Latest news surrounding Allied Glass

A Superb Bottle for a Fine Welsh Gin

Welsh spirits producer Aber Falls has recently expanded its portfolio with the launch of a small batch welsh gin in a stunning ice blue bottle from Allied Glass. A distinctive oval shaped bottle with great on-shelf presence it has a contemporary yet elegant profile with bold embossing of the brand’s own design perfectly capturing the creativity of the Aber Falls Distillery. James Wright, Managing Director of Aber Falls, says:  

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An Unmissable Bottle for 6 O’Clock Gin

Nearly 30 years ago, Edward and Penny Kain owned a fruit farm. As a side line they made fruity liqueurs, the first incarnation of the family’s gin recipe was created as the base for their piquant Sloe Gin. Some years later, their children took over the now prosperous distillery and guided by the family expertise in liqueurs, began perfecting a gin recipe. This was the creation of the wonderful 6 O’Clock Gin.

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Allied Supports Saint Patrick’s Distillery

Saint Patrick’s Distillery is based in Douglas County Cork, their goal being to produce spirits of character, taste and personality. Most spirits drunk today are produced from grains however Saint Patrick’s uses a potato base for their range of vodkas and gins because of its unique sweetness and versatility.  

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Whitley Neill: A Perfect Showcase for Allied Decoration

Allied Glass are delighted to be the sole supplier of bottles for the stunning collection of Whitley Neill spirits, a bespoke range which perfectly showcases the company’s technical and advanced value-added capabilities, spraying, printing and embossing all creating individuality and great on-shelf presence.

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The Powerscourt Distillery Launches Three New Whiskey Expressions

The Powerscourt Distillery proudly unveils three new Irish whiskeys under the brand name Fercullen; Fercullen 14-Year Old Single Malt Whiskey, Fercullen 10-Year-Old Single Grain Whiskey and Fercullen Premium Blend Irish Whiskey. Released by award winning Master Distiller Noel Sweeney, these opening expressions form part of a planned portfolio of premium Irish whiskeys being launched by the distillery and soon to open Distillery Visitor Centre.

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The New Holly’s Gin Bottle

Holly’s Gin is a small batch gin created by hand and inspired by Holly Harwood’s love of London Dry, vintage gin bottles and her home of Cornwall.

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Stylish, Bold and Vivid Red- Presenting the fabulous Red Door Gin bottle

With over 120 years of whisky distilling tradition behind them, the family owned Benromach Distillery has recently taken a new direction and, in the summer of 2018, launched the magnificent Red Door Gin, a small-batch, handcrafted London Dry style gin, inspired by Scotland’s mountains, forests and coastal fringes and named after the distinctive red doors at the distillery in a fabulous red bottle by Allied.

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A New Bottle for Curio

Curio Spirits has launched a beautiful new glass bottle exclusively created by Allied Glass for its Wild Coast Gin and Cardamom Vodka brands, giving it a more distinctive profile whilst supporting Curio’s desire to be more environmentally responsible. The new bottle, which is manufactured in standard flint replaces the previous extra white flint container which was produced in Europe, it therefore using recycled content and reducing the bottle’s carbon footprint  

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Trend Focus 2019

There are many trends influencing a variety of different markets, we have selected 7 key trends with 3 of those having the greatest impact on the spirits market specifically. Millennials and the next cohort Generation Z, Provenance and Premiumisation.   Millennials and Generation Z

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A Perfect Presentation for Chinnery Gin

Chinnery Gin, perfectly packaged in a stunning bottle inspired by artist and explorer George Chinnery and the romance of the Old China Trade, created by Design Bridge and manufactured by Allied. George Chinnery was born in London in 1774. He attended art school there, a contemporary of Turner’s. He became a portrait artist and moved to Dublin in 1796, lodging at 27, College Green, in the heart of the city.

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