Slim canning line for Blue Moon’s Milwaukee brewery

A canning line has been installed at the Milwaukee, Wisconsin, brewery of Molson Coors as part of an investment to boost production of Blue Moon LightSky beer in smaller slim formats.The wheat beer was launched in the US by Molson Coors subsidiary Blue Moon Brewing in February using 12oz (355ml) sleek cans.Until now, the Milwaukee site is said to...

Monster Energy teams up with Microsoft game on limited edition can launch

Monster Energy has unveiled limited edition Halo Infinite cans in advance of the launch of the game, which has now been delayed to 2021.The cans are currently available in convenience stores across the US and will be on sale until 31 December 2020.Although the introduction of the Halo Infinite game has been delayed to 2021, consumers will still be...

New high-speed canning line for Nigerian Coca-Cola plant

A new high-speed canning line for sleek cans of Coca-Cola products has been successfully installed at Nigerian Bottling Company’s (NBC’s) plant in Ikeja, Lagos as part of a business transformation and optimisation plan. The line at NBC, which is part of the Coca-Cola Hellenic group, will significantly increase the company’s production capacity for canned products. It will reduce production time, while...

Drinking water in Crown’s cans supports needy in Africa

A drinking water brand in Italy that uses cans made by Crown Bevcan has pledged to provide 100 litres of water for people who lack access to it for every can purchased.Wami recently launched its water in Crown’s 440ml cans, which are sold exclusively in Italy through restaurants, bistros and cafes.The philosophy behind the launch is the vision of...

Collagen protein drink provides wellbeing in a can

The first collagen protein drink to be produced in Ardagh cans has been launched by German beverage brand Black Labels Company (BLC).Called Maluma, the drink is packed in 250ml cans and is expected to appeal to health-conscious consumers looking for a tasty drink that also provides a boost of nutrients, according to Black Labels.The range comes in three flavours: goji...

Coca-Cola to reorganise and streamline its global operations

Several thousand jobs are to be shed in The Coca-Cola Company, as part of steps to reorganise the drinks firm’s approach to selling products and to “capture growth in a fast changing marketplace”.The move by the Atlanta-based company follows declines in volumes during the coronavirus pandemic of 16 per cent, and a drop in net profits of almost a...

Aussie wine maker Accolade expands UK plant to tap canned wine market

An Australian wine producer is planning to invest in its UK packaging plant as it seeks to attract new customers and cash in on the growing popularity of canned wines.Accolade Wines will install at its Bristol facility a new canning line made by UK-based IC Filling Systems, which will increase production capacity to 36 million cans in its first...

Beavertown opens London’s ‘largest brewery’

What is described as London’s largest brewery had been opened by Beavertown following Heineken’s £40 million (US$53m) minority investment in 2018.The brewery at Ponders End as been constructed on a plot covering six acres with the capability of producing 500,000 hectolitres (90m pints) a year, ten times more than in its Tottenham site. The site will eventually be providing...

BrewDog to achieve carbon negative status in its brewing operations

Scots-based BrewDog claims that it will be removing twice as much carbon dioxide gas from the air as its brewing operations emit.Along with undertaking a number of environmental initiatives at its brewery at Ellon in Scotland, the controversial brewer is also reducing the carbon footprint at other operations in the US, Germany and Australia.“As we’ve dug deeper here to...

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