Introducing the NEXT bottle – new aluminium bottle

Introducing the NEXT bottle – new aluminium bottle

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Innovative, lightweight aluminium bottle perfect for Sparkling Wine and Beer

The NEXT bottle is perfect for sparkling wines and beer. Created by Studio One Eleven, the bottle combines the elegant and traditional wine bottle shape with an innovative, sustainable and lightweight material: aluminium.
NEXT closure puts together the classic cork with a metal wire hood and covers the capsule.

Fully recyclable without loss of quality NEXT is a lightweight bottle that provides consistent energy and carbon savings along the supply chain.

It provides maximum product protection thanks to its total barrier to light, gases, and moisture, and allows the content to cool faster thanks to its higher thermal conductivity.

Many possibilities, keeping elegance and distinction! Full body decoration possible (shoulder and neck included), up to 6 colours.

Berlin Packaging UK introducing the NEXT bottle
Introducing the NEXT bottle © Berlin Packaging UK

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This article was originally published by Berlin Packaging UK.

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