These are all the posts that have been tagged with beer.
Revolver Brewing has announced that it will be launching four of its signature beers in cans for the first time.
Filling focus: Beer Seaming update Three-piece market update & digital printing Euro CanTech show issue.
Beverage cans are used for different non-alcoholic beverages, such as CSD, energy drinks, and juices. It is observed that the popularity of metal cans is increasing among consumers.
WaveGrip will be showcasing its latest entry level applicator as part of the Palmer Canning Systems stand at this year’s Craft Brewers Conference, 30 April – 3 May, Nashville, Tennessee.
Ball Corporation has announced plans to build a one-line beverage can and end manufacturing plant in Asunción, Paraguay and to add capacity in its Buenos Aires, Argentina, facility.
CEOs from some of America’s leading food and beverage companies and trade associations have joined the American Beverage Association, Beer Institute, and Can Manufacturers Institute in sending a letter to president Donald Trump requesting that he refrain from imposing tariffs or import restrictions on cansheet, primary aluminium, and scrap.
Craft beer is becoming increasingly popular in France.
WaveGrip has announced the launch of its new machine manufacturing and engineering support service, Wavetec.
Ball Corporation has announced that it will be launching a new 33cl can for Italian beer company Napea, as it moves into canning as a new packaging format.
Spanish brewery giant Estrella has chosen Sacmi-developed OPERA technology to give its labelling line a boost for the second time.
My friends are sometimes envious when I announce to them that I’m on my travels yet again – indeed it is a privilege visiting some of the places those of us in the can business get to see.
New research by Nielsen has revealed that cans make up a quarter of craft beers sold in the UK.
Record label Island Records has partnered with Crown Bevcan Europe and Middle East to launch what it claims is the world’s first “Shazamable” can for its Session IPA Beer.
WaveGrip is launching a new automatic version of its entry level G1 applicator for lower volume beverage producers.