English cider maker Thatchers is re-launching its Green Goblin Cider to the U.S. market in a new 330-ml bottle, in partnership with Innis & Gunn USA Inc. (IGUSA) seven months after entrusting the craft brewer’s U.S. business with its flagship brand, Thatchers Gold.
Marrying Belgian brewing and American craftsmanship, Duffy & Partners designed Brewery Ommegang’s brand identity to honor the brand’s heritage and celebrate the innovation of American craft brewing, it says.
Premier Beverage Group is rebranding its OSO line of energy drinks. Scheduled to launch in the first quarter of this year, the new bottles and cans were designed to stand apart from the mainstream energy drink category with a premium look.
Code Blue, a zero-calorie, all-natural functional beverage, was originally introduced in cans. After discovering that consumers were mistaking the product for an energy drink, the company moved the product from cans to 12-ounce PET bottles.
Bottled water company shares the benefits of Blue Spring. Family-owned for more than 70 years, the Callaway family started Callaway Blue Spring Water in 2001 to share the product of the family's privately owned spring in Hamilton, Ga.
Bottled at the source of an underground well in the village of Saint Jana, Croatia, near the Adriatic Sea, the water in Jana Natural European Artesian Water may be 3,000 to 7,000 years old, but it has been distributed in the United States for only four years.
The January 2016 issue of Beverage Industry includes a cover story on our Bottler of the Year, as well as articles about juice smoothies, RTD cold-brew coffee, and supermarket growth. Check it out today!