Sunshinegun creates packaging for Nando's bee-saving Honey Beer

Nando's release Honey Beer, made of British ingredients and raw honey as a way of saving the bees.

Nando’s Putney have developed a new small batch of micro-brewed Honey Beer, made from harvesting honey on their restaurant roof.

Made through Hiver brewery, the beer is sustainable and encourages bees to return to London, using British ingredients and raw honey to ferment the craft beer.

Nando’s have committed 10% of all sales profits towards supporting pollinator charities.

Through the production of the Honey Beer, Nando’s is helping to make Upper Richmond Road in Putney a better place for the surrounding flora and fauna.

Sunshinegun have helped to create a bold and contemporary design that reflects Nando's core values and echoes Honey Beer's story.

The labels present life from a bee's point of view, showing beautiful patterns that depict Putney's landscape. Curvy shapes represent the Thames, while dots for pollen and honey combs also feature. There's even a bee on the bottle cap – which flies off once drinkers crack the bottle open.

Nando’s Honey Beer is available now, for a limited time only and while stocks last, in selected Nando’s restaurants throughout London.

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