16oz Brushed Aluminum bottle
At Elemental Container we have been offering 2,4,6,8 and 10oz brushed aluminum bottles from stock and in small quantities for more than 15 years. Following request from our customers we are proud to introduce our latest addition. This 16oz bottle is 66mm x 200mm with a 28/410 thread. It is available from stock in small quantities. We also carry matching closures.
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Check out one of the banners we created.
We’ll be coming out with some interesting new content for this new year – starting out with these little advertising banners. This one was just launched and it directs to one of our pages on our website.
We have a lot more planned new content so keep coming back over the next few weeks.
It’s not often that we have new web pages.
So I’m happy to write this post on a whole series of new pages devoted to packing instructions for our industrial aluminum bottles.
It’s not the most exciting topic. No luminous, glow-in-the-dark aluminum bottles. No artsy designs using big name fashion designers.
But it’s an important topic nonetheless, especially for those of you who actually store fair quantities of essential oils, active pharmaceutical ingredients, solvents and all the other liquids and powders used for a variety of consumer products.
You want to make sure that your investment in these materials doesn’t get wasted through spillage, leakage, exposure to oxygen, etc.
So packing our aluminum bottles is critical. The new pages go into detail on how to to cap our various aluminum bottle models. It includes information on proper torque and recommendations for capping tools. Thankfully, we have torquing wrenches, chucks and other tools that make the capping job easy and precise.
Next time – we will include videos on the packing instructions 🙂
Pilsen Alumino Bottle
Following on the heels of the launch of Argentina’s Quilmes aluminum beer bottle, Uruguayans have launched their own aluminum bottled beer – Pilsen Alumino.
Finally, an aluminum beer bottle with a beer bottle color!
One of my pet peeves has been the rather un-beer like colors of many of the aluminum beer bottles that have been launched in the recent past.
The Pilsen Aluminum bottle instantly tells you it’s a beer. In the photo, you’ll see drops of condensate along the sides of the bottle.
I’m assuming those are real drops of water (you can double-click on the picture to see a larger version). But it would be really neat if they were actually printed photos of drops. That would be yet another demonstration of the superior decorating possibilities of aluminum bottles.
Quilmes Aluminum Bottle
Quilmes, the Argentinian beer brewer, has come up with an aluminum beer bottle that reveals neat designs under UV light that are not visible under normal light.
The bottle was designed by Pierini Partners.
Under normal light, the Quilmes aluminum bottle has a silvery finish with light blue elements.
Under UV light, the bottle shows a midnight blue body with luminous blue drawings and the Quilmes logo.
Very attractive and perfect for bars and clubs.
Coke Aluminum Bottle
I came across this interesting article about the optimum diameter for aluminum bottle openings.
The article states that “The majority of Japanese consumers believe that the opening diameters of screw-top aluminium bottles are too small, a study has found, while also determining that 33mm is the optimum size for ‘drinking ease’.”
Apparently, the standard 28mm opening was deemed too small for comfort in the research study. On the other hand, 38mm was deemed to big.
I have to agree.
I’m not comfortable sipping from most aluminum beer bottles; I always feel like the beer goes down too slowly. On the other hand, I’ve never liked the wide-mouth openings of some of the popular iced-tea brands. I’ve spilled tea all over myself on a few occasions 🙂
Oliver Beanblossom Hard Cider – just the name alone is already intriguing.
The Oliver Winery has bottled their hard apple ciders in deliciously designed aluminum bottles. Clean white background with playful cartoons.
These bottles are great examples of the decorating possibilities with aluminum bottles. Notice the color gradations on the bottle’s surface, especially on the strawberry and raspberry bottles. (Remember – you can click on the picture and see a bigger version of it). You can’t do that on glass.
Check out their cool YouTube clip. They sound like the Ben and Jerry counterparts for apple cider 🙂
Bud Aluminum Bottle Olympics
Brewing giant Budweiser has released a limited edition of aluminum bottles for the London Olympics.
I believe you won’t find these bottles in the USA, which makes it the latest addition to the growing list of cool aluminum bottles that you can’t find in this country.
In fact, chances are many of these bottles will be bought by collectors and will never appear in a bar or store shelf stateside.
These aluminum bottles are relatively well-designed. At first blush, you wouldn’t think it was a beer bottle, with its patriotic red, white and blue theme. But I’ve reconciled myself to the notion that these aluminum bottles are as much artwork as they are utilitarian objects. So they don’t really have to immediately communicate that they have beer inside.
I think a good percentage of people will simply buy these aluminum bottles for their collectible value. It’s interesting to read the caveats of one ebay seller of these bottles. “The value of the item is in the collectible container, not its contents. The container has not been opened and any incidental contents are not intended for consumption. The item is not available at any retail outlet, and the container has a value that substantially exceeds the current retail price of the alcohol in the container.”
So the aluminum bottle is worth a lot more than the beer inside 🙂
Legends Aluminum Bottle
I’ve never heard of Legends Beer.
But then again there are a lot of artisanal and craft beers that I’ve never heard of. As I’ve posted in the past, the beer market is fairly mature and innovative packaging, such as aluminum bottles, is one of the marketing levers used to keep product sales going.
This relatively unknown brand is using aluminum bottles for its premium lager. A gutsy move, in my opinion. Most secondary brands would probably opt for cheaper glass bottles or even cans.
Legend has focused on strategic partnerships with various sports “legends,” such as boxer Larry Holmes and hockey player Gordie Howe.
Legend beer was made by an amateur homebrewer. The lager comes in a 16 oz aluminum bottle.
I will definitely monitor this beer’s progress. I just wish I could get it here on the east coast.