48 Rustic Cardboard Packaging Designs

48 Rustic Cardboard Packaging Designs

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like the idea behind this. makes me think of the tinkering concept. - Sample Brew designed by Longton

New Packaging for Sample Brew by Longton - BP&O

like the idea behind this. makes me think of the tinkering concept. - Sample Brew designed by Longton

Thirsty Turtle Beer Bottles    Handmade Saskatchewan is a member based community uniting local crafters/artisans and their customers.

Thirsty Turtle

Thirsty Turtle Beer Bottles Handmade Saskatchewan is a member based community uniting local crafters/artisans and their customers.

Breckenridge Brewing Co.: 471 Small Batch Double IPA (9.2% ABV)  This was by far, my favorite offering of the 3 I recently tried from Breck Brew.  This is a solid DIPA that I would gladly drink again.  I love Colorado Craft Beer. Prost!

Breckenridge Brewing Co.: 471 Small Batch Double IPA (9.2% ABV) This was by far, my favorite offering of the 3 I recently tried from Breck Brew. This is a solid DIPA that I would gladly drink again. I love Colorado Craft Beer. Prost!

Sechzisch Vierzisch - a blend of sixty (sechzisch) percent rosé wine and forty (vierzisch) percent orange soda produces a peach-hued drink (hence the Rhenish Hessian name “Persching”) that is served, oddly enough, in a beer bottle.

Sechzisch Vierzisch - a blend of sixty (sechzisch) percent rosé wine and forty (vierzisch) percent orange soda produces a peach-hued drink (hence the Rhenish Hessian name “Persching”) that is served, oddly enough, in a beer bottle.

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