SAKISKIU ALUS beer label by Sigitas Guzauskas

October 31st, 2013 by retail design blog

A handcrafted label design project for a tiny microbrewery, SAKISKIU ALUS, which produces a unique beer in Lithuania. It was a challenge to create a series of beer labels for the extremely small budget. The idea was to design and produce a kit made of a rubber stamps for each type of the beer.

The brewer is enabled to mark labels by himself. He does not need the service of printhouse. Using rubber stamped labels and hand made paper gives an idea of real craft beer. For each batch of craft beer different paper could be used to emphasize uniqueness of the SAKISKIU beer.

Designed by Sigitas Guzauskas

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