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Left Field Cider Co.

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Designed by Also Known As | Country: Canada

“Left Field Cider Co. is a handcrafted english style cider, founded by two sisters and supported by awesome family and friends. The cider is brewed and bottled at the family ranch in Mamette Lake, BC, a place that you have to visit to get the full experience. This is not your average sugar-y, cooler style cider – it’s all natural, super dry and refreshing as hell – seriously, there’s nothing like it on the market. For the new cider packaging, we took a new approach from their core packaging – focusing on the craftsman approach to creating a premium cider. We created an adaptable label that each year could be used with new variations of cider batches from year to year.”

 

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Designed by Also Known As | Country: Canada

“Left Field Cider Co. is a handcrafted english style cider, founded by two sisters and supported by awesome family and friends. The cider is brewed and bottled at the family ranch in Mamette Lake, BC, a place that you have to visit to get the full experience. This is not your average sugar-y, cooler style cider – it’s all natural, super dry and refreshing as hell – seriously, there’s nothing like it on the market. For the new cider packaging, we took a new approach from their core packaging – focusing on the craftsman approach to creating a premium cider. We created an adaptable label that each year could be used with new variations of cider batches from year to year.”

 

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