The YO-HO Brewing Company has released a new Japanese beer label called 'Sorry' which features a freshly attractive design on its cans.
The white base with pastel lettering in various typographic fonts makes for an artistic beer label which looks great and is indicative of the light and refreshing brew that sits inside. Infused with the aromatic flavors of sake, the beer promises to be a deliciously fruity concoction that appeals to both men as well as women.
Far from apologetic, the name 'Sorry' is actually an acronym for a much longer set of Japanese terms that don't come across as easily when translated into English. This novel Japanese beer packaging is stylishly clean and modern and makes itself stand apart from the majority of other beer labels out there.
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