Posts by Craig Gunderson:
I’m not going to lie… A significant amount of space in my beer cellar is dedicated to Revolution Brewing’s Deep Woods beers. When I caught word that this series of barrel-aged whales was going through a rebranding, I jumped at the chance to find out who the artist is with the honor of having their […]
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One of our most popular posts here at TB is “How to Remove Bottle Labels, Intact, in 15 Minutes”, so we know lots of our readers are saving the labels from their favorite beers. That said, cans are becoming much more popular with breweries for lots of reasons. Well, we did the research and you’ll […]
Making your first brew a one-gallon batch is the perfect way to find out if homebrewing is right for you and luckily there’s lots of kits out there for just this purpose. Is Craft A Brew’s Home Beer Brewing Kit the perfect starting kit for the new home brewer? Let’s find out!
Americans can’t get enough hops. As long as craft beer drinkers shout their demand for “More Hops!”, breweries will continue to find innovative ways to inject as much of that sought-after piney, citrusy, floral goodness into their beers as they can. As a result, we’ve developed just as many means to measure it, sell it, […]
“The fun but challenging part of these labels is that I have to figure out how to work with all these different color palettes first while being able to incorporate some type of narrative in what I’m drawing on the label.”
I found Mike Moses and Nepenthe Brewing while reviewing candidates for our Best Beer Labels of 2020 and, honestly, shame on you readers for not sending more votes his way. His work belongs right at the top of the best labels out there and I felt obligated to put them front-and-center in your eye holes. […]