Boags Back In The Water
James Boag’s in Tasmania takes us back in time to witness the pure, mystical and other-worldly effect of the Pure Waters, in two television commercials recently aired in Australia. In “Glassblowing” a visitor to the Cradle Mountain region discovers the magic of Boag’s Premium. In “Russell Falls” a group of men send barrels down the Gordon river in the Mount Field national park, with one of their number daring to ride the waterfall within for the sake of a Boag’s Draught.
Click on the image below to play the Boag’s Glassblowers video in YouTube
Click on the image below to play the Russells Falls video in YouTube
The Pure Waters campaign was first launched in February 2009 with a television commercial, online material and print advertising (Melbourne Cup and more). The campaign was extended later in 2009 with “Pure Island“.
The Draught campaign includes an interactive site on which visitors get to meet the locals and have a go themselves at the art of dunking.
Ralph Simpson, Lion Nathan’s premium brand director, said: “The Pure Waters creative has endured because of the simple, powerful truth of the original insight – that from better water comes better beer. That original insight remains the same today and has been leveraged across multiple touch-points over the years – to the point where it has gathered such momentum in the market that it casts a halo effect across the entire Boag’s portfolio. Tasmania is a highly emotive place; it conjures up imagery unlike any other area of Australia, and is viewed as pure, mystical and other-worldly. Through Pure Waters we have been able to capture that image and bring our Tassie provenance to life in an engaging way.”
The Boag’s campaign was developed at Publicis Mojo, Sydney, by executive creative director Micah Walker, Premium creative team Ruth Bellotti and Justine Armour, Draught creative team Pim Van Nunen and Ian Williamson, agency producer Anna Richmond, commercial director Lois Donaldson, planner Nicole Milward, account director Simon Ludowyke.
Production designer was Chris Kennedy. Costume was produced by Margot Wilson.
The Draught site was designed by Holler Sydney.