Craft Brew Labels

New Look for Craft Beer

As aluminum cans become harder to source, craft brewers are looking to converters for alternative labeling techniques to cover the surplus of printed cans sitting in warehouses.   Lauterbach Group was featured in an article from LabelsandLabeling.com about the product marking options for craft brewers and the reasons why a small to medium sized breweries are looking away from printed cans and toward both shrink sleeve and pressure sensitive labels on cans.

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Security Labels

Specialty Inks

  As our digital platform expands, so do our capabilities. In July, we added the HP Indigo 6K press to our facility, growing the Lauterbach Group portfolio. This technology allows us endless opportunities to provide unique and value-add security decorations and embellishment which will help our clients’ brand standout on a crowded shelf. Specifically for the 6K, these new capabilities include the addition of invisible, neon and metallic ink sets. Invisible ink in shades of yellow and blue will only

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RG Collage

Personalization and Variable Print Solutions

Is your product competing for visibility on a crowded shelf?  Have you asked how you can stand apart, or stand for something relevant or important to your brand?  We can help you develop a personalized pressure sensitive or shrink sleeve label campaign that will convey your brand story. At Lauterbach Group, we can create a package or label solution that personalizes any job with variable images, text and designs.  We can help you design one-of-a-kind artwork that uses many unique

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JK Williams BluePrint Vodka

Why Total Labeling Design Matters!

When it comes to retail sales, first impressions really matter. Consumers decide within seconds whether they will purchase a product. It is reported by Nielsen that “consumers are considering multiple options leaving huge opportunities for labels to make an impact” and “that upward of 70% of purchasing decisions are made at the shelf.” A label design is not just what great graphic design is presented; it is the entire design of the pressure sensitive or shrink sleeve label. This includes

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Raised Varnish

Raised Varnish

Take your decoration to new heights. Craft Brew Labels is proud to add another embellishment to our ever-expanding lineup of decorations. Our raised varnish allows for precise application of texture on top of printed decoration to allow it to pop out without de-bossing the other side of the label, allowing for better durability than embossing. Being a varnish, it also allows for a wider variety of material to be used and is also compatible over matte and gloss finishes. This

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Hand Sanitizer

Hand Sanitizer Labels

Hand Sanitizer Labels by Craft Brewers With the high demand for hand sanitizer these days, we have found that our local brewers are stepping up to the challenge and making denatured alcohol in their facilities for hand sanitizer.  Right now, in order to allow for the increase in production, the US government through the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) is temporarily waiving their need for approvals and certain permits for hand sanitizer formulas as long as it

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Shrink Sleeve and Labels vs. Printed Cans

Canned Wine, Beer and Specialty Drink: Shrink Sleeves and Pressure Sensitive Labels vs. Printed Cans- Customers that are interested in 360° top-to-bottom graphics on cans for wine, beer or specialty drinks have three labeling options: Printed Cans Shrink Sleeves or Labels Printed cans have a high minimum order requirement -100,000 cans at a time, longer lead times – 12 weeks, and can be more expensive for small to mid-size producers who are not buying truckload quantities of a single version. Given

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Visual Impact

We work with many businesses from small to large. In serving these businesses and their brand, we are spending more and more time explaining the value of unique materials, decorations, printing and converting processes for pressure sensitive and shrink sleeve labels and why a slight increase in a package cost may yield many times the return on investment in the sale of their product. Today we have the ability to mix and match materials: decorations of foil, spot varnishes, tactile

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Cheese Labels

With high moisture content during packaging, cheese labels can be rather… difficult.  Our cheese labels are direct food contact safe and come in various materials ranging from wick resistant paper to BOPP.  All sizes of cheese labels are available, from snack size and brick up to full wheels.  Whether hand-applied or machine-applied, we can create rolls or stack labels to best suit your application process.   Just like we eat food first with our eyes, especially with food packaging, consumers make

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Reseal & Reclosure

Reseal and reclosure labels are engineered to have a high initial tack allowing for a strong seal, keeping any product contained and fresh. The seal helps prolong the life of produce, deli items, health and beauty goods and dairy. Unlike zip lock or clam shell reclosure containers, pressure sensitive reseal allows for a simple peel and press to reseal, minimizing the chance of improper sealing or containment issues. The precise die cuts allow for tamper evidence, creating a safe seal and precise barriers for proper sanitary

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Craft Brew Labels

New Look for Craft Beer

As aluminum cans become harder to source, craft brewers are looking to converters for alternative labeling techniques to cover the surplus of printed cans sitting

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