Thursday, June 25, 2015

Growler Tags - Craft Brew Marketing Tips

Promote your brand with customized growler tags.

Growler and Bottle Tags provide legal labeling information required for beverages bottled in pre-branded generic and reusable bottles. These tags fit easily over the neck or through the handle of growlers and bottles. 

Breweries use Growler and Bottle Tags to identify the beverage inside the reusable bottles. These tags promote the brand, flavor, special, or seasonal information along with the required information like brew name/style, date, ABV, and net weight.

Material: Growler and Bottle Tags are supplied on white tag stock approximately .010” thick.

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

Keg Collars - Craft Brew Marking Tips

Customize your Keg Collars

Keg Collars are a great way to comply with beverage labeling laws. The collars are designed to fit over and “grip” the keg opening. The printed design can easily accommodate date of manufacture, flavor of contents, and required government warnings.

Digital printing and cie cutting now make it easy, and affordable to have keg collars customized to further  promote your branded image.  They are also in inexpensive way to ID your kegs when it is time customers to return.

Take your markeing to the next level and show your customers a better branded image.

Monday, June 8, 2015

Thursday, June 4, 2015

Earlier this year we completed a year long commissioned photo project for the Ramsey County Attorney's Office. The project had a simple theme, all the pictures must be taken within Ramsey County.  With nearly 50 completed images printed on paper, metal and canvas, we provided a beautiful display of Ramsey County culture, scenic landscapes, landmarks, events, law enforcement, and lifestyle.

Upon completion of the project we added a little display in the entryway, visible from Wabasha.  There are 4 original pieces displayed. 

The sign posted here is a copy of the exhibit biography posted on site, adjacent to the featured work.  You have to see the sign to really appreciate it.  We printed on a sheet of aluminum with a clear gloss over-laminate.  It really is a sharp product.  The photos aren't to shabby either.

Monday, June 1, 2015