Every Friday we raise a glass to celebrate some of the best new boozy bottles to hit store shelves. Today we’ve rounded up a collection beers that model the trendiest color of spring/summer 2016: the entire freaking rainbow. Why settle for one favorite color when you can marry saturated hues and soft pastels for the ultimate in packaging eye candy?

Rio Rum, by Stranger & Stranger
details like the leather bound neck and pattern on the underside of label, wood cork
bold brush stroke typography
dynamic with the vitality and energy of the Olympics
Subtle yet signature alternative color scheme of the flag
craft artisan
(Via Packaging of the World)

Cachaça Estúdio Caboclo, by Caboclo Estúdio
Cachaça is a distilled spirit made from sugarcane juice
indigenous and african-brazilian culture
earth hues of copper with the charcoal black, twine, and cork
gleam but not polished and shiny
(Via Packaging of the World)

Resonance, by Lucas Wakamatsu
bright neon, psychedelic
spirit of the city
more modern contemporary look of the thriving metropolis
youth of this rich heritage and culture
(Via The Dieline)

Sentinela, by Carlos Teles, Felipe Mascarenhas, Pedro Venetucci, Pedro Henrique, Wilson Sakata
something a little different from the blue, yellow, green tapestry
sleek and polished, channeling some old-school cigar-smoking poker table
Sentinel is a Brazilian organic alcoholic beverage company, like Cachaça, a popular drink in the country
natural ingredients in the rustic look
(Via The Dieline)