St Boniface Brewery
The St Boniface Well is located on the Black Isle, in the Highlands of Scotland, and takes its name from the 8th Century Catholic missionary who is famous for destroying a sacred Pagan oak tree dedicated to the Norse god Thor.
The St Boniface Brewery makes its beer using water from St Boniface Well. Each of the beers takes inspiration from an element of the legend of St Boniface and the 'Thunder Tree'.
The branding uses a modern approach to Medieval typography to reference the Brewery's heritage and bring it into a contemporary craft beer context.