Label Review: PEEKSKILL BREWERY

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Peekskill Brewery is a brewpub located in Peekskill, New York on the Hudson River. As their Facebook page describes, they are, “craft obsessed from the top down… craft is clever, quality, and fresh.”

 

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In order to portray this in their packaging, Peekskill worked with Other Studio, the studio of award-winning art director and multi-disciplinary graphic designer, Eileen Tjan. Other Studio crafted an innovative look for Peekskill’s packaging based on each beer’s name. The overall look is contemporary, geometric, and richly-colored. Wake Up Call, a coffee pale ale uses a color palette reminiscent of a morning sunrise. AmazeBalls, an American pale ale, has a vaporous look. The base of the design is a pinkish lavender with water droplets in blue layered over even smaller ink drops. Paramount, a pale ale, uses an aqua, red, and chartreuse color scheme. The impact of the design is created by the contrast between the decorative background pattern, simple text, and geometric shapes.

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While each design is completely different, there are some consistent design features that create a cohesive look for the line. Each design uses an all-caps, sans-serif font and a solid color band through the center of the can.

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