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AriZona Beverages announced the release of some of its most popular tea drinks in 11.5-ounce Sleek cans from Ball Corp.
Utmost Brands Inc.’s GuS – Grown-up Soda unveiled new, brighter graphics on both its bottles and four-pack carriers.
Woodford Reserve, the “Official Bourbon of the Kentucky Derby,” is honoring the annual horse race with the release of its 2013 commemorative bottle. A product of the Woodford Reserve Distillery in Versailles, Ky., this year’s limited-edition Kentucky Derby 139 bottle features the artwork of Oregon-based painter Eric Bowman.
With a goal of creating a cohesive look to create brand recognition and communicate the quality of its Belgian-style ales, Ommegang Brewery enlisted the help of Duffy & Partners, Flower City Printing and AR Metallizing.
To kick-start 2013, Lipton tea unveiled new packaging that features a more vibrant “Lipton Yellow,” the company says.
Popeye Energy commissioned McLean Design to design the packaging for its supplement blend, which contains 70 percent fruit juice, vitamins and a proprietary energy blend that includes natural caffeine, according to the design firm.
Supporting its motto, “Everybody loves big cans,” Moat Mountain Brewing Co. launched its Bone Shaker Brown Ale in 24-ounce Rexam cans.
Hendrick’s Gin invites consumers to experience the world inside its bottle. (Photos by Jennifer Haderspeck)
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