• Anniversaries are always worth celebrating, especially when they represent significant milestones.

    Guinness Limited Edition Beverage Can - Singapore
  • Craft beer has increased in popularity across Europe, and Norway is certainly no exception. As in other parts of the world, European craft brewers like Norway’s Aegir Bryggeri, are relying on beverage cans to bring their products to market thanks to the format’s many convenience and sustainability-driven attributes.

    Aegir Bryggeri’s craft beers featuring Crown’s innovative 360 End®.
  • Crown partnered with Ballygowan on the launch of its “Sparklingly Fruity” range of Sparkling Irish Water Drinks in Ireland.  The cool white aluminum cans are decorated using the our bespoke High Quality Print™ (HQP) technology, making each can jump off the shelf.

    Ballygowan Sparkling Raspberry Aluminum Can
  • Coors Light Canada celebrated backyard, amateur sports through its annual Coors Light Games in Canada with a series of seven Coors Light Games Variable Print cans from Crown, each of which represents a different backyard sport featured at the 2016 national event.

    Coors Light Cans With Crown Accents
  • In a dramatic departure from its established regional craft brewing business, Wachusett Brewing Company moved into new beverage territory, figuratively and literally, by developing a healthy alternative in the hard soda category. 

    Nauti Seltzer in Crown Cans
  • Victoria's Kitchen's line of 50-calorie beverages, inspired by traditional and artisanal European recipes, won major recognition for its matte finish, 12-ounce sleek styled cans by Crown. 

    Crown Cans for Victoria's Kitchen
  • As Singapore marked its 50th birthday (SG50) in 2015, Crown supported Coca-Cola SIngapore to celebrate the milestone year with eye-catching beverage packaging designs that  reflect the festivity of the national jubilee.

    Coca-Cola Singapore Promotional Crown Cans
  • Mike Hess Brewing introduced its Open Mike™ beer can, becoming the only brewery in California to use Crown’s patented 360 End® technology. 

    The Open Mike™ Beer Can From Mike Hess and Crown
  • Scottish brewers BrewDog have spearheaded the rise of craft beer in the UK and is listed in The 2012 Sunday Times Fast Track 100 as the fastest growing food and drink company in the UK, exporting to over 55 countries and boasting a global portfolio of 26 bar franchises.

    BrewDog in Crown Cans
  • Colorado-based Avery Brewing Company wanted to make its popular White Rascal Belgian Ale, Joe’s Premium American Pilsner, Ellie’s Brown Ale and India Pale Ale brands available in metal beverage cans and was looking for a partner who could help them convey its premium, progressive image to consumers.

    Four Avery Brewing Cans
  • For the Boulder, Colorado-based Upslope Brewing Company, it was the sustainability benefits of metal that drove interest in packaging its hand-crafted ales exclusively in beverage cans. From day one, Upslope knew that beverage cans were the perfect way to get people to take its brews on their next outdoor excursion.

    Three beer cans for Upslope Brewing
  • With two decades of experience and 18 different commercial beers under its belt, Wachusett Brewing Company chose to transition to metal beverage packaging for its most popular beers - Wachusett Blueberry and Green Monsta IPA.

    Two cans for Wachusett Brewing Company
  • To offer a broader range of choices to consumers, Sprecher Brewing Company chose to package its Special Amber and Root Beer in 12oz beverage cans from Crown.

    Root Beer and Special Amber by Sprecher
  • For Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October, Sockeye Brewing partnered with Crown to re-launch its flagship Dagger Falls IPA brand in limited-edition pink beverage cans.

    Special pink beverage cans for Dagger Falls
  • To celebrate the spirit, flavor and sound of the Northwest U.S., Fort George Brewery partnered with Tender Loving Empire, a record label representing artists in the region, and Crown on a unique program. A seasonal brew called Tender Loving Empire NWPA (Northwest Pale Ale) packaged in beverage cans was the central component.

    A Fort George Beer Can
  • With vocal supporters being considered the “12th man on the field” for many football teams, brands often turn to eye-catching beverage can designs to engage fans across the U.S.

    The "12th Man" can by Hilliard
  • With the launch of Helles Golden Lager, its ninth canned beer, Sly Fox Brewing Co. of Pottstown, Pennsylvania became the first brewery in North America to utilize Crown’s innovative 360 End® beverage can technology.

    The 360 End for Sly Fox
  • When famed UK West Country Cider producers The Shepton Mallet Cider Mill had the idea to promote its brand with a contest to give the customer who bought the one-millionth can of Natch cider their height in cases of Natch, they turned to Crown for a promotional solution.

    Instant Win ad for Natch
  • When the Shirley Temple Soda Pop Company decided to bring the popular non-alcoholic cocktail to retail stores, beverage cans were a natural fit to distinguish the product and reflect its fun, vibrant personality.

    A set of Shirley Temple Cans

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