Website cuts cost of can label design

An e-commerce platform has been created by a US design studio to help breweries to brand their cans and crowlers.The Craft Label Co website has been launched by Craft Brew Creative, based in Portland, Oregon, to help breweries to streamline their branding.Breweries are invited to visit the website, select from a variety of beer packaging label templates, upload their...

Heinz rolls out global ‘masterbrand’

The first ever global ‘masterbrand’ for Heinz cans and other foods is being rolled out following a refreshment of the Kraft Heinz-owned brand in the UK earlier this year.Working with design agency Jones Knowles Ritchie (JKR), a single distinctive identity has been created for the food brand which is intended to unite Heinz’s extensive portfolio across more than 20...

Highland Park brewery turns to cans as lockdowns dent draught sales

Highland Park is the latest American craft brewery to switch from kegs to cans as the coronavirus lockdown eats into traditional beer sales across the US.Prior to the Covid-19 outbreak, 80 per cent of the Los Angeles-based Highland’s beer sales were on-premises. But sales drained away after California state officials issued the “Safer at Home” lockdown order, forcing the...

Aldi launches first canned hard seltzer in the UK

Global supermarket chain Aldi has launched in the UK its first range of canned hard seltzers, betting the no-and-low alcohol (Nolo) drinks that are reshaping the US beverage industry will appeal to British consumers.Nordic Wolf will hit the chain’s shelves next month and the four flavours packaged in 250ml slim cans are: lemon, strawberry and lime, cranberry and cherry,...

Brewer in Hawaii sold to facilitate A-B’s takeover of Craft Brew Alliance

As part of Anheuser-Busch InBev’s proposed purchase of the remaining shares in Craft Brew Alliance it does not already own, Kona Brewing in Hawaii will be sold to PV Brewing Partners, a team of investors with expertise in the beer industry and business growth.The sale of Kona, which is expanding this year with a new 30,000 sqft brewery and...

US contract-canning plant proposed with $68m investment

A contract-packing plant is being proposed for a site in North Carolina with the capability to fill 1,500 drinks cans a minute.As reported by local media, Prime Beverage Group will be investing US$68 million to set up its first facility at Kannapolis in Cabarrus County.The 300,000 sq ft building will contain canning lines and a warehouse, providing employment for...

UK brand Nice takes up Ardagh’s 187ml wine cans

British beverage company Nice has adopted Ardagh’s smaller 187ml wine can for the company’s range of three wines as it expands into the on-trade channel.The smaller cans will join Nice’s range of French vegan wines already produced in 250ml cans.“As soon as we knew Ardagh’s 187ml can was on its way, we decided we wanted it, to launch it...

New Pacific Rim chief executive for PepsiCo

PepsiCo has appointed Wern-Yuen Tan as its new chief executive of the Asia Pacific, Australia, New Zealand and China region (APAC).Tan will be responsible for overseeing all of PepsiCo's operations in the APAC region and will take up the position on 15 June.Based in Singapore, Tan will report to US-based PepsiCo chief executive Ramon Laguarta. He replaces Ram Krishnan,...

Craft brewer in Canada plans to double canning capacity as demand climbs

Canada’s largest craft brewer is to invest heavily on increasing canning capacity  as demand surges for its beers, seltzers and ready-to-drink products.Waterloo Brewing in Kitchener, Ontario will spend US$13.4 million on a new canning line and to upgrade its brewing and blending capacity, the company revealed.“Our business has been experiencing significant growth over the past several years and we...

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