For the brewer, the Koko Buni label represents an attention to detail that Stein and his partners have brought to the business since its founding in April 2014.
"The quality of our beer is obviously paramount but there is quality in everything we do, and that includes the packaging," Stein said. "We believe all of our beers are different and we want them to stand alone."
In addition to four year-round brews, Creature Comforts currently offers four seasonal beers.
Koko Buni, a milk porter brewed with toasted coconut, cocoa nibs, coffee and vanilla beans, is the brewery's winter seasonal. Creature Comforts partnered with local design firm Young Athenians and independent artist David Hale for the label.
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"He really focuses on drawing nature and things like animals, plants, trees, and we've been a big fan of his work for many years," Stein said. "We wanted to depict and show the importance of these ingredients, which are from different parts of the world, and do it in an authentic way that translated to the packaging."
While he was hopeful Creature Comforts could prevail in the contest, Stein said he knew the brewery was up against stiff competition.
"The beer we were up against [was] probably one of my favorites from the beginning," he said. "I kind of joked that I hope we're not ever up against these guys because they would be a tough one. Clearly they care as much about their labels as we do."