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Redbreast Launches an Uncommon Bottle to Help the Common Bird 

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The Public House develops a campaign to help launch a limited edition Redbreast bottle that doubles as a bird feeder
Redbreast Launches an Uncommon Bottle to Help the Common Bird 

Dublin creative agency The Public House have helped Redbreast launch its first initiative under its new Project Wingman partnership with BirdLife International. A social and digital campaign was built around a Limited Edition Redbreast bottle featuring a copper exterior casing that neatly transforms into a beautiful bird feeder. The unique design was created by London based packaging agency Nude can be purchased on the Redbreast website with €15 from every bottle sold donated to support Project Wingman’s mission to keep common birds common. 

Irish Distillers entrusted The Public House — who recently brought the iconic Robin Redbreast to life through a global campaign — with creating an impactful campaign that would not only shine a light on the plight of the common bird but also give consumers a chance to help out. The Public House worked alongside Pangolin UK to deliver an integrated social, digital and PR plan to make this mission take flight. At the heart of the campaign is a video from the Robin Redbreast, slyly suggesting that Redbreast fans can help out by opening their very own bird bistro. Teaser posts also featured different birds offering hipster-esque restaurant reviews for a mysterious new ‘pop-up’. 

“The bottle design and ingenuity was very inspiring, so we wanted to help out with a campaign that kept pace. Once we started looking at this bottle from a bird’s POV, we saw that there was the ultimate win-win situation: a bottle for you, and a bistro for the birds.” notes Jarrod Banadyga, creative director, The Public House. “Doing a bit of good while sipping an incredible whiskey has never been easier.” 

Laura Hanratty, head of prestige Whiskeys, Irish Distillers, added: ‘“After much anticipation, we are extremely excited to launch the beautifully crafted whiskey casing that has been specially designed to double up as a bird feeder. As always, The Public House were there to ensure that this beautiful piece was showcased and more importantly that our mission was clearly communicated to the consumer.” 

The limited edition Redbreast 12 Year Old with copper bird feeder casing has been selling incredibly fast on the Redbreast website with one last chance to buy on Monday, December 7th. Bottles are priced at €60 (£50) and will ship in December

The Public House is a strategic and creative agency in Dublin, with clients including Jameson, Paddy Power, EPIC: The Irish Emigration Museum, Independent News & Media. The agency is known for its strategic rigour and creative edge that delivers for its clients, with a philosophy that ‘Boring Doesn’t Sell’.


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THE PUBLIC HOUSE 

Creative Director: Jarrod Banadyga 

Art Director: Eimear O’Sullivan & Rudy Godfrey 

Copywriter: Jarrod Banadyga, Barry Taylor 

Designer: Cian Booth 

Producer: Steve Battle 

Director/Animator: Neil Stubbings 

Account Manager: Meg Dalglish 

Group Account Director: Grainne Kehoe 

Business Director: Catrióna Campbell 

Production Company: Jelly London 

PANGOLIN 

Business Director: Will Cookson 

Account Manager: Emma Lomas 

Account Director: Guy Marturano 

CLIENT 

Marketing Director, Global, Irish Distillers: Brendan Buckley 

Head of Prestige & Speciality Whiskeys, Irish Distillers: Laura Hanratty Marketing Manager, Irish Distillers

Brand Manager, Irish Distillers: Ciaran O’Donovan 

Digital Content Executive, Irish Distillers: Francis McConnell

Categories: Spirits, Alcoholic Beverages

The Public House, Thu, 03 Dec 2020 15:36:16 GMT