C's decoding dates — Mr. Beerjangle
Cigar City released a report in October showing nearly 61 percent year-to- date growth, making it the fastest-growing brewery among the. Perrin / Cigar City White Noise. Brewed by Perrin Brewing . 22 ounce bottle into tulip glass; no bottle dating, but is a recent release. Pours slightly hazy/cloudy. Angel City: Will be using a best before date on their bottles very soon (Sept. ). Anheuser-Busch: Born on .. Cigar City: Uses a bottling date. Looks like this.
The month is notched and the year is printed except for seasonal beers like Double Bock and Octoberfest where the year is often not given. Shows the Julian date on all bottles. JUN would be June 18, The code is printed directly on the bottle and also on the master cases. Date and time is written on the can. It's a Julian date code stamped usually on the back label. We date our beer for ten days after bottling.
Format is a bit odd. Brew Kettle, The OH: We do have a Julian date code which we employ on both the case boxes and the bottle body label. The first three numbers are the day of the year which would be days after packaging, and the last two numbers indicate the year.
There is a date on the back label as a "best by" date. It's one year from bottling. See Fegley's Brew Works. All of our beer has a date etched into the neck of the bottle.
It will read example: It reads the 69th day of the 8 on the end is the batch that it came out of. It is good for 6 months after the bottling date. On the bottles, it's on the edge of the labels and for the cases, it's stamped on the side.
It's a Julian code. It's on the cases and should be on the bottles and cans. Also, the "regular strength" Brooklyn 12 oz. It's on the mother carton only.
Laser printed on the bottle and it's also on a white bar code label towards the bottom on one of the sides of the case box. It's on the carton only. On the 12 pack I have a date it was packed and a best by date. Just on the case tray. Good for six months. It's on the bottle portion of the bottle. It names the month and the year. There's also an inkjet date with the actual bottling date.
It's a 4-digit Julian code. First 3 digits are the day of the year and the 4th digit is the year. Look for it on the left hand side of the label along the edge. There will be 2 red marks under the month and day to mark the specific day. They have a year shelf life. On the bottles, this info is on the neck. We use Julian dates. Here is an example of how to decipher the code! The dates we have are more like vintages It's on their labels.
Used to be a notch on the label, now it's a Julian date on the neck of the bottle. We do date code our 6-pack boxes.
The date code is similar to a price sticker and is usually applied on the inside of the box on the opening flap. Each one is hand applied so sometimes the location varies.
Cigar City puts funny messages on bottoms of beer cans
The code is standard Julian dating. The first three numbers are the day of the year the beer was bottled. Written in yellow ink on the neck of the bottle. The top left is Jan, top middle is Feb. This pattern continues clock wise around the label. We give a single notch for each time we package a given style of beer in a month. So if a label has three notches in the bottom left hand corner then it is the third bottling in Sept. To the left of the label's main design.
Our products have date coding on them which is the actual julian production date. For example something produced on January 31, would readdddy. Typically it is on the bottle sometimes below the neck label and cans usually on the bottom.
Sometimes it is also on the packaging, but not always. On our Amber Ale and Blueberry beers we have a "best before date". We just put in a new line and we will have it on all our bottles from now on. It's on their cases and six-packs. The code tells the last day the beer should be available for sale.
All Coors "pull dates" fall on a Sunday—that's how you can determine the year the product was packaged.
In our example, the product should have been pulled from the shelves on Sunday, November 14, They just got a laser etcher and are trying to sort out glitches so soon each bottle will be laser etched with the date July It is stamped inside the middle slot of their six-pack carrier. Halfway up the neck of the bottle in Julian format: First three numbers are the day of the year. YY is the last 2 digits of the year. No dates on the bombers though. Printed on the glass below the label, usually towards the back label.
Format is a random letter or two followed by the date of the month, the month spelled out and the year. It's stamped on the outside of their cases. It's on the case package and the shelf-life is 90 days. On the top of the end panel of the case boxes.
Now in yellow ink to make it easier to read. Also cases are stamped with the date before they are palletized. Month and year are notched on the right side of the front label. It's stamped on the case. It's on the neck of the bottle in black ink.
You have to email the code to the brewery to find out the date. It's on the bottom left of the front label. On the mother carton only. It's stamped on the outside of their cases as well as the bottles.
It's usually on the bottom right of the label. We notch the best enjoyed by month and year on our bottle labels. There will be 2 red marks under the month and day to mark the specific day. Julian dates are used on bottles visible on the neck. Here is an example of how to decipher the code! From information we have seen the brewer states that the dates they have are more like vintages From information that we have seen the brewer state that they date code their 6-pack boxes and the date code is similar to a price sticker and is usually applied on the inside of the box on the opening flap.
Cigar City puts funny messages on bottoms of beer cans
Each one is hand applied so sometimes the location varies. The code is standard Julian dating.
The first three numbers are the day of the year the beer was bottled. All their beer has a day shelf life, except higher ABV beers. In addition, each label on our 12 oz. The top left is Jan, top middle is Feb.Qik - Hand Labeling bottles. by CigarCity Beer
This pattern continues clock wise around the label. They state that they give a single notch for each time we package a given style of beer in a month. So if a label has three notches in the bottom left hand corner then it is the third bottling in Sept. To the left of the label's main design.