- Why are there 4 city crests on the label? What cities are they?
- What is Klostermann's connection to Strakonice?
- What did Klostermann do?
- Why is "Lager Bier" on the label in German instead of Czech?
It was only when I read his wiki entry that it became clear, and I had checked the back label, to be told the ingredients of the beer and the best before date.
But grumbling without suggesting an alternative is pointless, so here is what I would do:
- Use a complete wrap around label, rather than the more usual front and back efforts
- Leave the front section largely as it is
- On the back section, put the smallest possible barcode on it, and have it horizontal rather than vertical, decrease the size of the font for the ingredients and then give a potted biography of Karel Klostermann.
The potted biography could be something like this:
"Born in 1848 in Haag am Hausruck, Karel Klostermann was an author in both the Czech and German languages. His later writings are based in the Šumava region under the title "In the Heart of Šumava". Klostermann died in 1923 in Štěkeň, a village near Strakonice."