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La Brasserie du Château

Updated on February 8th, 2014  |  
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La Brasserie du Château

Designed by A3 Studio | Country: Switzerland

“The Brasserie Artisanale du Château based in Lausanne, Switzerland, commissioned the graphic design agency A3 Studio to create four new labels for their traditionally made beer, as well new packaging. 

The beers are brewed with a traditional process, for this reason A3 Studio has developed a graphic style which is both contemporary and traditional. The labels for la Brune, la Blonde, la Ginger and the India Pale Ale are inspired by the sea world and are decorated with ropes. The illustrations (a whale, a corset, a siren, and a ship) are drawn by hand to emphasize the hand made production of the beer, they are inspired by old engravings and sailor tattoos. 

Printed on craft paper, the labels stress the authenticity of the beer. The brown cardboard of the four-pack completes the look.”

La Brasserie du Château

La Brasserie du Château

La Brasserie du Château

La Brasserie du Château

La Brasserie du Château

La Brasserie du Château

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La Brasserie du Château

La Brasserie du Château

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La Brasserie du Château

Designed by A3 Studio | Country: Switzerland

“The Brasserie Artisanale du Château based in Lausanne, Switzerland, commissioned the graphic design agency A3 Studio to create four new labels for their traditionally made beer, as well new packaging. 

The beers are brewed with a traditional process, for this reason A3 Studio has developed a graphic style which is both contemporary and traditional. The labels for la Brune, la Blonde, la Ginger and the India Pale Ale are inspired by the sea world and are decorated with ropes. The illustrations (a whale, a corset, a siren, and a ship) are drawn by hand to emphasize the hand made production of the beer, they are inspired by old engravings and sailor tattoos. 

Printed on craft paper, the labels stress the authenticity of the beer. The brown cardboard of the four-pack completes the look.”

La Brasserie du Château

La Brasserie du Château

La Brasserie du Château

La Brasserie du Château

La Brasserie du Château

La Brasserie du Château

La Brasserie du Château

La Brasserie du Château

La Brasserie du Château

La Brasserie du Château

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