7 Seas Brewing unveiled updated branding and packaging in May 2020 after 10 years of independently crafting beer in the Pacific Northwest.

7 Seas Brewing unveiled updated branding and packaging in May 2020 after 10 years of independently crafting beer in the Pacific Northwest.

7 Seas Brewing Unveils Updated Branding and Packaging

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7 Seas Brewing unveils updated branding and packaging in May 2020. After 10 years of independently crafting beer in the Pacific Northwest and being the first craft brewery in Washington to package their beer in cans, progress continues with this next evolution, creating clean and cohesive packaging.

The new logo for 7 Seas Brewing

The new logo for 7 Seas Brewing

Their core year-round beers and limited releases will be transitioning to 6 pack cartons. New cans will have a consistent eye-catching look, leaving no doubt that you’re crushing a 7 Seas craft beer.

Showcasing the beer style, and having moved away from figurative beer names, this sleek look gives you no question as to the beers style. The classic Double IPA from 7 Seas will becoming available in a brand-new format, 19.2 oz. cans.

7 Seas’ co-founder and president, Mike Runion, says “After 10 years of brewing beer and packaging in cans, we are super excited to continue our evolution with a little refresh and have our brand represent where we are today and we think “You’ll Like It.” In addition, we have some fun new releases and formats being released.

The packaging redesign for six pack cartons of the core lineup by 7 Seas Brewing

The packaging redesign for six pack cartons of the core lineup by 7 Seas Brewing

“Even in these interesting times we are amidst, no time like the present,” he went on to say.

Look for 7 Seas Brewing’s beers, distributed by Columbia Distributing, available throughout Washington state.

Until normal operations can return, the 7 Seas taprooms are OPEN Wednesday to Sunday from 12 PM to 6 PM for beer-to-go, merch, gift cards, and kegs. A new online store launched on Wednesday, May 6th.

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