We take care of all aspects of the canning operation: filling, seaming, labelling and date-coding.
We also supply packaging materials.
We are absolutely passionate about quality! Our highly- trained and meticulous team ensure the perfect seam, lowest O2 pick-up and rigorous sanitisation. We are independently audited and we use industry-leading testing equipment.
Tiny Keg caters for a range of producers. We have low minimum orders, but have packed over 15,000 cans in a day.
Not only do we use industry-leading Wild Goose canning equipment, we ensure perfect cans with a SKA depalletiser and twist-rinse; And it is built to be mobile! We also use liquid nitrogen technology, which allows us to pack still beverages, such as wine.
Labelling and sleeving:
We offer labelling and (soon) can sleeving. Call us to discuss your options.
Professional operators using the world’s best mobile canning equipment
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How does mobile canning work?
Book a date:
You contact us and book a date that suits your production schedule. We will discuss your product, can size, and labelling requirements. We will also chat about your site and send through our site requirements.
Canning day arrives:
We drive our truck out to your brewery/winery/distillery, offload, and roll in next to the tanks. Then we clean: a 3-stage CIP cycle is run when we arrive and before we leave.
Time to can:
The we get moving! We pack at up to 40 cans per minute, and have done over 6,000 liters in a day. We perform Quality Control tests before starting and throughout the day, including: seam checks; Dissolved Oxygen in tank and in package; ATP testing to ensure sanitation.
Time for a high 5 and a beer!
The last step, before we all go and have a beer to celebrate a successful day, is for us to clean our kit and our site and pack it all back into our truck.
We retain samples and follow a post-packaging testing regime to ensure that your product has kept perfectly.