Do you have a beer bottle that needs a custom label?
To make the most of your product’s packaging, you need to put time and money into how it is presented. What size and shape should the bottle be? Will it have direct printing on it, or will it have a custom label to vary the appearance and texture?
Labels: Cost Effective and Time-Saving
Of course we recommend a label, which probably does not shock you. Having a custom label means that you can vary your package decoration to create different effects, without having to vary the package itself. This can save you money and time, especially with our digital printing technology.
We would be happy to help you get the exact custom label that you need. With over 2000 sizes in stock, plus the ability to order new custom sizes, we can provide almost anything you want.
Best Beer Bottle Label Materials
If you want a more high-end feel for your bottle labels, try our Estate® materials used in the photo above. They are a thick paper based stock with a laid finish for some great texture. While not fully waterproof, this material has “wet strength” to hold up when floating in an ice bucket or put in a cooler.
For a more economical option, try our White Paper. It goes well on bottles of all types that will not have a lot of moisture contact. It is our most economical option, and paired with the gloss laminate, provides some excellent looking custom labeling. This material is great for finished mason jars that will be stored in a pantry.
Our Ultra Clear Plastic is an amazing option for bottles that want to show off their contents. This material is our most transparent and looks amazing on beverage bottles of all types. Ultra Clear Plastic works best with a gloss laminate to help accentuate the transparency.
We’re Here to Help!
We would love to help you with any custom bottle labels that you might need. If you need design help, we can lend a hand with getting your artwork ready for print.
If you have any questions or comments, feel free to give us a call at 877-277-4682 or by clicking the “Live Chat” link at the bottom of this page.