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Why can?

Diverse, modern and full of character - this is how Camba is starting the year 2023 with its new line of cans.

Whether it's the Camba Mastrobator, the Camba Black Shark or the popular and strictly limited Braumeister editions: from March 1st, 2023, the exclusive and award-winning Camba beers will be given a new look. All international beer styles, the Braumeister editions from March 2023 and the 0.33l Camba Limited Editions, which were previously available in longneck bottles, are presented in the new, attractively designed and, above all, opaque 0.44l can. In addition to the can, the Camba Chiemsee Edition will continue to be available in the usual 0.33l bottle. The traditional varieties of Camba Bavaria are still available in the 0.5 euro bottle.


True to the motto "Everything has to change so that everything stays the way it is."[1] In times of a global energy and raw materials crisis, the Camba Bavaria is stylish and colourful, but above all new and future-proof. With the introduction of the can, Camba will focus on resource-saving and more efficient production in the future and, with the launch of the new can line, will present itself authentically and individually at the same time. In addition, the switch to the can offers other significant advantages: in addition to sensory and taste advantages, the filling of beers in cans enables ongoing sustainability in the energy balance including recycling and significant  transport and space advantages.


From March 2023, the Camba beers will be available in a black, high-quality and opaque can with eye-catching and individually designed labels, in the brewery shop and also in selected beverage stores and beverage wholesalers. The design of the cans is based, among other things, on the respective name of the Camba beer. Above all, the illustrations on the label artistically emphasize the origin of the beer style and the different aromatic notes that can be recognized in the taste of the beer. The graphics of the Braumeister editions, on the other hand, are largely based on the unusual names that have been characteristic of these special, strictly limited editions for several years.


[1] The Leopard, Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa

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