Value of Paper and Print

Outback Brewery

An independent microbrewery in Sydney wanted to grow direct-to-consumer sales through their website as well as increase brand awareness of their boutique beers. To achieve this, a multi-channel campaign utilising personalised URLs and direct mail was created.


  • Outback Brewery created 5,000 personalised postcards that were sent to select consumers that had a specific lifestyle, age, income and propensity to spend. Postcard recipients were asked to “name the lizard” on the beer’s logo and submit their answer to a personalised URL. Recipients were incentivised to participate by a chance to win free beer for a year, $10 off a mixed case of beer via their new online shop and a free bottle opener. Participants were brought to a personalised landing page that was an extension of the branding found on the postcard, maintaining the continuity and connection with the brand both offline and online.

The results

  • The campaign proved to be a huge success for the company, increasing consumer engagement and driving sales. Outback Brewery received over 120 online orders and more than 2,300 unique web visitors. A 10% response rate was achieved within 72 hours, growing to 20% within two weeks and eventually reaching 33%.

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