These illustrations look like they were pulled right from a children’s fairy tale book. Indeed Brewing Company turned to Minneapolis agency Duffy to help organize their beloved beers and communicate more clearly with consumers.
This beer was actually inspired by space! Glasfurd & Walker created the packaging and identity for Mariner Brewing, a new brewery in Canada. The design features imagery comprised of constellations and other references to the heavens above.
Perrier Sparkling Mineral Water launched limited edition packaging featuring original designs by artist Eric Rieger, also known as HOTTEA. We’re digging the bold geographic design inspired by HOTTEA’s own typographical installations and super fresh color palette.
These are some seriously gorgeous brews. Creuna designed the packaging for Krone, a new brand of Norwegian beer. The design features gold coloring and typography that elevates the product and makes it stand out from almost every other beer brand.
Prague based agency Cocoon redesigned an old Czech favorite and created a new take on traditional beer packaging. Staropramen Beer got a new redesigned logo and a special series of brews that capture the stories behind the brewery and its origin.
Union Wine Company’s latest release is perfect for a summer day. The Riesling Radler (a delicious combo of Riesling, grapefruit and other flavors) comes in a colorful can that feels like it will transport you to the tropics.
There are 12 different Budweiser breweries across the country, proudly brewing Bud’s distinct golden suds. Californians drink Budweiser brewed in California. New Yorkers drinks Bud from New York. To celebrate Budweiser’s home-grown pride, Bud replaced the name of the beer with the 11 individual states that brew Bud: California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Texas, and Virginia—bringing to life each state’s individuality, and only available for sale in those states.