Environmentally Friendly Can Collar

Can Collar™ is a durable, environmentally friendly ring alternative, made from 86% paperboard, a renewable, fiber-based material, using the minimum amount of material required to still firmly hold the cans in place, and be water resistant. The Can Collar™ is recyclable where facilities exist to recover poly-coated paperboard products. Developed by packaging company WestRock. Muskoka Brewery who is…

Carlsberg new bio-based beer bottle

As earlier reported here on Ambalaj, Carlsberg are developing the world’s first fully bio-degradable and bio-based beer bottle. The new bottles will be made from a bio-based green fibre material, made from wood fibres, developed in participation with EcoXpac. The bottles are thicker but lighter than plastic alternatives. They can be manufactured into any design and size, and…

Acne redefines the beer category

  Daniel Noah Sheikh, currently based in Berlin, has been spending two years creating his own lager label, Noam. Collaborating with one of the world’s most innovative brewing laboratories, Noam brings the values behind traditional bavarian craftsmanship into the 21st century. Thereby defining a new benchmark for the art of contemporary beers, positioning the beer next…

By Kristina de Verdier On 20 April, 2016 In , , , ,

Yoga and beer?

Lululemon is creating a craft beer. The yoga pants maker has revealed a new brew called Curiosity Lager. The company collaborated with Stanley Park Brewing to create the limited-release lager. It is the official beer of SeaWheeze, a half-marathon and festival that blends music, running and yoga held in Vancouver in August. The lager features chinook and lemon drop hops. It will be available in B.C. and Alberta…

By Kristina de Verdier On 7 September, 2015 In , , , , , ,

Carlsberg Innovative Communication

As many other brands do globally, Carlsberg is shifting their marketing investment, from traditional media to digital and social media channels. They are delivering brand communications where they appear in unexpected contexts. Or as they explain, they want to be present in the right contexts! Carlsberg recently launched a quite unexpected product. Together with the Danish beauty brand…

By Kristina de Verdier On 6 September, 2015 In , , , ,

Carlsberg developing a bio-degradable bottle

Carlsberg plans to develop the world’s first fully bio-degradable and bio-based beer bottle. Made from impulse-dried wood fibers, the “Green Fiber Bottle” is a groundbreaking innovation and currently under development in a partnership between Carlsberg Group and partners ecoXpac, Technical University of Denmark and Innovation Fund Denmark. The project commenced in January 2015 and it is…

Beer with gold leaf

Pang Pang brewery is launching a golden beer. The Stockholm based brewery Pang Pang is one of the most experimental beer brands in Sweden, and as Christmas is approaching they are launching a very unique one – brewed with gold leaf. The gold leaves are added in the end of the process and is clearly visible…

By Kristina de Verdier On 24 November, 2014 In , , ,

Geneva Lake Beer

  “Do we need more beer? Well, yeah. Especially if it’s really great beer! That’s what impressed us, Geneva Lake’s attention to detail. Superior ingredients, meticulous brewing conditions yielding unparalleled results. One taste and we knew, this was the real deal. Geneva Lake founded their family brewery in the heart of big beer country. A…

Ipswich Beer Packaging

” For our final project in Persuasive Graphics, we had to create a drink company. Me and my group of 4 others (James Utley, Keith Jernigan, Aubrie Barrnett and Zack Gulliani) decided on Ipswich Brewing Co. We got a lot of inspiration from football emblems that are used on jerseys across the pond and vintage…

TCHAPA

Corn Beer Package designed by Gabriel Germain. Via Packaging UQAM  

Puma Beer

Brewers & Union Craft Beer Kreechr in limited edition (600 cases) especially for PUMA when they entered the 2011 Volvo Ocean Race. Via Oh Beautiful Beer

Jean Claude Beer

More Russia – Tomatdesign designed this limited edition beer with participation of famous French wine-maker Jean Claude. Via The Dieline

LägereBräu Box

          Secondary package designed  for the Swiss brewery LägereBräu. Made by Oliver Wehn, Thomas Lehner and Jacob Kadrmas.  “The print substrate is a cartonboard named Frövi Carry that is commonly used for packaging solutions like this one. We decided to turn the coated white side to the inside to reveal the original…

Beer Packaging from Israel

Blend It from Israel made branding and design for the Golan Brewery. In the first picture you see a clever secondary package which looks like they made of one piece cardboard. Here is the story about the project “The Golan Brewery was launched as a joint venture by the Ohayon family and the Golan Heights…