Sire, I’ve found that luggage you need. The shipping container experts at Liviri, who specialize in food protection, your grace, recently announced a family of protective, reusable, insulated boxes designed to enable year-round beer shipments for your treasured bombers. No longer will you look like a lunatic who taped up an actual bomb in a box — when either shipping via mail or checking luggage on a flight — on those rare occasions when your own jet is not available.
I’ve done the most thorough research possible, my lord, and vouch for these completely. At one point, I typed the word “beer” into PR Newswire, and found the beautiful Liviri Vino product line pictured. I know what you’re thinking. Vino? Maroon? Nonsense. This alcohol ark is compatible with all temperature-sensitive shipments, including craft beer bombers in four- and six-bottle configurations.
Shall I blow your mind again, sire?
These would work especially well for your craft brewery and its new bottle club. For instance, New Belgium Brewing Co. launched a direct-to-consumer shipping program that utilized Liviri Vino to keep its “cork and cage” craft beers safe, minimizing the environmental impact of shipping out of state. FedEx is even offering a flat rate for return shipping of Liviri Vino containers via FedEx Ground. Liviri also worked with the FedEx Packaging Lab to make sure the design exceeded durability standards. Exceeded!
I apologize for my enthusiasm, but these new Liviri containers can be reused for up to two years and are 95 percent recyclable. The reusable insulation and ice packs also eliminate the need for single-use packaging. That all adds up to less waste and chill beer, which is also your coat of arms, my lordship. Precision padding keeps bottles secure and separated while reusable coolant inserts and insulation provide a safe, temperature-stable environment inside the box. It’s, of course, easy to use and return — simply open the lid, add or remove the bottles, close the lid and add the label. Lastly, they are simply debonair.
For more information on Vino6 and Vino4, I will happily click this link — liviri.com — with your mouse when you are ready. Just let me know!