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Most people easily make the connection between beer and kegs and enjoying a refreshing crisp draft ale straight from the “tap”.
But how many make the connection between kegs and “other” beverages?
Continued innovation in keg technology has opened up this packaging format to a growing cohort of beverage producers.
They come in all sizes. From boutique producers through to large scale commercial operations.
They include a diverse range of beverage categories.
And they are tapping into the benefits of modern kegs, without the complicated logistics or costs normally associated with “kegging”.
More and more beverage producers and venues understand the benefits of including the keg packaging format as part of their overall packaging portfolio. They enjoy benefits from cost savings, safer manual handling, lower storage requirements, less post consumer waste, speed of service, and product consistency.
Don’t get left behind.
Discover the recent advances in keg technology, and learn which producers can benefit, the types of beverages that can be kegged, and the advantages to be enjoyed when including kegs as part of your packaging portfolio.
01:48 Historic aspect
04:19 History: kegs and wooden casks
07:08 Beer: kegs and drafts
09:31 Keg advantages
13:22 Main problems of steel kegs
16:22 Issues with PET spear
19:56 Speared kegs
21:13 New technology: Bag in a keg
25:15 New technology: keyKeg
28:12 Inbuilt low-pressure warning detection
Ray joined OneCircle due to his extensive diverse business experience across a diverse range of industries, including hospitality. Ray experience in hospitality working across all areas from front of house, restaurants, bars through to back of house including cellar work allows him to understand the challenges in venues in relation to serving beverages. Ray has been involved in PET packaging since 2019, and demonstrates a deep commercial understanding of the complex packaging industry. Ray helps beverage produces and venues to improve their operations. Ray holds a Bachelors Degree in Social Sciences (Law and Economics) through the University of Canberra.View the profile
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