At the Brewfest, one of the brewers, File Mile Brewing Company, had really cool custom bottle caps for their beer bottles. I was really impressed with the quality of their logo and the application to the cap. They told me that they used Bottlemark to have their caps printed.
Sometime after the fest, I remembered the link and looked up the Bottlemark site to check out their prices. They were about 12 cents per cap, which is pretty good for custom-printed caps. Usually, 60 unprinted caps (they're usually measured by weight, not by count) is about $1.60. For $7, Bottlemark will ship 60 caps printed in full color. This was worth looking into, since the kids have been using my blank caps for summer art projects.
I assembled a few designs for Black Box:
One is a nice generic design I can re-use in the future for any flavor. The other two are for specific beer that I have almost ready to bottle. I'm pleased with how the designs turned out.
I received a notice from them today that the caps I ordered have shipped, and I'm anxious to see what the final product looks like. If they turned out good, I might produce custom caps for every beer we make.