At first glance, the workstation of Gregor Nowotsch looks like a maze made up of thousands of bottles. Under his watchful eye, they travel down the conveyor belts and through the hall, rattling as they go. "At one installation, we fill up to 50,000 bottles in an hour," says the head of bottling. Anyone who has ever poured a glass of beer will wonder how it is possible to bottle it so quickly. "The secret," says Nowotsch, "is that the bottles are under pressure, so they can be filled without building up a head."
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