Glass packaging provider Allied Glass has designed a new bottle for Manchester Gin’s complete range.
Manchester Gin said it unveiled a new-look bottle across its range, manufactured to its’ own custom-made design.
The new bottle features honeycomb label design, which has been embossed across the extra white flint glass.
Manchester Gin’s new bottle also features Mancunian symbol of the worker bee on the base, as well as Made in Manchester” emblazoned and embossed around the shoulder.
The new customised designed bottle is used for Manchester Gin’s range, including Signature gin, Raspberry Infused, Wild Spirit and Overboard.
Manchester Gin co-founder Seb Heeley said: “We’re thrilled to finally release our custom bottle to the world as we’ve been working on it for a number of months.
“The launch of the bottles comes less than two years from our first bottle of gin hitting the shelves and is hopefully set to capitalise on the huge growth we have already seen.
“We’ve kept the label design similar but have really tried to harness all the symbols we already had in our label, within the glass itself and hope we’ve given all Mancunians a bottle they can be proud of.”
In March this year, Allied Glass designed a new bottle for Blackwoods’ new spirit range.
Blackwoods, which is owned by Hi-Spirits, is claimed to be the world’s first vintage gin, made with harvested Shetland botanicals.
During the same month, Allied Glass also provided new blue glass bottle for Smeaton’s Bristol Method Dry Gin.
Denomination has designed the identity and packaging for Smeaton’s, while Allied Glass manufactured the glass bottle for the product.
Allied Glass is involved in the designing, developing and manufacturing of luxury glass packaging for the spirits industry.
The company provides glass packaging solutions to the major brands of food and drink, including Diageo Scotland, Morrison Bowmore, Whyte & Mackay, William Grant & Sons, Greene King, Heinz and Princes Foods.