Below is a set of concepts, according to which catalogue has been developed. From all of the rules, there are exceptions - in the catalogue as well.
- Brewery BreweryExplanation
- Bottling plant This is the plant that does not produce beer. The bottler buys contracted production of beer from different breweries, sells under its own brand and closes their own caps.
- Model It is the overprint on the capsule ordered by the brewery or bottling plant.
- Variety It happens that at a certain stage of production some differences in print develop - these are the variety. Variations, however, are not treated as separate models because they were not ordered by the brewery and bottling plant. Variations are not placed in the catalogue because you can find infinite quantity of them. The varieties include shades of paint, thickness of the individual elements of printing, and the like.
- Trial This is a cap, which was ordered by the brewery or bottling plant, but for various reasons, leaving beer bottles brewery or bottling plants were not closed by them.
- Signature It is a logo of a plant producing caps placed on the "teeth" of a cap. The same caps with different signatures are treated as different patterns.
- Brand Which is simply the market name of beer produced at the brewery. Brand is not linked to the brewery on a permanent basis. A few beer brewers can produce a single brand. When the two brewers use single design cap for closing one brand of beer, the pattern is assigned to only one brewery.
- "Niedodruk" (badly printed cap) Not finished cap, which somehow found himself outside the factory packaging. It often happens that because of someone's negligence not finished caps are set up on the bottle. They are not considered as separate models and they are not also in this catalogue.
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