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Beer and Ale are some of the world’s most popular beverages and a very collectible industry with a lot of followers. Beer labels, in particular, are something many people love as they come in a range of colours, textures and materials which attract buyers to try them.

Whether you’re a microbrewery working from your back garden or a multinational brewery working within huge factories, you probably all have the same target audience which will initially be attracted to your beer by the way it is dressed – the label.

Many beers and ciders have very eye-catching, colourful and creative labels which attract many keen collectors, so making your labels stand out is vital in this modern day.  With beer festivals in every county over the summer months, artisan fairs with numerous craft beer and cider stalls, and supermarkets with shelves stocked to the limit; breweries are in high demand and their bottles need to look better than ever to look attractive to their customers.

Beer labels as we know them today aren’t particularly old.  Many breweries started to use labels to improve their brand awareness and set them aside from their competitors making sure their designs were unique to signify their own containers.  Beer labels are usually quite colourful and every brewery will have a trademark of some form. They are very powerful marketing tools as well, as they give individual breweries a way to stand out from the competition.

Embellishments for Your Beer, Ales & Cider

At Labelnet we have recently invested in an exciting piece of machinery which will help set your beer labels aside from the rest; offering embellishments for your labels.  Embellishments are a decorative detail added to a label to make it more attractive, and we have several embellishment options to make your labels stand out.

  • Hot Foiling – this gives your label a metallic, reflective finish and ideal for premium labelling
  • Embossing – where selected areas are raised above the label surface, adding an appealing three-dimensional quality to your labels.  The finished effect lends a subtle and sophisticated textural quality to your label
  • Screen Printing – can be used to provide texture or high build printing (such as braille). Super opaque whites can be used on clear labels to ensure colours pop where required or labels with tight register can be overprinted for a premium look and feel
  • Lamination – used to add protection to your labels.  We have a wide range of gloss and matt laminates that we can supply
  • Decorative Varnishes – not only do they protect your labels but they can add value too.  Ask us about speciality varnishes that include pearlescent / iridescent and glitter finishes

Premium Labels For Your Beer, Ales & Cider

Beer and Ale are some of the world’s most popular beverages and a very collectible industry with a lot of followers. Beer labels, in particular, are something many people love as they come in a range of colours, textures and materials which attract buyers to try them.

Whether you’re a microbrewery working from your back garden or a multinational brewery working within huge factories, you probably all have the same target audience which will initially be attracted to your beer by the way it is dressed – the label.

Many beers and ciders have very eye-catching, colourful and creative labels which attract many keen collectors, so making your labels stand out is vital in this modern day.  With beer festivals in every county over the summer months, artisan fairs with numerous craft beer and cider stalls, and supermarkets with shelves stocked to the limit; breweries are in high demand and their bottles need to look better than ever to look attractive to their customers.

Beer labels as we know them today aren’t particularly old.  Many breweries started to use labels to improve their brand awareness and set them aside from their competitors making sure their designs were unique to signify their own containers.  Beer labels are usually quite colourful and every brewery will have a trademark of some form. They are very powerful marketing tools as well, as they give individual breweries a way to stand out from the competition.

Embellishments for Your Beer, Ales & Cider

At Labelnet we have recently invested in an exciting piece of machinery which will help set your beer labels aside from the rest; offering embellishments for your labels.  Embellishments are a decorative detail added to a label to make it more attractive, and we have several embellishment options to make your labels stand out.

  • Hot Foiling – this gives your label a metallic, reflective finish and ideal for premium labelling
  • Embossing – where selected areas are raised above the label surface, adding an appealing three-dimensional quality to your labels.  The finished effect lends a subtle and sophisticated textural quality to your label
  • Screen Printing – can be used to provide texture or high build printing (such as braille). Super opaque whites can be used on clear labels to ensure colours pop where required or labels with tight register can be overprinted for a premium look and feel
  • Lamination – used to add protection to your labels.  We have a wide range of gloss and matt laminates that we can supply
  • Decorative Varnishes – not only do they protect your labels but they can add value too.  Ask us about speciality varnishes that include pearlescent / iridescent and glitter finishes
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