It’s not unheard of for us to interview artists with just a handful of labels to their credit. What’s exciting about interviewing Joana Fraga, whose third label has yet to be released, is that she’s just getting started with making label art for Chicago’s very own Odious Cellars.
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September is my favorite month, second only to October. The oppressive Chicago heat fades away and being outside doesn’t require mapping out the shady spots. I do what I can to put off drinking my first pumpkin ale until September first, even though they are on the shelves before then. And of course, Oktoberfest beers […]
I did a little experiment recently where I basically hacked the Picobrew Packs to add my own ingredients to the boil. This is a short guide for anyone who’d like to do the same.
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We’re so stoked to crown the Top Ten Beer Labels of 2019 for a second year, we decided to give our marginally-coveted award a name: ARTBREW – Award of Respect from Thirsty Bastards Recognizing Excellence in Workership! Check them out!
Just as we did last year, we’ve compiled this MONSTER list of outstanding labels. Also like last year, we want your help to determine the Top Ten Best Beer Labels of 2019 from this list and we’re giving three lucky voters FREE BEER to tell us!
Here we are again, label lovers. There’s beer labels and there’s PUMPKIN BEER LABELS! As we do every year for our beloved readers, we perused hundreds of the most recent labels registered and assembled a gallery of 12 of THE BEST on offer. You’ll be stunned, delighted, and perhaps a little spooked when you see […]
Wolfskulljack’s art is dark and primal in subject matter, but also in shape and line. Her work honors two sides of nature – stagnant death and repose and raw rage and fear. …and, yeah, she draws A LOT of wolves.
When brewers/breweries partner with one another to create a beer together, marrying the ideas from two different businesses and/or individuals, a “collaboration beer” is born.
“I started by pitching a set of 6 designs at the brewery owners with the idea that, as each beer had character, each beer WAS a character… Those design decisions still live on today and hopefully make a Parallel 49 beer recognizable on shelf with even the quickest of glances.”