The numerals-inspired brewery from London gets a simplified look from design agency, Pentagram.
Pittsburgh’s own Top Hat Design errs on the side of heritage in their recent rebrand of iconic Iron City Beer.
A heritage UK beer brand, most commonly known for its chain of pubs, gets a visual refresh to appeal to a younger generation of drinkers.
Unibroue’s Jerry Vietz is a self-proclaimed ‘simple man.’ But, his resume would suggest anything but. We caught up with him to gain further insight…
We taste through 14 new beers for October. Hazy IPAs…are still here, a few big stouts enter the fold & a handful of saisons win with creativity…
Recently added: Noon Whistle (Naperville), The Sour Note Brewing (Hammond, IN), Nightshade & Dark’s Pandemonium Brewing (Waukegan) | Recently removed: Tribes Brewpub (Mokena)
As we mentioned a few weeks ago (with our Bermondsey Beer Mile Tour, here), London is having a craft beer moment. And as exciting as it is to see these craft operations fill in the gaps around Greater London–between cask ales and traditional pales–it's just as exciting to take in each new brewery's personality. Such identity is evident in Bermondsey's Partizan Brewing. It's not often that a brewery has the wherewithal to hire an acclaimed designer-slash-editorial-illustrator to tackle their label art.