This week on the podcast, the team discuss old vs new views on alcohol free beers, Bintani’s take over of HopCO and the breweries who have never known “normal”.
East Coast Canning
In what the mobile canner says is an ‘Australia-first’, East Coast Canning is investing in new direct-to-can digital printing technology, increasing capacity and in-house printing abilities.
Breweries including Blasta, Capital, BentSpoke and Brick Lane have received more than $5 million in co-funding grants as part of the federal government’s modern manufacturing initiatives.
This week on the podcast, we speak with Chris Kelly from East Coast Canning, buts it’s not really about canning it’s a genuinely free-ranging conversation about the industry.
Demand for packaging beer has been on the up following the closure of venues, we spoke to manufacturers and canners to get an idea of the pressure on the industry and the future of packaged beer.
In a supplier update to the industry, Bintani, Cryer Malt, East Coast Canning and Hop Products Australia show resilience in the face of the challenges of COVID-19.
Mobile canning company East Coast Canning is showing no signs of slowing down having just added a fourth machine to its east coast fleet.
A new mobile bottling and labelling business has opened in northern New South Wales servicing breweries in the region and up in south-east Queensland.
This week on Beer is a Conversation, Matt is joined by Chris Kelly from East Coast Canning. Chris established Australia’s first mobile canning business, and now operates three mobile lines and services across Australia’s East Coast.
Australia’s first mobile canning business is expected to be available to breweries on the east coast within three to four months.