Hagin

Posted by on Apr 3, 2015 in Hefeweizen, Serif | No Comments
Hagin

Hagin is a nice, clean, condensed serif font just begging to be used in a craft beer logo. I tried to find the origin and meaning of the name “Hagin” but it seems that no one really knows. It is said to have German, Irish and Hebrew meanings. Hey, two out of three ain’t bad […]

Old Press

Posted by on Mar 27, 2015 in Grungy, Porter, San Serif | No Comments
Old Press

This is the first time I’ve ever used this font—and I think I’ll use it again! I created the background grunge effects with only the letters of this font. Nice and grungy. You can download Old Press for free. Feelin’ like sippin’ on a coffee porter right about now… Coffee and Beer—Say What?!? A really […]

Fenwick Woodtype

Posted by on Mar 17, 2015 in Blackletter, Cream Ale, Woodtype | No Comments
Fenwick Woodtype

Happy St. Patty’s Day, everyone! In the spirit of the day and the week of beer partaking, Fenwick Woodtype can be the cure for what ales you (misspelling intended). When researching Irish beer craft beer, I came across this article… 30 Fantastic Irish Beers You Have To Try in 2015 (As Suggested by Ireland’s Beer […]

Black No.7

Posted by on Mar 13, 2015 in Grungy, Serif, Stout | No Comments
Black No.7

I created a logo for GFB’s Southern Blackjack Stout (aged in whiskey barrels) earlier this week and just had to create my own beer-type logo from this font!!! Black No.7 is a “Jack Daniels” font. It’s not the official font they used on their bottle (because I looked it up and it’s a custom font […]

Belizio

Posted by on Mar 6, 2015 in Lager, Serif | No Comments
Belizio

Ok, so not many (any?) craft beers are brewed in Italian Tradition. Not even sure that makes sense! But this slab serif font is great for a beer-type logo, and the inspiration came to me after trying to research the origin of the name “Belizio”, which seems to be a family name hailing from Italy. […]

Thunderbird

Posted by on Feb 27, 2015 in Belgian, Serif | No Comments
Thunderbird

What’s the word? Thunderbird! I had some fun with this one—just what I was looking for in this project. Ahh, refreshing… Dubbel Trubbel? I imagine this beer type to be a Dubbel, or in other circles known as a “Double“. It’s often confusing to me the terminology used when describing Belgian brews. Dubbels are often […]

Raceway

Posted by on Feb 20, 2015 in Lager, Script | No Comments
Raceway

Raceway was chosen in honor of the Daytona 500, for which I was able to attend for the first time in my life (bucket list item—check). I’m not a huge fan of this font by any means. To be honest, in my humble opinion it’s kinda old school and the kerning is absolutely terrible. But […]

Greenwood

Posted by on Feb 13, 2015 in Barrel-Aged, Serif, Stout | No Comments
Greenwood

I’ve been diggin’ the stouts lately. This is kind of a juxtaposed (oxymoronic?) term because I’m pretty sure the bourbon barrels are not made from green wood, but I could be wrong. Howse about someone that is educated about barrel-aging beer enlighten me in the comments? This font can been found utilized in the following […]

Alex Brush

Posted by on Feb 6, 2015 in Pilsner, Script | No Comments
Alex Brush

A script font works well for a pilsner, wouldn’t you say? This beer-type logo is a play on the classic yellow stuff we all know and love. (Well, love is a strong word… how about like? After all, I only gave it 3 stars.)

Intro Inline

Posted by on Jan 29, 2015 in IPA, San Serif | No Comments
Intro Inline

Double your pleasure. Double your fun! I found this font on Pinterest when looking for some inspiration to use for an upcoming taphandle graphic. Looks like something that would be on a can, and somewhat reminiscent of NODA’s Hop Drop ‘N Roll label. I may not ever use Intro Inline for a craft beer label […]