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In the Aisles: New Products in Glass

 

Welcome to “In the Aisles: New Products in Glass,” a regular look at trends, innovations, and new products packaged in glass containers. To showcase your glass package, click the “Send Us Your New Products” option below or email lbragg@gpi.org. If you like what's here, please share this publication.

Allagash Brewing’s Barrel-Aged Curieux Now In 12oz Bottles

Curieux, a bourbon barrel-aged Belgian Golden Ale blended with Belgian Tripel has been offered in 750ml bottles for over a decade.In response to consumer demand for more choice in packaging, Allagash puts Curieux into 12oz glass bottle four-packs -- a first for the brand’s barrel program. Porch Drinking

Eco-Friendly Glass Bottles Helps Divert Ocean Plastics

In partnership with water filtration brand Soma, environmental startup Parley for the Oceans launches a glass bottle at Starbucks that includes a sleeve made from Ocean Plastic, the material that the startup invented from plastic waste. Fast Company

Honest Tea Packaging Redesign & New Flavors

Honest Tea celebrates its 20th anniversary with a redesign of its glass bottles, manufactured by O-I, along with the introduction of three new flavors and expanded distribution. The Honest Tea line now includes 15 varieties. Convenience Store News

High-Impact Vodka Label Tells Unique Story 

Born and Bred vodka is the result of actor Channing Tatum’s partnership with the Grand Teton Distillery in Driggs, Idaho. Part of the uniqueness of Born and Bred is its shorter and wider glass package—similar to a brown spirit or a gin bottle, and a high-impact custom label. Brand Packaging

Beam Suntory Collaborates on Bottled Cocktail Range

Beam Suntory partners with pre-mixed cocktail company On the Rocks to create a range of ready-to-drink serves in the U.S. The partners hope to bring hand-craft cocktails to places where they haven’t been available before, including air travel, hotel room service and major sporting events. The Spirits Business

Kinky Debuts New Glass Bottle Design

KINKY Liqueur's bold new 750ml glass bottle is designed to pop. The playful package sports polka dots, and an enlarged vertical logo to help the bottle stand out on the shelf. “The sleek bottle shape and simplicity of the design really allows the vibrant colors of the product to pop, intriguing consumers to take a closer look.” BevNet

Compari Releases Basil-Flavored Gin  

With the gin market growing, Gruppo Campari unveils a ‘super-premium’ Italian gin made with 19 botanicals including fresh basil. It launches in the UK in 70cl glass bottles with plans to move into global markets. The Drinks Business 

Bud Light Expands Bottled Citrus Line

In time for summer, AB InBev launches an orange flavor of its Bud Light beer in the US. The launch coincides with updated packaging for Bud Light lime. The colorful new glass bottle packaging, manufactured by Ardagh Group, features bright orange and lime details. Citrus flavors now account for 84% of the overall flavored beer category in the US. FoodBev, Beverage Industry, Esquire 

Bali Launches Juice Range in Glass Bottles

Bali, the first brand to bring a 100% pure Mangosteen juice to the U.S. market, releases a line of three flavors in California. The juice range is available in clear and natural slim glass bottles. BevNet 

Full Sail Mexican Style Lager Joins Session Beer Series

Full Sail Brewing Co.’s new Sesión Negra Mexican Style Lager arrives in eye-popping packaging and has been "en fuego from the moment it hit shelves." Available in 11oz amber glass bottle 6- and 12-packs and on draft. Brewbound 

Cascade Collaborates with Upland Brewing on Sour Ale  

Cascade Brewing releases Pearpawsterous, a collaboration project with Upland Brewing in Indiana. Pearpawsterous is a limited offering, available in 750ml cork-and-caged glass bottles and on draft. Brewbound
PACKAGING TRENDS

Here's How Glass Packaging Stacks Up

The International Society of Beverage Technologist compares the attributes of glass, metal and plastic when choosing beverage packaging. See the comparison chart for how they stack up (hint: glass bottles for the win). Beverage Industry
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