or region for packaging (or filling).
(8) Storage conditions
If stored in a cool and dry place, avoid direct sunlight.
(9) Net content
1) The indication of net content should consist of net content, numbers and legal measurement units.
2) Net content is generally expressed by volume, unit: milliliter (mL) or liter (L).
3) The unit of measurement of the net content and the minimum height of the characters must meet the requirements of GB7718.
4) The net content should be placed on the same display page of the packaging or container as the name of the wine.
Excessive drinking is harmful to health.
Importer (dealer) name, address and contact information. V. Special requirements for imported beer labels
(1) Beer in glass bottles must be marked: Do not hit to prevent bottle explosion.
(2) Non-alcoholic beer (dealcoholized beer) refers to beer with an alcohol content of 0.5% vol or less, and a beer with an original wort concentration of 3.0°P or more. The nutrition composition table should be marked (in accordance with GB28050 requirements).
(3) The label of barrel beer that is not directly provided to consumers only needs to indicate the product name, specification, net content, production date, shelf life and storage conditions. If other content is not marked on the label, it should be indicated in the manual or contract .
(4) Imported pre-packaged beer is not compulsory to label the relevant product standard code and quality (quality) grade. If the company has marked the product standard code and quality (quality) grade, it should be true and accurate. (5) If a certain content is emphasized in the imported beer label, such as awards, certifications, etc., or special ingredients are emphasized, corresponding certification materials should be provided.