Comac Group - Kegging & bottling plants

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5 September 2016

Yes, We Can! Canned Beer Has Conquered the United States

birra lattina USA The debate has been on for years and every now and then becomes topical again: Is beer better canned or bottled? continue
29 August 2016

The Increasingly Growing Sector of Craft Beers

birrifici artigianali Crafting is beautiful, also and especially in the world of beers. Comac knows that perfectly as, since 2011, through the 4SizeS project, dedicates a special attention to the needs of craft brewing companies, when it comes of kegging and bottling. continue
Technical Services
Customized plants

Microbreweries

Semi-automatic and automatic systems for processing and packaging the beer in bottles, cans or kegs of any size. These plants are made complying with the requirements of craft brewers, opting for solutions able to guarantee reliability in small spaces.

These systems arise from the desire to offer to small brewers the opportunity to make their products with the same quality and validity always available for large manufacturers.

 

The twenty years of technical expertise, high technology and quality of raw materials ensure reliability and optimum yields of plants, designed to simplify and speed up the change over procedures.

Plants

Plants for glass bottles up to 3000 BPH

Plants for glass bottles up to 3000 BPH

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Systems for cans up to 4000 CPH

Systems for cans up to 4000 CPH

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Systems for kegs up to 40 KPH

Systems for kegs up to 40 KPH

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Latest news from Blog

birra lattina USA
05 September 2016

Yes, We Can! Canned Beer Has Conquered the United States

The debate has been on for years and every now and then becomes topical again: Is beer better canned or bottled?
continue
birrifici artigianali
29 August 2016

The Increasingly Growing Sector of Craft Beers

Crafting is beautiful, also and especially in the world of beers. Comac knows that perfectly as, since 2011, through the 4SizeS project, dedicates a special attention to the needs of craft brewing companies, when it comes of kegging and bottling.
continue
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