Yorkshire beer brand Hambleton Ales is to relaunch its brand packaging next month. The beer has been redesigned by Harris Cook Taylor. The design group has reconfigured the look of Hambleton’s five bottles, as well as the pump designs for its ale. Harris Cook Taylor director Daniel Clift says the brief was won following the group’s earlier work on the launch of Hambleton’s gluten-free product this year. ‘We wanted a contemporary, unfussy look,’ says Clift.
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