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Old Pulteney Single Malt Scotch Whisky unveiled Old Pulteney 40 Year Old, the oldest official bottling in its line of single malts.
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.
Next month, Scottish Spirits Imports Inc. will release a line of four Scotch whiskies packaged in bottles.
Bronco Wine Co. switched the packaging material for its 187-ml. single-serve bottles of wine from glass to lightweight PET bottles from Amcor Rigid Plastics.
Karl Strauss Brewing Co. released its Windansea Wheat beer in bottles for the first time earlier this summer.
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 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.
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