Label Review: Golden Nectar


Photo Courtesy of Christopher Caldwell

Golden Nectar is a microbrew based in the outskirts of Boston, Massachusetts. This microbrew is bright in color with malt characteristics and has a light flavor due to its German-styled fermentation process. The Golden Nectar labels were designed by Christopher Caldwell with the customer's sense of taste in mind.


Photo Courtesy of Christopher Caldwell

What makes this microbrew unique is the honey used from local New England distributors and the hint of jasmine tea added to the fermentation process. The label directly reflects drinking straight from a honey jar. The warm tones of golden yellow and honey brown used in the label design create the perfect presentation for a summer-styled beer. This retro design is kept simple with all graphics and type the same color. The golds and yellows from the label contrast with the amber-colored glass bottle packaging. This microbrew uses two different label affixations: a custom-shaped label and a tamper label with the words “Liquid Gold”.

This label could be customized with one of Dion Label Printing’s high decoration options, such as hot stamping to create a golden border that shimmers. Contact us for more information about our high decoration options.

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