Innovation born of necessity is the backbone of many successful New Zealand businesses and Lake Taupō brewery Lakeman Brewing is a classic example of just that. The power of Taupō’s most precious natural resource, its water, is at the heart of the Lakeman Brewing beer range. Using Australia’s oldest family owned and run brewery, Coopers, […]
Kererū Brewing Company is committed to keeping it local and providing a true ‘taste New Zealand’ experience.
O-I Glass has partnered with Two Birds to support the craft brewery’s commitment to sustainability and the circular economy using infinitely recyclable glass.
Earth Day is an annual event held on April 22 to demonstrate support for environmental protection. Earth Day was first celebrated in 1970 and it now includes events coordinated globally by the Earth Day Network in more than 193 countries.
During these troubled times, we’re sharing our Cassels’ video to highlight how this family brewery managed to pivot as a business after the Christchurch earthquake in 2011.
We’re excited that our Millie fruit juice range is a finalist in the 2020 Australasian Packaging Innovation & Design Awards (PIDA).
Hamilton-based Good George Brewing has begun producing high-strength hand sanitiser in response to shortages across New Zealand after being inspired by other brewers around the world. By converting production to produce a hand sanitiser, according to a World Health Organisation recipe, the brewery is now working at maximum capacity in order to keep up with demand.
We have partnered with The Kraken Black Spiced Rum to provide a premium glass packaging solution for the launch of their new premix varieties, Kraken & Dry and Kraken & Cola, released to market February 2020.
What’s better than a gin and tonic? A premium, portable, ready-to-drink gin and tonic made by award-winning gin distillers at Manly Spirits Co.
From wine bottles to beer bottles, juice bottles to water bottles you can find glass pretty much everywhere you look, in all aspects of life. Glass can take on many forms, shapes and colours. It’s sturdy, versatile and multifunctional, which is why we love it here at O-I.
O-I is committed to sustainability. And reducing waste by increasing the amount of recycled glass we use is just one of the ways we’re focusing on continuous sustainable development.
Island Gin, the boutique gin distillery located on New Zealand’s Great Barrier Island, came to O-I with a challenge: create a glass gin bottle like no other.
With its beauty, versatility and ultra-sustainability, glass is fast becoming the go-to packaging for savvy food and drink brands.
Over winter, we paid a visit to one of Australia’s favourite craft beer providers and O-I’s favourite customers, Stone & Wood.
Already in its seventh year, Brewcon19 has fast established itself as the annual go-to for independent brewers across Australasia.