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23 October 2017
Comac can line mod. 24-4, installed at Navruz Brewery (Uzbekistan) - 14,000 CPH
Comac can line mod. 24-4, installed at Navruz Brewery (Uzbekihstan) - 14,000 cans per hour An automatic filler with 24 filling heads and a 4 heads seamer grant a capacity of 14,000 cans per hour (12 oz). continue
23 October 2017
Comac can filler mod. 14-2, installed at Fort George Brewing Company (Oregon, USA) - 6,000 CPH (12 oz)
Comac can filler mod. 14-2, installed at Fort George Brewing Company (Oregon, USA) - 6,000 cans per hour (12 oz). An automatic filler with 14 filling heads and a 2 heads seamer grant a capacity of 6,800 cans per hour (12 oz). continue
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Beer packaging

Which is the best solution?

Beer packaging is an extremely important process in the production and sale of this beverage, and it comes with different solutions. In fact, we all know that beer can be packed inside bottles, cans or kegs, each with its pros and cons. On this page we will deepen the reasons to choose one or another kind of packaging among bottling, canning or kegging.

 

 

Bottling

The bottling of beverages can be performed into glass bottles or PET ones. As far as beer packaging is concerned, it is uncommon to find PET bottles, as glass ones are always recommended for a long series of reasons. You will choose glass for bottle packaging if you want to communicate the high quality of your beer, as the glass is the traditional material from which beer bottles have always been made. Glass is hygienic, aesthetically pleasant, natural. It is a must if you own a Microbrewery and you want to appear as an artisan who carries on a long tradition: in this case, you would better sell your beers outside the brewery in glass bottles.

 

The cons of bottle beer packaging include the weight of the glass, its cost, and the increased difficulty in transporting the bottles, as they take more space to be stored than other containers.

 

 

Canning

Canning is a very common solution in beer packaging. Many big industries in the brewery field have chosen canning to pack their beers, sometimes paired with bottling as well. Cans do not bear the same traditional aura that comes with bottles, but, on the other hand, they appear more innovative, smart, and easy: the perfect choice if you want to pack a beer aimed at a young target.

 

Cans are less expensive than glass bottles, though less resistant to strikes and dents. They fill less space in storage and transportation, bringing considerable savings as far as logistic is concerned.

 

 

Kegging

Kegging is the less common process of beer packaging in the B2C market, but it is the most employed when a brewery wants to sell its beer to another industry or business in considerable quantities. The reasons are well known and lie on the need to save space and time in packaging and transportation on high scale. Kegging is considerably faster than bottling and canning; it is cheaper as you have, for example, to sanitize one keg instead of many bottles.

 

Comac offers cutting-edge solutions for all the processes of beer packaging. Our plants and single machines can perform at high standards. We are recognized as one the leader industry in the world as far as packaging plants are concerned.

 

 

Are you uncertain about which beer packaging process choose for your activity? Contact us and ask our experts which one could be the best for your needs. 

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Latest news from Blog

Comac can line mod. 24-4, installed at Navruz Brewery (Uzbekihstan) - 14,000 cans per hour
23 October 2017
Comac can line mod. 24-4, installed at Navruz Brewery (Uzbekistan) - 14,000 CPH
An automatic filler with 24 filling heads and a 4 heads seamer grant a capacity of 14,000 cans per hour (12 oz).
continue
Comac can filler mod. 14-2, installed at Fort George Brewing Company (Oregon, USA) - 6,000 cans per hour (12 oz).
23 October 2017
Comac can filler mod. 14-2, installed at Fort George Brewing Company (Oregon, USA) - 6,000 CPH (12 oz)
An automatic filler with 14 filling heads and a 2 heads seamer grant a capacity of 6,800 cans per hour (12 oz).
continue