In Brisbane, there’s a small brewery chock-full of personality, and a series of cans to match. The cheerful color palette and energetic illustrations might get you thinking of a trip to the Gold Coast...
Contributor Michael Hubatch repays a visit to KC and the brewery that sparked their craft scene.
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We teamed up with Porch Drinking to pick 10 beers from the inaugural Kveik Fest by Burnt City.
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Chad Michael Studio brings their detailed and ornate approach to a cider brand that could stand the test of time.
Fort Point Beer Company is located in the shadows of San Francisco's Golden Gate Bridge. The brewery resides in a historic Presidio building that was formerly used as an Army motor pool. Being situated in such an iconic landscape reinforces their pride in San Francisco and in the beer they brew. This is evident in their branding and packaging effort. Earlier this month, Fort Point announced the expansion of its packaged product line with 12oz. cans, with new packaging for KSA, Park, Villager and Westfalia.
Whether or not you've been to southern Ohio, there is a chance you are familiar with this brewery. Cincinnati's Rhinegeist Brewery just might be the Midwest's, if not the country's, single most thought out brand. From the brew kettle window to the swag to the packaging system – everything is carefully considered. And for that, we just had to reach out to the brewery to share as many images of their brand as we could get our hands on. Thankfully, they happily obliged.