This work was great. We had frequent communication and they worked hard to over deliver for us in our project. The final projects were very well done and the interaction was fantastic. Highly Recommend!
Great design and patience.
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We have trusted Sophie with two logos for the development of two new brands and her work has been outstanding in both instances. We highly recommend her, and will continue to work with her in the future.
Logo looks great. Quick turnaround on revisions.
Designer was easy to work with and would highly recommend. Thank you!
How donna.g started their logo design journey
Who are you known as?
g's ginger beer
What’s your company slogan?
g's (hard) ginger beer
Tell us a bit about who you are and the people you reach
We make hard (alcoholic) ginger beer. We target the 21-50 year old market. We use only organic ingredients and keep our product as natural as possible. We're down to earth peeps ourselves. I'm also a grape farmer. We are big into botanicals and love mama nature and nurturing the land. We want this beverage to be enjoyed both stand alone, or in a cocktail (think moscow mule++). We will be offering seasonal batches with ingredients that flourish that time of year (think mint julep for Summer which will include real botanical infusions of mint and lime for instance), emphasizing fresh, good and goodness.
We love the fermentation process and want to also offer small batches that are bottle fermented, so naturally carbonated, which are my personal favs. Speaking of personal favs, I love our ginger beer straight up, and especially after a day in the vineyard - so ace!! It’s got just the right ginger bite, not sweet, but with a natural sweetness from meyer lemons, slightly tarty and around 5% alcohol.
What industry do you think your business is most related to?
Food & Drink
What colors do you want to see in your design?
To give us an idea of the overall feeling of your brand, let us know which styles you lean towards
The brand is ‘g’s ginger beer’ and I'm thinking the reference to 'hard' be offset from the word's 'g's ginger beer' in some way. We want the consumer to be clear it's an alcoholic beverage, but in a playful, fun, yet smart and groovy way. We want it to look differentiated from the more busy beer labels that it will share the shelf with. And it will share that shelf space!! :)