A Beverage Brand Born From And For Underground Dance Culture

A Beverage Brand Born From And For Underground Dance Culture
Food & Beverage

What happens when a company does beverage branding in reverse, letting music culture dictate its identity?

Jason Prechtel
  • 16 december 2016

Plenty of brands target hip music venues in hopes of taking off with their audience. But what happens when the hip music venue’s head honcho is launching the brand? John Barclay, the managing owner of Brooklyn nightclub Bossa Nova Civic Club, is about to find out. The brand? White Label Yerba Mate Soda—a new, locally-produced version of a carbonated beverage his club helped popularize in North America to begin with.

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