Over the past several decades, the craft beer market has exploded. Small, independent, traditional brewers have become the cornerstone of an industry driven by beer aficionados with sophisticated palates. With that explosion has come tremendous competition. If you want to get noticed, it’s vital to differentiate your product through unique labels and packaging.
We offer a number of exciting solutions for beer labels that can help you position your craft brew to a savvy, discerning audience – one that expects the bottle or can to be as hip, unique, and artisanal as the product inside.
We make your amazing graphics stand out and shout “Drink me!” with materials that stay put. All our solutions are tailored to meet your needs and help you own the shelf. They include:
- Premium beer label materials and finishes
- Digital printing with personalization options so you can display a different image on every bottle
- Enhancements like foil stamping or metallic substrates, raised textures, embossing, and special effects like glitter or matte/glossy varnishes
- Clear films for the no-label look
Aquashield, to ensure your paper labels can withstand hours in an ice bucket without degrading
- Wash-away adhesives for recyclables
- Unique die shapes and sizes for a custom look
- ElastiTag hang tags for additional/seasonal messaging
A lot of thought goes into the decisions that will entice your customers to stop, look, and reach for your products, and we go to great lengths to make sure that they’ll like what they find. If you’re wondering about how to #owntheshelf, even if it’s digital, read on.
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