How do I make beer bottle labels?


How do I make beer bottle labels?

Many homebrew retailers sell purpose-made adhesive-backed paper for printing in your own inkjet or laser printer at home. Simply print a sheet of labels, cut them to size, and moisten the adhesive to affix them to your bottles. For a true DIY solution, milk is a surprisingly effective, if somewhat unusual, adhesive.

How do you make a craft beer label?

Your beer label should include:

  1. the name and logo of the brewery.
  2. the name of the beer class and type.
  3. the alcohol content level.
  4. net contents (e.g. “12 oz”)
  5. a featured image for the beer.
  6. a special typography that’s both on-brand and unique to that particular type of beer.

What size is a beer label?

To make these decisions, you’ll want to start with your budget and then determine what’s important. Standard beer bottle label sizes are 2.75” x 4.25”, 3.25” x 4” and 5” x 2.” Another consideration is the type of bottle: 12 oz.

What should I write on a beer label?

What you should have on beer bottle labels

  1. Brand name. The most prominent information is featured on your beer bottle label.
  2. Country of origin.
  3. Draft or draught.
  4. Class designation.
  5. Alcohol content.
  6. Name & address.
  7. Net contents.
  8. Lite / light / low carb.

What are beer labels made out of?

Popular Beer Label Materials

  • White Vinyl.
  • Clear Polyester.
  • Gloss Paper.
  • Matte Paper.
  • Specialty (Textured, Embossed, Metallic)
  • Shrink Wrap.

Can you design a label in Photoshop?

Here’s a way to design labels that you can then quickly modify for related products. Photoshop’s Smart Objects, align-and-distribute options, and layer groups make it easy to repeat your label design to fit the label stock.

How big is a 330ml bottle?

It measures 23cms in height, width across base is 5.5cms approximately.

What size is a 500ml bottle label?

Size for 500ml long neck beer bottles: 200x100mm rectangle wraparound label.