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As Digitally Printed Cans Develop, Craft Brewers Still Love Labels
The pandemic made craft brewers focus on retail packaging as kegs for foodservice, restaurants, and taprooms were diminished, and cans keep gaining momentum. In this 'Take Five with Packaging World' video, we’ll look at how those cans are decorated.
Apr 9th, 2021
Anheuser-Busch Launching New PPE Recycling Program
The company’s craft business unit will be equipping craft facilities with zero-waste boxes and promoting safe recycling.
Feb 14th, 2021
Anheuser-Busch InBev Installs Remote Guidance Platform
The global brewer will save cost-consuming trips and support sustainable service, while reducing time for equipment repairs and overall downtime.
May 3rd, 2020
Craft Brewers Conference 2017
Part I: Independent brewers bristle at prospect of acquisition
Jul 24th, 2017
Three dynamic packaging design trends for 2017
After a polarizing 2016, consumers are ready to embrace more optimistic, unifying experiences. Does your packaging engage and empower consumers by addressing the issues important to them?
Matthew Youngblood & Erin Paul
Dec 17th, 2016
King of Beers crowns new design
Budweiser embraces its ‘macro brew’ status, redesigning its global packaging to reflect the care and detail taken to brew its beer, and its long heritage.
Anne Marie Mohan
Apr 30th, 2016
Video: New Bud Light Cool Twist reclosable bottle
Using patented bottle technology, the new Bud Light Cool Twist 16-oz reclosable aluminum bottle features a sleek, innovative package design.
Anne Marie Mohan
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All the world’s a stage…for visual metaphors in packaging!
In packaging design, visual metaphors are used for illustrating ideas and are the basis of creating a mood, theme, character, or personality for the brand.
Feb 22nd, 2012
A-B re-embraces teardrop bottles
In February and March 2007, Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc., St. Louis, MO, rolled out Michelob Lager and Michelob Light in redesigned, easy-grip, teardrop-contoured bottles, based on the original package design launched in 1961.
Apr 3rd, 2007