Fresh brewery branding ideas - and wineries too!

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Fresh brewery branding ideas - and wineries too!

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Top Brewery Branding Ideas And Design Tips For Beer Brands
Drink Bottles With Beer Branding
Tote Bags With A Beer Label Design
Caps and Bucket Hats To Compliment Your Beer Brand
T-shirts With Beer Logos
Stubby Holders With A Sophisticated Unique Look


Sick of the same old brewery branding ideas and promotional products? Need something new and exciting?

A well-designed product can help take your brewery branding to the next level. By using promotional items and branded merchandise you can increase brand recognition and create a brand identity. 

With the right design, your craft breweries' merch will fly off the shelves! If you need help branding your brewery or winery, don't panic – Cheeta Teamwear is here to help. Read on below for a few top tips and some fresh branding ideas.

Top Brewery Branding Ideas And Design Tips For Beer Brands

1) Drink Bottles With Beer Branding

While a water bottle might not be the obvious choice to promote a brewery or winery, water bottles are very trendy at the moment. After all, everybody needs to drink water! Available in a variety of colours and styles, at all price points, they are a great choice for craft breweries and beer brands alike. Keep your supporters hydrated with their very own craft brewery drink bottle, and who's to say they'll only use it for water… 😉

2) Tote Bags With A Beer Label Design

These days, we always have plenty to carry around with us; phone, keys, wallet, drink bottle (branded), and headphones - those are just the essentials! It doesn't leave much pocket space for anything else. Help keep those pockets empty with a trusty tote bag. Your customers can use a well-designed tote to carry it all. 

Choose from a wide range of colours to match your brand look, with either one or two straps for easy carrying. As a bonus, tote bags provide a large area for decoration. You will have plenty of design space to be creative. Get designing today and make your tote bag something people want to be seen carrying!

3) Caps and Bucket Hats To Compliment Your Beer Brand

Caps might seem like the generic choice when it comes to branded merchandise, but with the right design elements, you can take your hats to the next level. Use a unique colour or a different style or fabric type to match your brand's vibe and aesthetic. There are plenty of cap options available.

Join the latest trend in headwear and go with custom sublimated cotton or terry towel bucket hats. Then add your logo and brand colours to customise your unique design. The more eye-catching and unique – the more likely your customers will purchase!

4) T-shirts With Beer Logos

T-shirts might be the go-to merchandise choice, but you can always give them a modern or retro twist to make your design stand out. If hipster millennials (we're looking at you, Fitzroy and Brunswick) frequent your craft brewery, we recommend a retro design with an 80s ringer style tee or distressed print look. Need something more sophisticated? How about a quality cotton tee with a premium-looking soft touch print in your brand colours?

5) Stubby Holders With A Sophisticated Unique Look

The trusty stubby – the classic branding method for breweries. Why not turn it up a notch and take your design more up-market? Create a modern, sophisticated design that people want to show off their drinks in. Australian-made and designed, our stubby holders are made using sublimation printing. The design possibilities are endless! So what's stopping you?

Here at Cheeta, we want to see your business succeed. That's why we are dedicated to being More Than Just a Uniform. If you'd like some help taking your brewery branding idea or winery branding to the next level, please email us at sales@cheetateamwear.com.au. Alternatively, you can submit an enquiry form on our website, and one of our friendly staff be happy to help!

Tayla Huckel

Tayla has over 15 years’ experience in sport as a gymnast, coach and judge, alongside a degree in Sport and Exercise Science. By working in the major events industry within customer service and stadium operation departments, she understands what it takes to co-ordinate and run a successful sporting or business event.
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