Custom Beer carrier

Industry: Beverage

Custom Beer carriers are perfect for carrying of small number of bottles or for displaying your beer bottles with your branding. 

We can assist you with design with our in-house team, or simply bring your designs to us and we can deliver you strong, sturdy economical beer packaging that will enhance your branding and protect your product.

We can create an custom packaging solution for your beer bottles such as a 4-pack beer and 6-pack carrier

These are great to use for drinks such as Craft Beer, Ciders and Mixed Drinks.

Our beer carriers are ideal for craft beer breweries. These durable cardboard beer bottle carriers are ideal for printing on and reinforcing your brand identity whilst providing a practical medium for your customers to safely transport your beer. As our boxes are custom-made to order we can fit any bottle size required. The boxes can be die cut to include handles and cut-out panels so your beer bottle labels can be displayed. Additionally, our beer bottle carriers are 100% recyclable and made here in Australia. 

They are extremely easy to assemble, the sides just need to be pushed together and the entire structure pops together, no glue or tape is needed! And will be supplied flat packed for easy transport and storage. Beer carriers also feature internal divider flaps to protect your bottles and labels from damage. 

Why use our Beer Carriers?

  • Branded for your product
  • Australian made
  • Protects your Beer
  • Recyclable

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How to measure a box

Use a ruler or tape measure to determine the Length X Width x Height in millimeters (mm). When providing dimensions it needs to be in the correct order of Length x Width x Height.

Length: The longest opening panel below the opening of the box

Width:  The shorter opening panel

Depth (Height):  The side perpendicular to the length and width. Height is the only dimension without a flap. Measure the standing side of the box from top to bottom. The height measurement does not include flaps.

How to measure a box
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