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Breweries in Indiana dealing with beer can shortage

first_img Twitter Breweries in Indiana dealing with beer can shortage WhatsApp By Network Indiana – March 17, 2021 0 151 Pinterest Twitter Google+ IndianaLocalNews Facebook By Paul Joseph from vancouver, bc, canada (08-mar-31) [CC BY 2.0 ], via Wikimedia Commons Breweries in Indiana, and across the country, had to adapt in 2020 because of the pandemic. Now, they’ve had to adapt again.With a lot of bars and restaurants closed for most of last year, breweries and other beverage companies focused on producing more drinks in cans to sell in the stores.“In August 2019, Sun King utilized 600,000 beverages cans,” Clay Robinson, co-CEO of Sun King Brewery in Indianapolis, told Inside Indiana Business. “In August 2020, we utilized 1.2 million cans.”He said breweries and companies focused on cans, not just throughout the United States, but throughout the world. However, that threw “a wrench in the works,” Robinson said.There is now a shortage of aluminum cans.“There’s not enough run time on machines that make cans, so what a lot of beverage manufacturers have had to do in order to keep their primary packages flowing is kind of shed some of their ancillary brands and really focus on core products,” Robinson said.That means not as much production of specialty products, meaning you might not see your favorite seasonal beer as much.He added that even though bars and restaurants are opening back up, he doesn’t anticipate the sales of aluminum cans to go back to pre-pandemic levels. Facebook Google+ Pinterest WhatsApp Previous articleHartford City man arrested after high speed chase near New ParisNext articleSt. Mary’s planning traditional pre-pandemic commencement for late May Network Indianalast_img read more

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Canterbury Bulldogs off to horror start to NRL season, prompting calls

first_imgPay remains without a win in his short coaching career after the Sydney Roosters sent his Bulldogs back to their kennel with an 18-point loss and their tails between their legs on Friday.The Bulldogs conceded three tries in 38 minutes and never got within striking distance as they allowed Roosters pair James Tedesco and Cooper Cronk to click into gear at their new club.It was the second week in a row Pay’s side gave up 30-plus points, following their heavy defeat to defending premiers Melbourne in their season-opener.Not since the old ‘Berries gave up 93 points in 1971 have the Bulldogs allowed as many points over the opening fortnight of a competition.“It’s becoming frustrating, that’s for sure,” Pay said.Roosters backline stars Blake Ferguson and Latrell Mitchell joined Tedesco in combining for 562 metres, 15 tackle busts, four line breaks and two tries.“In the first half their back five rolled out of their end too easily. We said we were going to try and nullify that, but I just thought we didn’t do a good enough job of that,” Pay said.Pay was also unhappy with their restructured attack, particularly during a crucial 10-minute period in the first half when the Roosters had forward Isaac Liu in the sin bin.Pay was left to rue the bunker’s decision to overturn a Marcelo Montoya try due to an obstruction, but was otherwise unimpressed by their play with the ball.“We’ve worked hard in the off-season with how we want to attack and we didn’t get that on tonight, so that side’s frustrating as well,” he said.Bulldogs captain Josh Jackson refused to use the daunting task of facing the Storm and Roosters first up as an excuse.“It doesn’t matter who they are, 30 points isn’t good enough,” he said.“If we want to be there in September we’ve got to match it with every team in the competition, regardless of how good of a footy team they are. Very disappointing in that aspect.”last_img read more

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