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Intro


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Intro


 

The UK now has the largest number of craft breweries per capita in the world with almost 1,600 operating breweries, a figure increasing weekly, but with the introduction of each unique beer, comes other decisions. The starting point is usually cask, draught and kegged beer sold from the brewery and in local pubs, but it is not long before most brewers desire to bottle their products to increase sales into new markets. The brewer is then faced with two options, being either to use a contract bottling company, usually some distance away involving high transport costs, logistics and lack of flexibility, or alternatively, consideration of installing their own bottling line. The latter involves high financial commitment in specialist equipment, and further costs in additional building space, overheads, utilities and in some cases personnel. Numerous craft brewers and other drinks producers have invested in such equipment which frequently becomes somewhat under utilised, being operated a mere day or two a month and thus providing a very poor return on investment.

The ultimate scenario, until now not available, is to have access to a bottling line on site, as and when required, be it for a few hours, a few days, or longer periods to suit bottling schedules and without the cost and hassle of transport and handling. Thus the product is bottled on location without heavy capital investment and the required expertise.

 
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The World’s First Mobile Beer Processing & Bottling Unit

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The World’s First Mobile Beer Processing & Bottling Unit

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For craft brewers who use remote contract bottlers or hand bottling

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For craft brewers who use remote contract bottlers or hand bottling

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