Brew Detroit Adds 19.2 oz. Canning Options

DETROIT — Due to the increasing demand for canning at Brew Detroit, they have recently added the option to fill 19.2 ounce slim cans in addition to their existing 12 and 16 ounce can options. This gives customers the option for larger single-serve cans in C-stores and in sports/entertainment parks and venues. In addition to their can X-ray equipment, they are currently installing case-weighing equipment to assist in verifying that can cartons are complete and that can fill-levels are accurate.

Brew Detroit is building on its packaging options for the existing canning line as well. Supplementing the existing carton wrap equipment for 4-packs through 24-packs cartons, they have ordered a new wave-grip equipment line for multi-packs as a secondary option for customers to package their cans. The wave-grip will package 4, 6 and 8-packs for 12 and 16 ounce cans which will help customers keep their costs down in this ever competing craft beer market.

Brew Detroit is located in Detroit, Michigan in a 67,000 sq. ft. facility.

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