Recently my company, buy more aboutIndustrial & Shippers Supply, joined Marsh at a craft brew conference in Philadelphia. This conference was all about craft brews! From hops vendors for brewing to label manufacturers for those pretty designs we all know and love to our specialty…inkjet. Ever noticed the codes and date markings on your food packages and beverage containers…I hope so! We all want to know when our beer was brewed…or if the milk is expired! Inkjet printers are used to print these marks, and we sell these printers!
Finding out about all these small local breweries made me want to know all about them! How big are they? How many brews do they have? Are they good?
The industrial buyer in me wants to know what technology they use to code their bottles, but we will get to that later. In the meantime, I have decided to take a little “tour” (I use the word tour loosely – as several of these breweries are not open to the public) to sample all of the local craft brews I can find and write about them!
This won’t be the eloquent descriptions you get from brewery websites, but honest feedback and pictures of all these local crafts.
At some point I may expand my search beyond Texas….but for now I’m keeping it close to home.
For a list of the breweries I’m starting with click here!
Check out this demo video the folks at Matthews Marking put together marking on beer cases!