Temple Brewing’s Hello My Name is Amber collaboration beer with Amazing Greys Greyhound Rescue has won the Orora Golden Can Trophy in this year’s GABS Craft Beer Can Design Awards.

The label was designed by Raymond Lim from Ray L Creative who won $1,000 cash while alongside the trophy Temple Brewing receive a set of Orora printing plates and a tonne of malt from ingredients supplier Bintani.

The remaining top 10 place-getters shared $5,000 in prizes thanks to Opal Specialty Packaging.

Brick Lane Brewing’s Last Train Home designed by Pete Johnson took out silver and the bronze award went to Aether Brewing’s All Australian Pale Ale designed by Drapl & Zookeeper (Artists, Wall Mural); Emma D’Anna (Aether, Graphic Design) & Emery Greer (Demographics, Graphic Design).

The other top 10 place-getters were: 4th Lost Palms Yeah, Go On Then (designer Amanda Baker); 5th Black Hops XRAY HAZE (designer Aidan Howes); 6th Fixation Yippee Ki Yay MF (designer Adam Collins); 7th Hawkers Imperial Stout (2023) (designer Christopher Flem); 8th Blackflag RAGE (designer Ross Holloway); 9th Method Brewing Delayed Response (designer Elliot Walsh); 10th Mountain Culture Alliance Of Magicians (designer Marianne Fagan).

Orora Packaging’s Michael Hepworth said in a media statement: Each year the talents of our country’s creative designers just get better and better. Craft Beer cans have been transformed into a beautiful canvas and are now home to some of the best artistic designs in Australia.   We are thrilled to be the presenting partner of the GABS Can Design Awards and shine a light on local talents”.

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