Posts tagged beer design
Brand Creation and Packaging Design for Cooperation Beer of Three Breweries

Label design for cooperation beer of three breweries (BERHET, Browar Dukla, Browar Lasowiak).”

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Premium Branding and Packaging Design for Corfu Island Microbrewery

"Seven island brewery is a new microbrewery based in the Greek island of Corfu. The name refers to the seven island complex, Corfu belongs to. "

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Hired Guns Creative - Mill Street Summer Brewpub Pack

" The task for Mill Street Brewery’s new Summer Brewpub Pack was to create a mix-pack celebrating the 150th anniversary of Canada – a rare opportunity and challenge, given the number of breweries all working on the same concept, and all at the same time."

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Hired Guns Creative - Backcountry Brewing

" For Backcountry Brewing, a new craft brewery surrounded by the great outdoors of Squamish, BC, we were tasked with creating a lineup of cans with a hybrid approach, combining custom artwork on each can with strong unifying elements across the entire lineup."

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Hired Guns Creative - Clodhopper for Driftwood Brewery

"For our rebrand of Driftwood Brewery's Clodhopper, a Belgian-style Dubbel with barley grown and malted locally by artisan maltster Mike Doehnel, we decided on a typographic approach with strong familial resemblance to Pilsner Doehnel and Blackstone Porter."

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Hired Guns Creative - Naughty Hildegard Driftwood Brewery

"For our redesign of Driftwood's Naughty Hildegard, an ESB named in honour of Benedictine abbess Hildegard Von Bingen, we decided to focus on her famed discovery of hops as a preservative in beer by using a classic, contemplative pose, reminiscent of religious iconography, and paying special attention to colour design as a way to draw the viewer's attention from Hilde's gaze to her hand."

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Hired Guns Creative - Twenty Pounder Double IPA, Driftwood Brewery

"For the redesign of Driftwood's Twenty Pounder Double IPA, rather than make its namesake 20-pounder cannon the central focus, we decided to announce its presence with a conspicuous absence: a die-cut hole, front and center, blown through our grinning General."

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