Who doesn't love beer? For me, having a beer means time with my loved ones, a hot summer and amazing Sun. That's why I consider beer labels so important for the user.
On this project, I've designed a comprehensive set of labels for the bottles of a microbrewery. During this project, I was involved in the beer-making process to understand customer preferences and adapt the designs to the needs of the brewery.
On the labels you can find a short description of the brewing process for each beer.
As is written in the description, the beer experience is spending time with friends, and this was the main reason for creating this label. This was a Pilsner Beer, with a golden-yellow, almost blonde colour and a strong hoppy flavour.
This was one of my first labels and is a representation of Luxembourg city, this being the city where the beer was originally made.
This was our first beer made during the initial Covid-19 lockdown. On this label, you can see a representation of that period, with hope and hops.
Saint Patrick’s Day is the most famous Irish beer pGraphic Designy. The celebration is predominantly represented by the Shamrock or four-leaf clover and that's why it is also the design for this label. This beer was named after one of the islands of Ireland, Howth.
Way back when, this type of beer was created with more alcohol in order for it to survive the delivery to the Imperial Court of Czar. His name came from "tsar" which means "king". The first one to have this title was Iván IV.