I agree with your train of thought. However, if you put a lambs head on top of the bic lighter then it would look like a Lambshead PEZ dispenser...I'm still stuck on the whole thing about it being a sheep and not a lamb... If I'm not completely crazy, arent they going for it like... Blueberry (obviously the blueberry), lambic (mixture of a lamb and a bic lighter?)
Please tell me I'm not losing it!
Something tells me you are brewing this for the 'Running of the Sheep' Sheep Drive in Reed Point, MT.
"Ah, Montana...where the men are men and the sheep are nervous..."
The wife and I stayed at the hotel there there many years ago...
Passing through on my way to WA State.What in the hell were you doing in Reed Point?
Where in MT are you?I think the cartoon looks like a sheep; you need a pic/drawing that looks more lamb-like to get those reading your label to make the mental connection & understand the pictograph. Maybe something like this: http://www.clker.com/clipart-lamb.html You might also use the berry pic, lamb pic & lighter pic individually with a + between them; at least people would realize that they need to do a little brainwork instead of scratching their heads & wondering what blueberries, sheep & lighters have to do with beer. I really do like the concept you came up with. Regards, GF.
Ya, Lolo Peak Winery is the best LHBS Missoula has to offer. It's not bad, they're small, but they have about 95% of the stuff I want/use & prices seem reasonable to me and the owners are friendly. I get the things they don't carry via mailorder. Regards, GF.Is Lolo Peaks or whatever it's called the only LHBS over there?