Comac microbrewery plants: flexible and customizable

The microbrewery sector has long been one of the most interesting beer sectors and Comac, always attentive to market trends, has been focusing on this sector for some time. Discover our microbrewery plants, designed to be turn-key installed in small and medium-sized businesses. Brewing beer has become enormously popular in recent years, involving thousands of […]

Beer kegging lines: why choosing an automatic machine

Adding automatic machines to beer kegging lines is a choice that allows to increase productivity and quality of work. Here are the main advantages offered by Comac automatic kegging lines. If you own or work for a brewery, even a small one, a kegging line that automatically performs all the functions is the perfect solution […]

Beer packaging machinery: a Comac design for Carlsberg in Sweden

A Carlsberg brewery in Sweden has recently inaugurated a new canning, bottling and kegging line designed by Comac and Rolec, both companies of the CFT group. The plant will be able to produce about 5 million liters of beer per year, highly focusing on aluminum can sustainability. On October 22, 2020, the Nya Carnegiebryggeriet craft brewery officially […]

Cans, bottles and kegs: which should you choose? The different types of beverage packaging and their benefits

The sturdiness of kegs, the lightness of aluminum, or the sustainability of glass? In beverage packaging there’s no absolute winner, just various alternatives that are more or less better suited to a company’s products and sales goals. Let’s take a look at the strengths of the three main types of packaging used by Comac’s packaging […]

Freshness meets sustainability – Comac kegging system for Free Flow Wines

Free Flow Wines, the Californian start-up that already boasts an impressive production capacity, chose the reliability and precision of Comac kegging systems to reach its goals: supplying high quality wine on tap, while focusing on environmental sustainability. Here are the machines we chose to create a highly efficient kegging system. Photo credits: Free Flow Wines […]

Which keg filler is right for your company? Some tips from Comac experts

Comac designs and manufactures different types of keg filling systems based on the type of production. Which keg is best for your company? All you need to know are your “numbers”. There is a myriad of variables to consider when selecting the perfect kegs for your company: the size of your company, the type of beverage to […]

Comac and the Rebirth of Dixie Beer

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Dixie was able to come back to New Orleans and launch its new headquarters featuring: Nearly 85,000 square feet (8 square kilometers), where two brewhouses are located together with a brand-new, fast-speed complete line, for kegging, bottling and canning, all manufactured by CFT – Comac [/vc_column_text][vc_video link=”″ title=”Comac and the Rebirth of Dixie Beer […]

Augmented Reality and Comac Kegging Machines – A Debut at 2019 Brau Beviale

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The 2019 edition of Brau Beviale, scheduled in Nuremberg from November 12th to 14th marks another stage over Comac path in applying the Industry 4.0. At the CFT Group stand, Hall 7, Booth 341, a new technology that will be installed on board the K1 and K2 kegging machines. [/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_images_carousel images=”16490,16497,16504″ img_size=”large”][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]The 2019 edition of Brau […]

Comac machines at Drinktec 2017: Microleaks detection system and Brushless valve

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Let’s keep on unveiling the machines that Comac will bring at Drinktec 2017. Today we talk about two absolute innovations in our range and both of them are Comac patented: the Microleaks detection system for keg lines and the Brushless valve for bottles and cans. [/vc_column_text][vc_images_carousel images=”17474,17482,17490″ img_size=”large”][vc_column_text]Let’s keep on unveiling the machines that Comac will […]

Plungers and taps, beer and barrels

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]   I cannot imagine how many times you sat at a table in a bar and, without paying too much attention, you asked for “a beer on tap”. You did not ask for a beer in a bottle… But where does this definition come from? In the past the beer was stored and packed in wooden […]