The founders of Monument City Brewing Company have some serious Baltimore pride, so why not incorporate that into their packaging? The brewery turned to Orange Element for a fresh design that would highlight the city itself while giving it a contemporary spin.
To make it in the beer market, brands have to make a lasting impression. Designed by Halo, this rebrand for Butcombe Brewing Co. does just that. The new bottles and design possess a confidence and communicate an established brand while highlighting the unique offerings of the brewery.
This is certainly a beer that is made to stand out. Although already an established brewery, Vocation Brewery released a new range of craft lagers that needed to express the creativity involved in these fresh brews. We asked the team behind the design, Robot Food, a few questions about this project to learn more about standing out in a saturated market, creating brand confidence, following gut feelings in design, and more.
Victory is good, but beer is better. These beer bottles were cleverly designed by kissmiklos to incorporate a play on words. It also draws inspiration from the location of the pub, and each brew has its own unique look.
Hired Guns Creative has come out with another beautiful design for Driftwood Brewery, this time for their Weizenbock brew. As always, the design features a wonderfully detailed illustration that captures your attention right away.
Hired Guns Creative created this beautiful packaging redesign for Driftwood Brewery’s Belle Royale Kriek. The illustration is the driving force of this brew, as it is executed in such a skillful manner, taking inspiration from the Art Nouveau movement.
Louisiana-based agency TILT designed this gorgeous packaging for De Steeg Brewing, a craft-brewery based out of Denver, Colorado. The lettering and illustrations are filled with delightful detailing and provide for a brew that is nothing short of a work of art.
Sand Creative has designed the packaging for the newest cider to join the Henderson's family. The new Spectacular Rhubarb Cider includes beautifully detailed illustrations and a pink metallic finish that adds to the overall sophistication and elegance that the Henderson's line of ciders embodies.
Shock Top Beer has got a new look! The updated branding and packaging still features a citrus wedge mascot but overall has a more youthful feel. Whether you're digging the new look or hating it, we want to know what you think about this brand refresh.
jones knowles ritchie was behind the design for this clever, art-deco inspired booze-free brew for Budweiser. This take on non-alcoholic beer takes direct inspiration from the American Prohibition Era of the 1920s, a time when consuming alcohol was considered illegal.
Seagulls have a reputation for being pesky while you’re trying to relax on the beach, but we can’t help but find Hoppy Seabird absolutely adorable. Designed by Limegreentangerine, the bottles have a memorable bird icon on the front who also appears on the back of the label with a bit more personality. Each beer variety has its own coordinating color, which combines with the illustrations to give it a playful attitude.
Vocation Brewery and Robot Food have collaborated once more to unleash an exciting new craft lager range for beer lovers. The design is a bold and fresh take on craft beer, complete with a bold color palette and brushstroke textures.
Love small batch beers? Then you should know about the Widmer Brothers. They only produce any variety of beer for a limited run, so you’ve always got something new to try! Sasquatch Agency designed their Crowler can to highlight the elements that make their brews so special—namely, the landscape of Oregon, where the beer is made.
Canadian agency Palms designed this whimsical packaging for Whistler Brewing's craft beer. The labels take inspiration from groovy lettering from rock band posters while maintaining a fun and contemporary feeling.
It’s not so hard to talk about what something tastes like, but would you be able to create an illustration or design based off of flavors? That’s exactly what Thirst did with Commonwealth Brewing Co.’s line of tasty brews. The colorful, abstract designs are certainly unique and give consumers a taste of what the beer is like before they even crack it open. It also creates a memorable experience, as if you’re enjoying a cold beer and your own personal mini trip to an art museum.
Wherever you go in the world, there’s one thing you’ll almost always find easily: beer. Holic Design Studio developed the branding and packaging for Folks Craft Brewery in order to celebrate people from all walks of life enjoying a nice, cold brew.
We can’t wait to get our hands on these. AND UNION has a delightful range of beer that have an incredibly alluring and fun texture that gives the traditional brew a fresh new look. Keep things simple and essential, each beer has a coordinating color and an easy description, allowing drinkers to find what they want right away.
As the world becomes increasingly connected, language barriers are a thing of the past. In the case of Bionic Brew, Austin based HELMS WORKSHOP updated a traditional folktale with modern visual language to introduce craft-beer to a burgeoning Chinese market.
New Zealand agency makebardo designed the playful packaging and branding for Lillevik Alpine, a cider with strong European influences. Without artificial additives this refreshing cider has a perfect balance of sweet with a powerful flavor, all the while serving up great design.
Have you ever enjoyed a beer in the shower? Indulging in a shower beer is pretty common—after all, sudsing up for a night on the town goes hand in hand with a little pre-gaming. We spoke with Snask who designed a specific brew for just that on how Shower Beer came to be.
Los Fígaro from Guadalajara, México has designed a New Year's kit for their clients. The kit is comprised of 3 artisanal beers and is complete with a cheery message, perfect for drinking away 2016 and welcoming in 2017.