Say Hello to PARADOX, another happy Martin Robotics 8 Shooter customer!
Paradox Beer Company brings barrel-aged American sour feral and wild ales to the 8 Shooter bottling revolution. Read more about their story & where to find them here.
Paradox Beer Company will re-open its taproom in the Summer of 2016. It will feature their fine creative blends such as: the Salted Mango Chili Sour No. 26; the Ginger Pear Sour No. 34; Call me in the Morning Skully No. 36, with a hint of coconut. The 8 Shooter reaches new heights in scenic Divide, Colorado. This brewery will knock your socks off with its irreverent, lively, and laid back personality. And while once the tap room is open, visitors will be able to enjoy a great atmosphere and spectacular view (sneak peak below), you’ll still want to grab some bottles for home. And when you do, make the most of Paradox’ entertaining label which features food, cheese, and -most recently- movie pairing recommendations. With these guys, you don’t know what will be next. Maybe they will offer up the playlist they rocked out to while brewing?
At 9,165′ of elevation, Paradox makes use of advanced programming features to adjust for their elevation’s lower atmospheric pressure. But that’s not the only way in which Paradox takes advantage of what Martin Robotics’ filler offers brewers. Every brewery has its own unique recipes and methods. Paradox fills a custom 500mL Belgium Braun with a single large label panel. Just another way the Martin Robotics 8 Shooter conforms to your brewery’s operations. Don’t be stuck in one sized box. Your beer and its packaging should not have to accommodate a filling process’s limitations. Whether your brewery naturally bottle ferments or introduces carbonation in Brite tanks, your process’s filling needs are addressed.
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