Ireland’s Boyne Brewhouse contracts Beatson Clark for new embossed beer bottles

1 August 2016 (Last Updated August 1st, 2016 18:30)

Ireland-based craft brewery Boyne Brewhouse has contracted Beatson Clark to provide new embossed bottles to pack its range of craft beers.

Ireland-based craft brewery Boyne Brewhouse has contracted Beatson Clark to provide new embossed bottles to pack its range of craft beers.

Beatson Clark’s 500ml and 330ml amber tapered beer bottles feature ‘Boyne Brewhouse’ embossed near the top and ‘Brewed in the Boyne Valley’ around the base.

Boyne Brewhouse has been using Beatson Clark’s 500ml beer bottles since November 2015.

Na Cuana, parent company of Boyne Brewhouse, export sales director Peter Cooney said: “We launched our brewery last November and we’ve installed a bottling line and canning line."

“We liked the shape of Beatson Clark’s stock bottle so we started using the Tapered Beer bottle before deciding to emboss that bottle in order to put our stamp on it.

"Boyne Brewhouse aims to sell its products in the US and 14 other overseas markets this year."

“We then asked Beatson Clark for a 330ml bottle in the same shape with similar embossing. We currently use two plain Beatson Clark bottles for our Devil’s Bit Mountain Cider and Four Keepers Craft Cider but we will soon be embossing these too, and more of our brands will follow suit in the future.”

Boyne Brewhouse aims to sell its products in the US and 14 other overseas markets this year.

With a production capacity of around 88,000t, Beatson Clark, provides glass packaging solutions for various brands in the food, drink and pharmaceutical markets.

Last month, the company supplied new embossed beer bottles for Hurns Brewing Company’s Tomos Watkin brand of beers.


Image: Boyne Brewhouse’s newly designed beer bottles. Photo: courtesy of Beatson Clark.