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City Brewing Co (Memphis) Joins our Growing List of Customers

Dry Lube would like to welcome City Brewing Company (Memphis) to our increasing list of customers. The facility runs 4 can lines and 1 glass bottle line with a capacity to produce over 60 million cases per year.   City Brewing Packaging Manager, TJ East, contacted Dry Lube in 2012 with a view to converting his packaging ... Read More


Carlsberg Denmark – Converting to Dry Lubrication

Carlsberg Denmark is one of the world's leading producers and supplier of beer and soft drinks. Carlsberg, Tuborg and Coca-Cola are among the strongest brands in Denmark, giving Carlsberg a 63% share of the beer market and 50% of the soft drinks market. The Carlsberg brewery in Frederica has recently converted one of its four production ... Read More


THOMAS HARDY – Investing in A Sustainable Future with Dry Lubrication

Thomas Hardy produce and package products for many of the leading international brewing companies. Their Kendal site is home to an extremely flexible high speed glass bottling line with a capacity of 360,000 hectolitre per annum. Additionally, Thomas Hardy is renowned for service quality, responsiveness, openness, investment and competitive pricing. The latest investment of water-free lubrication supports ... Read More


CNBC News Channel: MillerCoors to move away from Wet Lube

Author: Justin Solomon CNBC Producer Weblink: http://www.cnbc.com/id/39381417/How_Much_Water_Does_it_Take_to_Make_Beer   At MillerCoors, water is everything. From brewing to pasteurizing to shipping, water is the fuel that runs the factories. “It's the main ingredient in our beer. It helps clean our brew kettles. It helps water our crops," says Kim Marotta, Vice President of Corporate Social Responsibility for the company. “Without that water, ... Read More


Star-Telegram: MillerCoors to Save 57 Million Gallons of Water with Dry Lubrication

D-FW businesses, governments trying to conserve water Posted Sunday, Sep. 12, 2010 BY BILL HANNA billhanna@star-telegram.com FORT WORTH -- There's no way of getting around it -- you can't make beer without water. But the MillerCoors Fort Worth Brewery in south Fort Worth, while consuming 887 million gallons in 2009, is using less water these days. The brewery is using 57 ... Read More


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