Beer Packaging

The logo is formed by a white background and the 4 mountains with the 4 main colors forming the simulation of a mountain with its rocks and vegetation and in the lower part a lake with reflection, which could be the lakes of Covadonga or the of Somiedo. 
Initially, with this logo, I wanted to imitate Lake Bricial also known as the third lake or ghost lake that is located right between Lake Enol and Ercina (Asturias- Spain). It is a lake that only has water at the time of melting.

"Once the whole valley was a great lake. Currently, as we said, there is still a temporary gap, fed by the beautiful waterfall. This lake could be permanent if the faults and sinkholes in its bottom are plugged, which are formed naturally in "dolinas" (bowls with a certain depth, located in limestone and without clay materials in its bottom that makes them waterproof )."

If we look at the logo with the green and gray mountain we see the lake, but if we turn it around causing the water to be in the mountains, the lake has been dry, and it is waiting for the thaw to return to be full of water.
The beer has 4 different styles:
Each one is based on a different Asturian Animal

The brown bear (Ursus arctos) is a species of carnivorous mammal of the Ursidae family of Eurasia and North America. The species that resides in Asturias is the European brown bear (Ursus arctos arctos) is a subspecies of the Ursus arctos typical of Europe, from the Iberian Peninsula to Scandinavia and Russia.
Curiously, this brown bear has the same physical characteristics that the brown bear of the Himalayas (Ursus arctos
isabellinus), in the only thing that differs is in the grammage of the hair.
So I decided to make an IPA

Lutrinae (Lutrinae), commonly known as otters, are a subfamily of carnivorous mammals of the great family Mustelidae. There are 3 otter species distributed in 7 genera, with a practically global population distribution. Currently, the safest and most stable area of its distribution range is in Russia.
I chose the Imperial Stout because of its connection with Russia.

The Cantabrian capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus cantabricus) is a subspecies of the western capercaillie (Tetrao urogallus), a galliform bird of the Phasianidae family endemic to the Cantabrian mountains. At the moment the populations are restricted to the mountainous zones of Asturias, some zones of the north of Castile and Leon (especially in the province of Leon) and to mountain areas of the west of Cantabria.
Its diet consists of berries and wheat.

The chamois or anteater (Rupicapra rupicapra) is a bovine of the subfamily Caprinae present in some mountain ranges of Europe, such as the Carpathians, the Alps, the Caucasus, the Pyrenees or the Cantabrian mountain range and certain mountainous areas of the Balkans, Slovakia, and Turkey. Some authors classify the specimens of the Pyrenees and the Cantabrian Cornice as a separate species, the Pyrenean chamois (Rupicapra pyrenaica), although this is not something that has been adopted by the entire international scientific community.
It is an animal that fights for its territory and for the independence of this as did the
Americans during the Independence War.

The Beer:
During 2017 spring and fall these beers were shown at Piedras Blancas and Gijón (Asturias) art exhibition halls. 
I've obtained the maximum grade with Honors in this project.
Thanks for reading :)