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.
There’s something that stands out about utilizing a black and white color scheme for packaging. This is especially the case with OLIMPICA beer’s labels. Futura created the design for these brews which utilize that striking combination of black and white along with intriguing typography.
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.
Tim, Tim and Felix have two fun things in common, the three gentlemen are each others brother-in-law and have mutually been dreaming about setting up their own beer brewery. This year their dream finally came alive when they contacted branding agency Today. This resulted in a great launch of the brand using striking branding to emphasize the outstanding flavour of the beers.
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.
Given the nature of craft beer, it’s only fitting that each beer has its own personality, and thus each beer deserves its own unique label. This is the case with Argentinian brewery, Kerze who has come out with a line of unique labels for each of their brews.
In South Africa, Mitchell’s Brewing is well-known for being the original in the craft beer market. Their brand needed a new look in order to appeal to the modern consumer, and thus The Butcher’s Shop stepped in and helped create this streamlined design.
Russian Beer Company Red Button has been using a single red dot as a way for the manufacturer to identify its products. So when it came time to redesign their bottles, Moscow-based agency Ikon BC used the concept of 'pushing the red button' to appeal to beer drinkers' 'all systems go' adventurous side.