The beer industry’s ability to meet increased demand, which is at levels typically found around the 4th of July, a peak season for the sector, is even more remarkable considering that 40% of craft beer gets sold as draft-drawn beer.
CODI Brewing Company has dispatched their mobile canning machines to Colorado, offering their services for free to smaller breweries, including fast-tracking generic label designs with space for the brewer’s name.
The mobile canning machines can take beer straight from kegs.
So far, CODI has sent three such instruments to the Denver metro area, although it says that, depending on demand, they can send more of these canning machines to the area or new regions should the need arise.
Sadly, some of these efforts might not be enough to save all of America’s craft brewers.

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