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Brewery Keg Collar Sticker Labels


This week we have been working up new creative for our monthly ad in the New Brewer Magazine and had a blast playing around with the collection of brewery partners we have built over the years. Our list of brewery-related sticker orders have grown and we are thankful for the word of mouth that has spurred this growth.

In light of this surge in beverage-related commerce, we recently began working on a new product to offer brewers called a keg collar. A keg collar is a category of sticker labeling that enables brewers to record batch dates to ensure that patrons receive the freshest beer product.


Images credited to ChuckAlek Brewing and Baird Brewing Company

We began development on this product after a brewer from Twisted Pine Brewing Company remarked about the ineffectiveness of the paper-style collars. Though typically adhesive on one side and paper on the other, the traditional keg collar inevitably buckles when exposed to moisture, heat, and cold. StickerGiant's new keg collar repels water to prevent moisture absorption and to allow for easy labeling.

This combination allows brewers like you to efficiently keep tabs on the "age" of your kegs without the hassle of removal. Do away with the annoyance of worn label removal, which often separates from the keg in pieces that are sure to plug your floor drains or end up clogging your automation.

Do you require freshness dating? The calendar that borders of the collar makes it easy to mark your production dates. Use a permanent marker or hole punch to keep tabs on the age of your keg.

Interested in trying this product out for yourself? Drop us a line by emailing our Sticker Experts at

Do You Put Stickers on Your Car?


Car Sticker Lover Vs. Car Sticker Hater?

StickerGiant has been in the sticker manufacturing business for a long time, which seems to make us more interested in where sticker enthusiasts place their product.  We've recently noticed a high number of collectors in the area driving around in cars plastered with more than your average amount of bumper stickers and thought it might be interesting to weigh in on this phenomena.

Though many of us are sticker lovers, not everyone agrees about the appropriate places to adhere stickers, especially those who have ever toiled with the painstaking process of removing them.  On the other hand, sticker removal is something that the makers of Goo Gone probably appreciate.

This week a self proclaimed anti-sticker advocate explained to us that bumper stickers are not only a pain to remove, they also lower resale value on vehicles. This person made a fair argument, so we set out to see if we could find solutions to this problem and to seek an opinion from the public.

We know that some people do not appreciate when car owners place stickers on their vehicles, while others see it as personality defining. Where do you fall on the sticker loving scale? Have you found solutions that enable you to live in both worlds?

Comment below and let us know why you are a Car Sticker Lover or a Car Sticker Hater:

Below find a sweet video we found from @Drawthebase on How to Remove Car Decals: