Sticker-obsessed publisher Stickerbomb has turned its attention to the independent beer industry in its latest book celebrating the world's coolest brewery branding.
We here at Creative Boom love Stickerbomb. As its name suggests, the urban art publisher is passionate about all things sticker related, directing this devotion to a whole host of magnificent titles focused on the arts. Previous titles include a look at Bangkok graffiti writer Chip7, Hong Kong's Xeme, and Jakarta-based artist Darbotz.
But for its upcoming book, The Craft Beer Sticker Book, Stickerbomb has delved into the best craft beer-related branding the scene has to offer. Featuring everything from super slick minimal designs to obscure, wild and wacky illustrations, The Craft Beer Sticker book promises to be a thirst-quenching treat for eyes parched from visual splendour.
No Stickerbomb book would be complete with stickers, though, and The Craft Beer Sticker Book provides them in spades. Within its pages, you'll find 300 fully-peelable stickers from the featured brands that can be stuck to any surface of your choosing. However, we can't blame you if you want to leave them intact and admire them.
Featuring 40 microbreweries from near and far, The Craft Beer Sticker Book spotlights trailblazing breweries with compelling stories, such as Amundsen, Basqueland, Exale, To-øl and more.
It even features profiles of some of the biggest names in the brewery business. These include an interview with Japas Cevejaria, an all-female founded brewery who are all of Japanese descent. "We visit the cradle of humanity to explore Botswana's first licensed microbrewery Okavango, within the Okavango Delta," Stickerbomb reveals.
As well as looking to the past, The Craft Beer Sticker Book also explores how microbreweries are using the latest technological innovations to reach their audiences. It includes To-øl, the popular Danish brewery that uses Spotify playlists for its branding.
At the time of writing, the book's complete list of confirmed breweries includes Reubens, Aeronaut, Amundsen, Exhale, Verdant, To-øl, Whiplash, Basqueland, Brasserie de la Senne, Japas Cervejaria, Okavango, Ca' Del Brado and Pirate Republic.
Touted as "an indispensable collection for any beer, graphics and illustration obsessive," The Craft Beer Sticker Book will launch in June 2023. But if you want to secure your copy, pre-order The Craft Beer Sticker Book from the Stickerbomb site now.