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Bag-In-Boxes – Multifunctional Packaging for Breweries and Craft Breweries

Choosing a bag in a box for your Brewery’s products will allow you to achieve a number of essential goals in one multi-purpose product - a branded box for shipping, a practical portable unit for storing and pouring liquid, and an effective presentation unit at the point of sale.

The outer box is constructed using strong corrugated board which utilises 3 layers of kraft paper to retain integrity (recycled paper also available). The inner bag is designed to hold your liquid safely and securely whilst also extending its shelf life. Attached to the bag is a tap which is pulled out of a small hole in the box to allow for easy pouring.

The outside of the box can be finished using recycled paper or high quality kraft paper. All sides of the box can be branded using any one of our high quality print finishes: standard flexo or high quality post print flexo, litho-laminated, digital print, or screen print.

High Quality Packaging for Breweries and Micro-Breweries

At Atlas Packaging, we have been working with breweries for a number of years now and have put great effort into developing a high quality bag in a box product that meets the demands of the industry.

We have undergone extensive research and development with existing customers to design boxes that retain integrity, do not sag or break when stacked, and have maximum visual impact to increase sales.

Great for Festivals, Themed Events, and Promoting Guest Ales

The portability of a bag-in-box unit makes it great for themed events and outdoor festivals as they can be used to pour your product without the need for a pump or tap - simply place the unit on a secure surface, pop the integrated tap out and begin pouring. Having a nag in a boxes can be beneficial as it can be heavily branded and this means that they are popular with breweries wanting to make maximum visual impact in a bar or pub, or even at an event or festival.

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