UK glass packaging market firm designs new bottle for Batch Brew

Allied Glass, one of the leaders of the glass packaging industry, has reportedly designed a new bottle for alcohol manufacturer, Batch Brew. The exquisite 70cl bottle design has flutings all around the body and is embossed with Batch Brew’s distinctive logo on the front panel. To give the bottle an added look of elegance it has been carefully crafted out of white flint glass. For the record, Allied Glass will also design bottles for Batch Brew in different colors to promote its limited-edition vodka, gins and rum.

Reports state that Batch Brew is a reputed liquor producer and takes pride in its innovation and imagination to bring new flavors and products to the market. Allied Glass design and decoration head Michael Hogley reportedly stated that Allied Glass viewed the opportunity of working with Batch Brew as a prospect for original design and adding personality to the spirit bottles in a creative way. The ultimate goal for Allied Glass was to design a bottle that would render individuality to Batch Brew not only as a brand but also as an article that will grab attention when put on the shelves among myriad other spirit bottles. As per experts, this move has been received with enthusiasm among UK glass packaging market players.

The firm, for the record, had also recently designed a bottle for the Jawbox Gin. Richard Ryan from Jawbox Gin had praised the new bottle design and went on to state that the bottle very aptly tells the story of the authentic Jawbox spirit in all its uniqueness. The Folklore Society Gin bottle, as per sources, was a limited-edition piece, with a six-color print that reflected the seasonal crops of Yorkshire.

For the uninitiated, Allied Glass has a major share in the glass packaging industry, producing 600 million bottles each year across its 450 production lines and has a varied clientele that includes Heinz, William Grant & Sons, Whyte & Mackay, Diageo Scotland, Morrison Bowmore and Princes Foods.