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Design the beer can label for Shakesbeer's "True Apothecary"
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Shakesbeer Beverages LLC
Shakesbeer - "True Apothecary"
Description of the product
Hello - We are Shakesbeer Beverages, a Shakespearean-themed beer company out of Massachusetts. We have several beers on the market, including Act One, The Tempest, Star-Crossed and A Midsummer Night's Dream. We are looking for help designing labels for the cans for our upcoming double IPA, True Apothecary. I've included the other can designs for reference. Note that the size of this can design will be different than the others. In lieu of using a full-wrap can, we will be transitioning to labels that will be 4.5" high by 6.5" long, and these will wrap around 16 oz cans.
Description of the product target audience
Somewhat nerdy craft beer drinkers
For "True Apothecary", I am envisioning images of either apothecary/medicinal bottles, and/or a old, wizard looking apothecary. For color scheme, I am leaning towards gray/blue, but am open to suggestions.
What to avoid
I am okay with stock imagery as long as the costs to obtain are minimal.
4.5" high by 6.5" wide - this will wrap around a 16 oz beer can.
$499 Silver package
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