Beer is tickling tastebuds in pubs, bars and homes across the UK as independent breweries banish fizzy lagers and tasteless ciders to the back of the queue.
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Glass printing specialists Seaways Services has seen a boom in demand for printed beer bottles as small, craft breweries bring their quirky and individual pints to drinkers nationwide.
The rise in beer drinking has been slowly developing over the past few years as pub goers and home drinkers alike have increasingly tired of mainstream lagers and ciders, turning their attention to quality beers produced by the small, craft breweries popping up all over the UK.
Seaways has been busy producing bespoke printed bottles for the likes of up and company producers The Wild Beer Company, whose funky bottled beers are tantalising ale lovers across the country, and Black Sheep, who have just launched a large, limited edition collector's item bottle of Progress beer to celebrate their 20th anniversary.
Andrew Cooper from The Wild Beer Company said: "Printed bottles help us stand out from the crowd - we love the look and feel of them, they're perfect for premium bars and restaurants in places like London, Manchester, York and Edinburgh where our products are available."
Jayne Shaw, managing director at Seaways Services, said: "More and more of these small, artisan breweries are turning to us to help them bottle their beers in a fresh and funky way.
"People have grown tired of the tasteless, fizzy lagers and ciders mass produced and churned out in pubs across the country and they've developed a real taste for lovingly produced beers with character and charm."