For the past month, we have been able to change the way we print at Flexible Pack by introducing the Impala 4. It is a cutting-edge press designed to produce high-quality graphics of all sizes, on every type of material, in large or small quantities, and in a quick-turn delivery fashion.
At Flexible Pack, we lead the pack when it comes to printing for the brewery industry! We have quick turnaround times, high-performing graphic solutions, and a team that is fully dedicated to making sure your beer labels are absolutely PERFECT! Although, what most breweries didn’t know is that we have extensive capabilities to print more than beer labels!
During the pandemic, our company was challenged in more ways than one to remain physically safe from Covid-19 while still maintaining the same exceptional products and customer service. In this blog, we will talk about some of the Pros and Cons of working in the Printing industry during the Covid-19 Pandemic.
As the supply chain around the world has been at a halt, it gets customers thinking, what can we do to reduce lead times to get our printed products? The answer is to switch to digital printing.
Are you a new brewery looking into different materials for your beer label? Or have you ordered from Flexible Pack before but want to try a new label material? Flexible Pack can help! In terms of pressure-sensitive labels, you can choose from White BOPP, Silver BOPP, or Clear BOPP.
As the weather is starting to improve, the beer events are increasing! Check out some of the Beer events going on this May! They are a way to go out with your friends and enjoy new beers! Flexible Pack prints the labels at a few of these breweries including Mighty Squirrel, Lord Hobo, and Mayflower Brewing so make sure to check them out!
When you walk into a liquor store and go towards the craft beer section, you usually see an array of beer cans with colorful labels. Then you think to yourself, which new beer am I going to try today? You keep looking, pick up a can, then look at the label for any content that can tell you about the brand and the taste of the beer. That label with the content is what is going to help you decide what beer you choose. So as a brewery why not try a shrink sleeve that has more real estate on the can than an average label?