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I'm setting up a small production distillery. What is the cost difference between going with a standard bottle vs a custom bottle? Is there a minimum production requirement?


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Heidi Humble from Kaufman Container Company

In some cases, distributors have access to some unique bottles and if those do not work, taking a standard or basic bottle and putting unique decoration with silk screening or labeling will get your product noticed.

Nov 26, 2013

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Mike Thom from Wholesale Bottles USA

If you are thinking about a custom bottle contact us.  We are a manufacturer (not a distributor) and have many unused molds that can be modified or used.  Also, there is a strong possibility (if your idea is marketable) that we would design and be able to market your liquor bottle to others but allowing you customized aspects to it that will not affect the major portions of the mold.  
Best to deal with a manufacturer on matters such as this.

Dec 7, 2016

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Enzo Raffaele-Addamo from GloPak USA Corp.

You want to make sure if you plan to use a unique bottle that you get a contract on availability and price. I have seen other distributors take advantage in clients because you have no choice but to use their unique bottle. Yes there is a minimum with a custom bottle. If you are a new distillery and have limited funds keep it simple in the beginning. If you have unlimited funds design a unique custom bottle. Call me if you have any questions [phone number] Enzo Raffaele-Addamo

Oct 24, 2016

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Chris Stewart from Logo Label Printing Company

We can assist in printing labels for whatever bottle you choose. We have a variety of materials and shapes and sizes and can create custom dies. 

Aug 21, 2015

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Hannah Dolle from Packaging Support Group

Packaging Support Group can customize a 750ml bottle for a minimal start up fee.  20,000 bottles min.  Please contact me for more information and a quote.

Jul 23, 2014

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Renee Williams from Grandstand Glassware and Apparel

If you are just starting up, probably the best route to take is a standard bottle as there are thousands of options.  Custom bottles require extra lead times, high minimum order requirements, and up front payment for custom is fairly standard.  If you have the resources, the best option is to contact one of the major bottle suppliers directly to get all the information that you need on custom packaging.

Oct 22, 2013

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