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We're currently trying to decide between an in-line rotary labeler or pre-printed bottles. The printed bottles are pretty neat plus we could use our glass blower to make custom glasses from the enameled bottles. The in-line labeler, which we'd most likely use with pressure-sensitive labels, obviously allows for much more flexibility though. How do these two options compare cost-wise? What are the pros and cons of both the labeler vs. the printed bottles?


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Pre-printed bottles are very cool and offer a much cleaner, more specialized look but unfortunately, this option only allows for one print per beer. The level-sensing process required to produce the printed bottles can also be quite impractical, not to mention pretty time-consuming. 

Using PS labels with an in-line labeler gives you much more flexibility - plus, it's a more streamlined process. Pop a roll of PS labels into the in-line machine, switch-on the labeler and you're ready to go! The PS-labellr itself is fairly inexpensive, particularly when you factor in the cost of the hassle and labor required for pre-printed bottles. 

Aug 23, 2016

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