How to Fill Bags with Carbonated Liquids
Posted on October 14 2020
Filling Bags with Carbonated Beverages
The drink in a bag is not a very common sight in the states. But, in other countries like Spain or Singapore, you can see pouches filled with drinks. The benefits of bags over bottles for drink storage include bags being lighter and easier to carry. Flask bags are also more concealable, and easier to transport on motorcycles or backpacks. Filling these bags with carbonated beverages requires a certain technique to maintain the carbonation and flavor of the drink. This guide will go over how to fill our bottle pouches with carbonated liquids.
Keep in Mind
When dealing with carbonated liquids, there are things to keep in mind. First, the more exposure the liquid has to oxygen, the quicker it will lose its carbonation or go flat. This can be prevented by keeping the liquid in an airtight container at all times. Our bottle pouches are made with an impermeable material and have a screw-on cap to limit any exposure to the open air. Another factor to remember is that colder liquids will not lose carbonation as fast as warmer liquids. Keep your carbonated drinks cold and it will stay fizzy for a longer period. Finally, remember that carbonated liquids create a pressurized environment within the storage vessel. Your container should be able to expand slightly without breaking if it is going to hold a carbonated liquid. With all these factors in mind, let's proceed to the filling instructions.
- Remove your carbonated beverage from the refrigerator.
- Place a funnel into the opening of the bottle pouch.
- Slowly pour the liquid into the funnel and allow it to pour down into the pouch.
- Wait for the fizz to dissipate if it forms.
- Continue pouring until the pouch is 3/4ths of the way full.
- Screw on the cap.
- Store in the refrigerator or cooler to ensure there is no loss in carbonation.
While bags may seem like a strange container for your drinks, once you try them out you will quickly see how they offer a unique and new method of drink storage. Your bagged carbonated drinks will surely stand out on the supermarket shelves. Shipping these bags through online sales is also easier because of the lower weight and compact nature of the bags. You can’t store cans as efficiently as you can store bottle pouches. The same can be said about the empty versions of the two containers. We offer different designs of bottle pouch based on your unique needs.
Consider our heavy duty aluminum bottle pouch for secure liquid storage. For bags that can be easily hung on backpacks or belt clips, consider our corner spout bags with hang holes. For more information on filling bags, consult our blog on filling bottle pouches vs open pouches. Bags are versatile enough to be useful in any area. Consider making the switch to bottles today!
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