Wensky Malina Beer

by Theresa Christine Johnson on 12/07/2015 | 3 Minute Read

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Two of my favorite things combined into one, what more could a gal ask for? Wensky Malina Beer’s special ingredient is raspberry, evident from the brew’s ruby red hue. Labis Design created the label, giving a traditional witbier a refreshing look.

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“Wensky Bier Microbrewery developed a special beer, whose main ingredient is the raspberry. The name Malina reinforces the worth of the brewery’s tradition — Malina means raspberry in Polish — and, due to its feminine name, it highlights the beer inside the brand’s portfolio. The visual identity came from the fruit standing out as a differential by using beer classical elements so that the identity could be recognised by both the masculine and feminine public.”

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Wensky Malina is definitely in line of the craft beers I’d like to try. The brew comes in a classic amber bottle, but the fresh, ripe raspberries and red-tinted stalks of wheat imply that this is no ordinary beer. A handwritten font in a navy blue is thick and gives the impression that this is a brew that is full of flavor. Although the name may technically be feminine, Wensky simply comes off as a craft beer that uses unique ingredients, appealing any beer lover.

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Designed by: Labis Design

Client: Wensky Beer Microbrewery

Country: Brazil

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