Choosing the Perfect Material for Ale Labels
When you choose Labelnet, you’ll ensure that every aspect of your Ale labels is considered, from helping you develop your design during the idea and research stage, all the way through to the printing and delivery of your new labels. We will spend the time getting to know your brand and ideas and assist in bringing them to life with the perfect labels. This includes choosing the right materials to make your labels work for you. As it is specifically drinks labels we are working with, we ensure any choice is waterproof and able to withstand cold temperatures without wilting or coming away from the can or bottle. The last thing you need is the adhesive of the labels to not be able to cope in a fridge or freezer condition that attracts a lot of moisture. That’s why we recommend using polypropylene (PP) for Ale labels, which are strong, durable and have a waterproof adhesive.
The great aspect of using polypropylene for IPA beer labels is that you are not limited to one type of colour design or look. We can provide white, clear, and metallic colours to print your labels on, depending on the finished look you want. White PP material will allow a colourful design to really stand out, whereas clear PP will give the effect of a no-label look, especially on bottles. A popular choice is metallic PP which has a premium look and feel and provides a shine to your overall label design.
If you would like to see samples of the label material we can provide, you can request a sample pack here.
Discover Efficient, Accurate Ale Labels at Labelnet
We’d love to talk about your ideas and plans for Ale labels on your bottles or cans in more detail. We can also assist with your spirit bottles, including gin, tequila and rum labels. To do so, just get in touch and we can provide you with a quote for the size of order you require. We can be as flexible as you need to be with label printing so will work with you to determine this in detail. To find out more about our printers and finishing machines, follow the link, and to learn more about anything else, just ask.