Brand launches Endlessly Smooth creative campaign to support revamp
November 14, 2016
Christian Brothers Brandy has a new, premium package reflective of the American brandy’s quality. The refreshed, modern label communicates the quality of Christian Brothers, dating back to 1882, and enhances the appeal of the brand’s core equities, it says.
Icelandic Glacial announced that its super-premium lineup of sparkling and still spring waters now is available in uniquely designed glass bottles that are available in 330- and 750-ml sizes and retail nationwide and online for a suggested retail price of $2.99-$3.49 for a 750-ml glass bottle.
Relaunching with a focus on made-from-scratch spirits, Milton, Del.-based Dogfish Head Distilling Co. aimed to provide a premium experience that also disrupts the craft spirits space when it introduced the first selections in its new spirits line, featuring Dogfish Head Analog Vodka, Dogfish Head Compelling Gin and Dogfish Head Whole Leaf Gin, it says.
Beverage brands launch new packaging sizes, formats
August 15, 2016
Craft brewery Alpine Beer Co. introduced its fan-favorite Willy Vanilly Ale to consumers nationwide in 12-ounce glass bottles. A vanilla-spiced American wheat ale, Willy Vanilly previously was a draft-only offering exclusively served in the Alpine Beer Co. tasting room and restaurant in San Diego.
Packaging redesign features label redesign on new glass bottles
August 15, 2016
David Nicholson Whiskey, a brand of Luxco, unveiled a brand refresh for its David Nicholson 1843 Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey and its new David Nicholson Reserve Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey. The brand, which dates back to 1843, now is offering its 100-proof, ultra-premium bourbon in an updated and upscale package for both variants, it says.