The client has chosen us to create an eye-catching packaging design for the artisanal beers he creates. We contributed developing a young and modern illustration-style graphic line and we helped him set his online presence.

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Concept

ºPlato Brewing (Degrees Plato) began life in 2014 as London’s smallest brewery and home-brew supply shop, operating from a 10ft shipping container in Hackney’s quirky Netil Market.

Pilot project

Pilot Project is an eminently quaffable session pale ale, with a hearty, but not overpowering mix of US and UK hops, including Nugget, Target, and Bramling Cross.

How now

Not the brown ale your uncle used to drink. How Now is light and easy drinking, despite it’s shade of brown, with hints of nuts and plums.

Agony Aunt

Agony Aunt is a weisse beer with a rich amber hue, offering notes of cloves, spices and bananas.

Salish Sea

Salish Sea is an old-school Pacific Northwest IPA, with a classic blend of Colombus, Willamette, and Cascade hops, giving is a citrus and fruity punch.

Website

Keeping the same illustration style we managed to create a simple and effective website to showcase the products and get in touch with the company.

Colour choice

Each concept beer has his own colour palette each of them characterised by fresh and modern colours to help convey a young and alternative outlook.