Mario did a GREAT job! Fully understood the project, and took it in an even better direction.
Did a wonderful job with communicating to our change requests! Would be happy to work with them again in the future!
Not only very creative, this designer has great communication skills!
- dsgn by maky
I'm very happy with the design maky created. I made many modification requests and maky was always quick to make changes. He worked with me to create exactly what I wanted. Would definitely recommend him to anyone.
- Uncle Drew
He was very creative and easy to work with.
- LexDellmeier IP
How BrewScents started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
What’s your company slogan?
Understand your beer
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
Sometimes beer has an off flavor in it, due to a mistake in the brewing or packaging process. But do you know how to recognize those flavors? With BrewScents, you can. BrewScents is a collection of five commonly occurring off flavors in beer, individually packaged in vials. Each vial has been specially formulated to "spike" a beer with an easily detectable amount of off flavor. Simply pour the 1mL vial of flavor into a glass of beer, and taste it. You'll immediately recognize the "wet, stale cardboard" taste of beer that was exposed to oxygen while being bottled, or the "buttery" taste of beer that didn't ferment long enough.
BrewScents is aimed at the curious beer drinker, generally a homebrewer or craft beer enthusiast. These individuals have read about these off flavors, but have likely never experienced the flavor themselves. It is intended to be an educational and new experience for beer lovers.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Dark neutrals: Formality, mystery, exclusivity and luxury.
Yellows: Energy, intellect, fun and youth.
Oranges: Creativity, adventure and happiness.
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
We like the idea of the S in BrewScents to convey "aroma" coming from the beer. The trick is to make it NOT look like steam rising from a coffee cup though. The attached images show some interesting textures, as well as the mug created from negative space.