“I get hellbent on trying to improve and develop with each label.“
Beer Label Art
Don’t let that barbaric presentation of Mason’s Brewing’s REKKR beer label fool you. Ben Bishop is about more than just “hack and slash”, little leaguers! He’s is a storyteller worthy of a saga of his own. We’re getting to the end of the list of artists whose beer labels YOU voted for as The Best Beer Labels of 2018.
Explore the Movie Monster art and spectacular beer labels of yet another “Best Beer Labels of 2018” artist.
Sometimes we get lucky and connect with an artist who has done label artwork for several breweries. Not only is Magge Gagliardi such an artist, but she’s also done work for breweries beyond just beer labels.
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!
Here we are again, friends! It’s late October, you’re already PSL’d out, and oh so tired of wearing long pants. No doubt you’ve had a couple of pumpkin beers. Love them or hate them, they go with the season like crunchy fallen leaves and fake Target spider webs. We happen to think they are some […]
“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.”