With beer being such an outwardly simple phenomenon, surely packaging it is pretty straightforward. As it turns out, it’s trickier than you might think. Here are the five most common mistakes we’ve observed — and on occasion, rectified.
HEINEKEN Vietnam wanted to significantly increase the beer production output of its Tien Giang site. And they needed to do it quickly. Long-term partner Sidel offered a complete line project, featuring among other solutions, the new EvoFILL Can filler.
The European style cider takes on a new look that dials up the sophistication and quality of the packaging to match those of its counterpart, the Stella Artois lager. This marks the first major revamp to the product’s packaging for the brand in the U.S. market.
Three friends and former classmates at Cornell Business School noticed that the best, most daring beers in America were being developed by homebrewers. That, along with an enduring passion for the craft of beer making, led them to start Barebottle, a brewery devoted to beers inspired by the San Francisco Bay Area. By sourcing local ingredients wherever possible and employing a community-inspired homebrewers competition, their mission is to create the most innovative brewery in the Bay Area.
Real beer, real friendship and real Turkey. That was the takeaway for Brown&co – The Brand Collective, spearheaded by Dave Brown and Troy Wade, both formerly of Brand Union, alongside David (Bic) Bicknell, co-founder of Tin Horse and Echo Brand Design.
Manufacturer of the innovative multi-packing solution WaveGrip will introduce its latest entry level applicator as part of the Palmer Canning Systems stand at the Craft Brewers Conference in Nashville, Tenn, April 30-May 3, 2018. Designed for low-volume producers, the G1 Auto can create multi-packs of 4, 6 or 8 cans, with automatic pack separation at speeds of up to 100 cans per minute.
Lone Star Brewing Co. has introduced Lone Star “Come and Take It” Independence Day cans in Texas. The commemorative packing celebrates Texas Independence Day, March 2, with a special salute to the courage of a rebellious group of Texas settlers who fought a detachment of Mexican army soldiers near Gonzales on October 2, 1835, during the Texas Revolution.