These are all the posts that have been tagged with beer.
60% of consumers find new experiences more exciting than new products and are starting to seek products offering more than mere functionality, according to a global survey by Canadean.
Ball has collaborated with Norwegian craft brewer Lervig Aktiebryggeri to produce packaging for selected expressions of its craft beer range.
I am your typical journalist when it comes to completing articles and deadlines at the last minute. One of my resolutions for the year ahead is to be a little more organised when it comes to planning articles and events throughout the year.
I’m sure it’s not just me whose inbox has been inundated with Black Friday offers this week. In keeping with the theme, we are offering a special 20 per cent off our online subscription.
Ball says it enjoyed its most successful year at BrauBeviale this month.
Research carried out by GfK and commissioned by BCME reflects a positive upward trend in popularity for the can, particularly with younger age groups.
The Great American Beer Festival (GABF) held in Denver awarded 286 medals to 254 brewers chosen from 7,227 competition entries, the largest commercial beer competition in the world.
For the launch of its new Lupuloid IPA, London based Beavertown Brewery has partnered with Ardagh Group for the debut of its signature new pale ale.
Crown has scooped the Metal Packaging Manufacturers Association’s (MPMA) ‘Best in Metal’ 2016 award for its range of full aperture cans for Aegir Bryggeri craft beer.
We are now only a few days from Asia CanTech at the Hilton Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and we certainly have plenty to look forward to.
The global market for metal cans, barrels, drums and pails is projected to exceed $80 billion by 2022, driven by rising consumption of all types of beverages and growing popularity of convenient, cost-friendly, eco-friendly and safe packaging options.
Evert van de Weg explores the latest developments within the aluminium bottle can sector.
The recent news of the merger between SABMiller and Anheuser-Busch InBev was some significant news for the industry.
Bevog microbrewery has partnered with Crown to facilitate its Tak, Kramah and Deetz ales into cans for the first time.