Craft Beer Logo & Label Design: GFB Leaves of Grass

Posted by on Feb 10, 2023 in Beer Branding, Label Design, Script, Sour | No Comments
Craft Beer Logo & Label Design: GFB Leaves of Grass

WEEK 6: Leaves of Grass series of wild ales from Granite Falls Brewing. This is probably one of my all-time favorite meldings of beer + type. Why’s that you say? Because the main font in all of these beer label designs is directly correlated to the name of the series, and in this case the […]

Craft Beer Logo & Label Design: 1623 Boiler Blowdown

Posted by on Jan 14, 2023 in Beer Branding, Label Design, Sour | One Comment
Craft Beer Logo & Label Design: 1623 Boiler Blowdown

Week 2: Something new. While most of the beer labels and logos I’ll display on this site have aged a bit, this one’s very recent. It’s Boiler Blowdown, a fruited sour ale with pomegranate and pistachios from 1623 Brewing Company in Eldersburg, MD. That’s right—pomegranate and pistachios! Beer Logo Type Fonts The font for the […]

Beech

Posted by on Oct 22, 2015 in Hand-lettered, Script, Sour | No Comments
Beech

The Good Kind of Funk! Week 42’s Beer-Type logo is inspired as much by a place as it is a beer. My wife and I recently took a quick trip up to Beech Mountain, NC to meet and stay with some friends, and I’ve been thinking ever since about how I could tie that into […]

Rio Oro

Posted by on Aug 28, 2015 in Serif, Sour | No Comments
Rio Oro

A River of Gold? I’ve been eying the Rio Oro font for a few months now wondering what kind of Beer-Type logo it could make. I thought surely it would turn out to be a cerveza of Spanish descent or maybe even something Wild West or even California gold rush. But then my taste buds […]

Pier

Posted by on Jul 3, 2015 in Gose, San Serif, Sour | No Comments
Pier

Pier Salty Sour Week 26’s Beer-Type Logo celebrates two of my favorite holidays—July 4th, and a week at the beach. Which, it just so happens those two gracefully collided. Match that with inspiration from Westbrook Brewing’s Gose and you have a craft beer worthy of sea legs. And Pier is a great name for a […]