Labeling Digest

Whether you're a basketball fan or not, "March Madness" is a reminder that we love to know "what's hot." This month we offer 3 sizzling ideas:

Do you have some hot projects you're working on? Give us a call and we'll work up some ideas and numbers for you.

Enjoy the madness!


It's show season, and we hope to see you at one or both of these events in the next couple of months:

Craft Brewers' Conference in Long Beach on April 10-12. We'll be there and you'll be able to see how Labeltronix takes breweries' bold designs and turns them into labels that consumers love.

The Craft Beer Conference May 4-6 in Philadelphia. You can get a 1-day visitor's pass to the conference's BrewExpo America—on us—by following tips here. Be sure to stop at our Booth #3054 to see some awesome-looking labels.


Cause marketing is more important—and more common—than ever. Half Moon Bay Brewing Co. is supporting the NOT FOR SALE nonprofit, which is dedicated to ending human trafficking. The brewery donates a percentage of sales from its NOT FOR SALE ALE to the cause, and draws attention to it, with the help of an eye-catching labels from Labeltronix. More here.

Let us show you how easily and reasonably you can label for the causes you care about. Contact us now.


Q: I'm always watching costs. How can I be most cost-effective with my label decisions? Any suggestions?

A: You're wise to watch your labeling costs. We can help when you are open to sharing accurate information about your current label usage. Knowing the size and type of materials that you're currently using—if you're already labeling—and growth projections for the next 1 to 2 years, will help us tailor a program to you for your current and future labeling needs. Email me for more info.

Want to ask us a question for a future Craft Beer Digest? Submit your questions via email.






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