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.
Ora Ale is a special brew straight from New Zealand. The origins of this beer are reflected in the design of the label, which includes beautiful illustrations depicting the area from which the ingredients are harvested from.
Anderson Craft Ales was looking to establish the design and branding for their family owned & operated craft brewery based out of London, Ontario, Canada. Brett Lair was behind the clean and striking design.
A lot of factors need to be considered when determining the direction for a company's brand identity, but for Toronto-based Strano and Pettigrew Design Associates, their client's commitment to using organic ingredients was the key inspiration for the minimalist brandmark and bottle design of Stockyards Small Batch Distillery.
Independent brand design agency Design Bridge are pleased to share details of the new packaging they’ve created for Wind Flower Snow Moon: a premium, regional beer brewed in the heart of the Yunnan province in South West China.
BrandOpus is excited to announce the launch of the Mysterious Mer-Chicken, the sixth edition of the Rare Beasts of Dorset collection from Badger Ales. The Mer-Chicken ale is the newest addition to the range and is brewed exclusively to celebrate Hall and Woodhouses’ Founders Day.