The clear difference of a screen printed label
Today’s Distiller faces a challenging problem – how to differentiate in a crowded marketplace and attract the consumers’ attention. How will your bottle stand off the shelf in an era where an average liquor store/chain may stock hundreds of different products? A screen-printed package creates shelf appeal and gets your bottle noticed. Monvera can help you create the perfect fit between your design and chosen bottle style: oval, square, or round.
3 Howls Distillery
Absinthia’s Bottles Spirits
Bainbridge Organic Distillers
Francis Ford Coppola
Your journey with us starts with a review of your artwork and your bottle choice. We’ll guide you through any necessary artwork adjustments and help you select the right ink choice from our color library. Ceramic inks are fired at high temperatures ensuring long-lasting durability. UV inks provide the most vibrant and wide-ranging color choices. Precious metal inks confer a prestigious look to the label. Before the print run, we create a sample bottle to ensure every element is perfect. Final changes and adjustments get made at this time. It’s not uncommon in the craft spirits world to see a combination of screen printed and paper labels, which can be very visually appealing. The print machine applies a spotting mark for paper label registration on the filling line during the screen printing process. After production, your decorated glass ships out to the filling line in time for hassle-free bottling.
We cater to all segments of the spirits industry, and screen printing is now a viable label consideration for most craft spirits. From start-up craft distilleries to established brands running tens of thousands of cases, we’re here to help you.