Some labels I worked up
I use these more as kegerator and tap handle art, but I do keep a few around for when I bottle up a growler or send bombers to friends. Nothing too fancy, but I have a blast doing them.
This is for my version of the famous Centennial Blonde. Inspired by the gorgeous 1971 Topps baseball cards (made before I was born, but what a great design!)
Every November, our homebrew club has what we call "Danksgiving". We lug a whole Thanksgiving meal to our meeting place (the best bar in town), and have a feast. The recipe changes every year, but it's a totally overboard hop-forward imperial india brown.
Black IPA. This was done for bottles donated to a raffle for my local co-op.
For a red rye IPA hopped to death with Amarillo and El Dorado.
The first label (and name) for my house session pale ale. The label's inspired by one of my favorite records, the Al Kooper/Mike Bloomfield/Steven Stills classic "Super Session".
Then I went and changed the name. I'm a sucker for vintage tumblr photo blogs, and this was a photo I found.
Winter double IPA! Because we cannot live on dark beers alone.
The latest brew, an all-Mosaic EPA, that I brewed for a homebrew class/demo at a local coffee shop with a great kitchen.
I really, really enjoy those last two. Well played.
Thanks! Those two are ones I really like, too. Cheers!
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