Brewery

When it comes to labelling your bar taps and beer pumps, it is essential that your brand logo is hardwearing, stands out from the competition and is clear to read in low light environments. We have over 30 years experience working alongside members of the brewery industry, and therefore completely understand the need to ensure your badges, labels and nameplates always deliver quality, style and durability.

We work closely with you at every stage of the design and creation process, and once your product has been agreed upon we can keep your specification on file so we can produce repeat orders as quickly as possible, so you can keep up with demand.

Our extensive range of materials, processes and finishes mean that we can create solutions that easily withstand a wet bar environment, in addition to creating options that can be back-lit, ideal for beer pumps and displays. We have cost effective alternatives to traditional vacuum forming available, including the use of Tufflex resin. This tactile coating creates a decorative yet tough, domed finish, without the need for high cost tooling or long lead times.

“We should all express our thanks to Shaun and the production guys at Diametric for shipping these labels ahead of time and thus helping our relationship with the end customer.”

Les – Virtual Access

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