Tilden, the award-winning, female-founded NA craft cocktail brand announces the launch of new 200-ml (6.7-ounce) size bottles. Sold as a duo for $29, Tilden’s two unique flavor expressions, Tandem and Lacewing, are now available in sophisticated glass flasks.
How a beverage is packaged and deciding the type of packaging material — glass, aluminum or plastic — is a critical part of the equation for beverage-makers. Among the factors that should be considered is sustainability, smaller packaging sizes, and lightweighting.
Gas spring provides gentler release while Acculift system holds bottles in place
April 12, 2020
In an effort to improve technology on the design of rotary filling systems for the liquid beverage industry, Fogg Filler announced it has designed and engineered new lifter pedestals ideal for the filling and gentler handling of glass bottles.
End users control sensors, reporting data from one location
April 12, 2020
CO2 Meter Inc. released its new multi-sensor system: the CM-7000. The new monitoring system provides restaurants, breweries, laboratories and agriculture facilities with the ability to monitor as many as 12 sensors from a central 8-inch, touchscreen control panel, the company says.
Glass packaging features green agave-shaped leaf logo quality
April 6, 2020
Hornitos Tequila unveiled a bold new look for its tequilas to celebrate the brand’s rich history that is deeply rooted in authenticity and to ensure the packaging matches the trailblazing spirit that lies within, the company says.
EcoFocus Worldwide survey data shows several benefits
July 14, 2017
In the craft beer segment, glass bottle packaging remains a strong packaging format. With information from an EcoFocus Worldwide survey, the Arlington, Va.-based Glass Packaging Institute created an infographic highlighting the benefits that glass packaging can offer to craft brewers.