Graham contacted us shortly after setting up Schoolhouse Brewery in Darlington, asking if we could help transform his temporary branding into something more professional ready for when he started brewing. We started off with addressing the logo before producing some business cards and a large brewery sign which used the logo. We then started to produce pump clips based around the schoolhouse theme, using a consistent shape and colour scheme for the first 3 beers, allowing us to develop new pump clips when necessary and also creating an instantly recognisable brand from beer to beer. To go with the new branding we also produced a run of embroidered poloshirts for Graham to help promote the brewery when he is out and about.
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