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Croxsons partners with non-alcoholic gin brand

Glass packaging firm Croxsons has teamed up with Sea Arch to supply a pair of bottles for the start-up’s non-alcoholic gin.

Blended and bottled in England, the non-alcoholic spirit contains 11 botanicals and is distilled twice in a traditional copper pot with spring water.

The bottles have been designed and developed by Croxsons to reflect Sea Arch’s Devon-based location.

In line with Sea Arch’s brief, the bottles are spray coated with lead-free paint to a specific colour requirement and feature plain cork closures.

Croxsons’ COO Tim Croxson said: “We pride ourselves on working in partnership with environmentally conscious customers to meet and deliver their individual requirements. Sea Arch is a great alternative for gin lovers, offering the consumer an alcohol-free option.

“As a relative newcomer to the industry, we have been able to support them with our experience and knowledge gained from many years in the spirits sector. We have supplied standout bottles in two sizes and they have been well received.”

Geoff Yates, founder of Sea Arch, said: “Coming from a coastal town, we care about our environment – it’s where we live and play and we want to help preserve it.

“We use recycled cardboard for our boxes, solvent free paint on our bottles and of course no single use plastic is used in our packaging. We now take two bottle sizes from Croxsons (70cl and 25cl) and continue to receive great feedback from the bottle, which we believe represents our brand perfectly.”

Sea Arch’s non-alcoholic gin is available in a 700ml Moonea bottle or as a 250ml version and can be purchased online and from specialist retailers.