Craftily brand your beer.

Shape. Shine. Shelf Appeal.

Now, more than ever, the label on the outside of your craft beer has almost as much impact as what's inside. Shrink sleeves are an efficient, economical way to customize your canned beers, while pressure-sensitive labels can give your bottles a unique, eye-catching look. Additionally, incorporating a metallic foil into the label design will give the product an elegant, sophisticated appearance.

Century Label uses customer-provided designs to produce rich colors and quality graphics that will stand out on a crowded shelf. To maximize the shape, shine and shelf appeal of your craft beer, contact us today.   


Shrink Sleeves from Century Label are ideal for new product launches and seasonal craft beers where smaller runs and innovative labeling are critical to success.

A look at how Century Label produces shrink sleeves via HD Flexo. The longer runs that this process produces are a cost-effective solution for beers that are served year round.

Labels & Shrink Sleeves

Digital

For color-critical, shorter print runs

  • Vivid 1200 DPI resolution
  • Pantone® and custom color matching capability (cyan, magenta, yellow, black, orange, violet and white)
  • No printing plates required means convenient, easy art changes and minimal setup time
  • HP Mosaic hypercustomization can make each label or shrink sleeve a truly original piece of artwork
  • Shorter runs work great for seasonal beers

High Definition Flexo

For color-critical, longer print runs

  • 4000 DPI resolution (vs. 2540 DPI with standard flexography)
  • Smoother gradients and vignettes with a technologically advanced screening process that produces richer color with better dot control
  • 8-color press
  • Prints with almost 1-to-1 registration
  • Longer runs are cost effective and perfect for year-round offerings

Sun-King-Brewery
We’re able to work with Century Label to utilize this new printing process which was exciting for the Indiana Pacers and exciting for us to say we’ve got this whole new printing process that will have a standard element to the can, but the background of each and every can is going to be different. This is going to be a new product and it’s going to be completely unique.
— Clay Robinson (Sun King Brewery)

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