Warsteiner Logo

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Warsteiner beer is brewed in the Arnsberg Forest Nature Park outside of Warstein, North-Rhine Westphalia, Germany since 1753. Warsteiner is Germany’s largest privately owned brewery. Catharina Cramer is the owner of Warsteiner.

Meaning and history

Warsteiner Logo history

Before 2013

Warsteiner Logo before 2013
Their original logo was a white badge with a golden circle in the center and a golden frame around. Both had excessive lighting effects. The central circle held the white name ‘Warsteiner’ in their usual font. The white space right around it accommodated their motto – ‘the queen among beers’ – written in a ring around the center. They culminate in an image of a golden crown above,

2013 – 2016

Warsteiner Logo 2013
In this design, the golden frame became thinner, and much of the lighting was gone. The name bit became much bigger, while the crown image was placed right atop the central circle. The only notable addition is the year ‘1753’ written in gold in the bottom section.

2016 – Today

Warsteiner logo

The Warsteiner logo is an example of a classical beer emblem – a round-framed wordmark with the crown on top.

It’s color scheme is soft and elegant – light gold with black and white. The gothic bold typeface reflects the brand’s rich history, so does the traditional crown.

The attention-grabbing logo also includes a Warsteiner’s signature claim – “Das Einzig Wahre”, which means “The one and only”. There is also a brand’s foundation date displayed alongside the crown.

The Warsteiner logo shows the brand’s authenticity and a high quality of its product, making it one of the most popular beer bran in the world.