Nice label! I love the loud colors and the birkenstock. Here's my 2 cents on how you can make tiny changes so the label really stands out:
1. Make the Birkenstock BIGGER. This is the focal point of the label. It doesn't need to stay within the red part of the label.
2. Make the text "birkenstock" bolder
. With the loud and very constrasting colors, it can easily get lost in the background.
3. The relationship between the Birkenstock and the "organic pale ale" text is a bit awkward. I'd switch them up like above so it works better.
4. Possibly add a black outline on the top and bottom of the red space of the label to help it stand out and it helps with image repetition (since all the text has outlines).
5. Text alignment, position. I'd shrink the "birkenstock" text a bit so there's a an equal border around it and so it's not slammed up right to the edge of the background.
6. Also, have the "k" in birkenstock lined up with right edge of the "organic pale ale" text, and the "b" in birkenstock lined up with the outer edge of the heel of the birkenstock image. Also, have equal red space above and below the "organic pale ale" text.
7. You may want to bring the dot of the "i" in organic closer to the text, it's kind of hanging way out in the middle of nowhere.
8. Last, maybe frame the image with a border (white border is shown, but another color may work better).