website design process
Tar Barrel Brewery & Distillery has seen Matt Bebe and Andrew Gow reunite to continue producing award-winning craft beers at 72 Watt Road Mornington, the original home of Mornington Peninsula Brewery.
The new owners required a website to reflect the change in ownership. The new design is bold, strong and dynamic.
The engaging design has clearly defined sections and striking photographic backgrounds of the brewery and the locals that visit this bustling distillery.
Some Key Features
self management system
flip box effect
Client Tar Barrel Brewery & Distillery
Description Peninsula brewery specialising in award-winning craft beers with the new addition of a whiskey and gin distillery.
Key Messages Crafted taste experiences, being ‘local’ and using ‘local’
Skills Website Design
A grid is used below the top image in a mix of colour and photo backgrounds. Some elements on the home page flip on hover, others scroll and the rest are simple click-throughs ensuring this website is an eye-catching experience for the user whilst remaining user friendly.
A mix of white and black text are used depending on the background colours/ elements to indicate to the user which section they require effortlessly.
The bold grid colours from the main page are used to highlight the tiers of membership available at Tar Barrel.
The user completes the transaction with a direct checkout link.
booking and menu pages
The integrated booking system is a pivotal component of the Tar Barrel website and must be a seamless process for their many table bookings.
Before our websites go live we perform rigorous testing to ensure that clients will find this an easy to use process.