(Hershey, PA) – Tröegs Brewing recently posted a video of the company bottling Troegenator.
Our bottling line fills and labels 110 bottles per minute which is 6,600 bottles per hour. We do between 2,500 and 3,000 cases of beer in a typical packaging day.
The depalletizer loads new bottles onto the packaging line. The bottles are rinsed with filtered water and then enter the filler where it is purged with carbon dioxide to reduce oxygen in the bottle. The bottle is filled with beer, receives a secondary carbon dioxide purge and then crowned to eliminate all oxygen in the bottle.
Finally, the bottle passes through the labeler and is then packaged into cases.
Origin: NEUTRAUBLING, GERMANY