When you brew craft beer, you have the choice to package it in either cans or bottles. Enthusiasts continue to debate which is better, but the truth is that each has its own strengths and weaknesses. Therefore, which one is better depends more on your preferences and that of your customers. One major advantage that both cans and bottles have is that you can use poly labels on either to identify your product and make it stand out from others
The elegant curves of a wine bottle make for a pretty silhouette, but carrying a giant piece of glass around isn't convenient. As a result, wineries have started offering PortaVino cans. These aluminum cans from Kinsbrae Packaging are similar to those used for beer, and the packaging is quickly catching on. From grocery stores to theaters, canned wine is taking over the shelves. Of course, if you've never tried it before, you may wonder if it's worth the hype. Does
3 Myths About Canned Wine
It can be easy to underestimate canned wine but don’t judge it too quickly. While it may have got a bad rap in the past, this trend in the wine industry is quickly gaining popularity. In fact, it is the fastest-growing segment of the wine market, and with more companies adopting this new packaging, there are various types of wine available in a can. Here at KinsBrae Packaging, we like to think of ourselves as canned wine Ontario experts and
Scientists have known for years that the convenient plastic rings used to hold six-packs of beer or soft drinks together are harmful to wildlife and bad for the environment in general. However, until recently, there were no real mass-market alternatives available. That has all changed with the introduction of eco-friendly six-pack rings, which do the same job without harming the environment. The Problem With Plastic The biggest problem with plastic is that it is not biodegradable, which means that it
If you own a company that produces any type of wine, you understand the importance of good branding to get your product into the hands of customers. People don't want to buy just any canned wine in Ontario. They want to buy a high-quality Portavino with a label that jumps out at them while they are browsing store shelves. Designing labels for sleeved cans is important because you need customized packaging that shows customers what the product has to offer.
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