The only thing I know about Sparks, Nevada is what I’ve seen recently on I Am The Night. It’s no surprise that their beer doesn’t make it here to Chicago. If it did, labels like Mindful Fermentation, with the rainbow palette of Bryce Chisholm would jump off the shelves, both visually and literally. Which is […]
We’re super honored to interview the artist behind the winning label of our Top Ten Beer Labels of 2018 – Emily Boyd! Oddstory Brewing’s beers would throw down some serious competition for eyeballs on the shelves here in Chicago!
This is it, the BEST LABELS of 2018! You voted and here they are! ICYMI we put together a list of 80+ labels from last year for your consideration. The voting turnout was through the roof! Much thanks to everyone who participated in voting for their favorite labels.
When we sat down to decide what the best labels of 2018 were, we were overwhelmed! It takes a strong person to admit they have a problem. That’s why we want to hear from you and offer you a chance to win $300 in FREE BEER!
“I realized that Southern Prohibition was on my wavelength and not afraid to get weird and take a risk with their art… it turned into beer that’s sitting in the cooler at the convenience store.”
Most beer labels feature representational art. It’s just the nature of the beast. Aaron Troyer makes abstract art for the labels of Seventh Son Brewing in Columbus, OH.
If you’ve ever attempted to ship beer, you are well aware of its inherent precariousness. Buckle up, Little Leaguers! We’re about to show you a time-tested, fool-proof method for shipping beer to yourself or friends.
I am extremely lucky to be catching Alexandria early in her career. It’s easy to look at her work and see that she has an amazing future in whatever path she takes. I hope she stays in the beer packaging. The shelves of my bottle store would certainly be improved exponentially if she did. Clearly Two Tides Brewing of Savannah, GA saw her amazing potential as well.
Every once in a while, I like to poke around and see what other label art beer writers are looking at and enjoying. Recently, Adam Nason from beerpulse.com recommended that I check out Dean McKeever’s work for Tree House Brewing. He wasn’t wrong – it’s great stuff! Dean is very versatile. As an artist working […]
Many breweries today will sell you a large glass jug of their beer, known as a growler, to take home with you. They will also refill that container and usually knock a couple of bucks off in order to A) not have to sell you a new container and B) reward you for reusing that jug. The […]