Packaging Design 2017-10-24T10:46:44+00:00

For well designed and creative packaging for your beers. Call us today on 01325 311177 or send us a brief via our online form.


Well designed and packaged beer can sell for a premium.

Give your beer packaging that little extra something with our range of boxes.

Give your beer packaging that little extra something with our range of gift boxes. Whether you are selling your beers online, in shops or at farmers markets our beer packaging design helps catch the eye and promote your brewery brand.

Wide variety of styles and materials

No matter the size and quantity of bottles or cans, we can find a solution that will look great and be fit for purpose.

Small and large print runs catered for

Using our network of suppliers we can supply both large and small print runs of boxes.

Designed to match your branding

If someone sees your box and doesn’t associate it with your brewery then you are missing the opportunity to build a relationship and encourage them to try your beers if they see your bottle label design or pump clip elsewhere.

Design and supply or design only

We are more than happy to provide prices for the supply of the boxes as well as design but if you’d rather we just provided the finished artwork we can do that too.

To talk to us about packaging click here

Take a look at some of the packaging we’ve designed for breweries.

  • craft beer bottle box design
    Ales by Mail
    Ales By Mail deliver Real Ale and craft beer from breweries in the UK and further afield direct to your...
  • Discworld beer label design and box design
    Discworld Taking The Dark
    After completing the design of different ranges and items for Discworld Ales we were asked to product a new...
  • Truefitt Pump Clip design
    Truefitt Brewing Company
    Brewers of fine cask ales and stouts, TrueFitt Brewery wanted a distinctive and different look to the traditional brewery...
  • Unseen University Boathouse Brewery Creative Logo Design
    Discworld Ales
    The Boathouse Brewery came into existence following an explosion deep within the cellars beneath the courtyard, which would have...