Bristols Cider is a tough cider model primarily based in Atascadero, California. Neil Collins, the person backstage, began the challenge as a aspect hustle whereas working by Lone Madrone vineyard. Having been born and raised in Bristol, England, he determined to take his unapologetic ardour for true, conventional exhausting cider and make one thing out of it.
Makers & Allies had been contracted to develop a model identification for this cider that will deliberately set itself aside from the remainder of the sweeter, lighter American manufacturers of cider. By incorporating parts of dying, marked by skeletons on the glass bottle labels, the design staff appeared to lean in direction of Neil’s purpose of killing the stereotype that apple cider ought to be candy versus dry—the way in which it’s made within the UK. The easy, glossy, and black aluminum can labels, then again, are an ode to custom and true high quality.
Neil Collins is an OG of the Paso Robles wine business, working (greater than) full time because the winemaker at Tablas Creek and Lone Madrone. Bristols Cider is his aspect hustle, a ardour challenge and an homage to his upbringing in Bristol, England—quintessential cider nation.
Our rebrand for Bristols was impressed by Neil’s rebellious spirit and the Bristols Cider’s marked departure from the straightforward and overly candy providing all too available within the US. The hand-drawn word-mark is a nod to the previous Bristol buses in England, meant to be iconic and immediately recognizable within the aggressive cider market. The packaging itself was chosen deliberately, to present the model legs to run inside the off-premise market. General, the rebrand mixes the previous of the cider maker with a promising future for the beloved all the time dry, by no means candy, exhausting cider.
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