BIMP will be pouring from 6-9pm this Friday April 3rd @ the Earth Works Art Fair. Sample some homebrew and enjoy an evening filled with art, music, fire spinning, and food! Find out more on their Facebook Event Page.
Pop Chart Lab has created the mother of all beer taxonomy posters! The aptly titled “The Magnificent Multitude of Beer” is incredibly detailed. Each beer style is linked divided into Ale and Lager, then to individual style, an example, and finally the glass it should be served in. Well done! It looks like they took their original “Very Many Varieties of Beer” and continued to add to it. This 60″ x 40″ poster will surely be the envy of your beer enthusiast friends. Check out our previous post on Pop Chart Lab here.
HandmadeCeramicGrowlers.com has got some pretty amazing beer vessels available on their website! They not only do custom logo growlers for breweries, but they also have a tier known best as “Uber Growlers” that are sure to incite growler envy among your draft carrying compadres. The company is called Carlburg Pottery, and they pride themselves on using American sourced materials to make truly one of a kind growlers for beer enthusiasts of all types.
So I came across a really great blog tonight as I searching for brewing art. Beer Paintings – Original Art for Beer Lovers By Beer Lovers is a blog showcasing some fantastic oil paintings that integrate bottle caps, hops, and other beer odds and ends. I’m really impressed with these paintings! They even have an Etsy page where you can order custom oil paintings of your favorite brewery bottle caps! Please take some time to drop by their site (beerpaintings.blogspot.com) as they do an excellent job. Much respect!
[vimeo 42674279 w=500 h=281] Bottle Cap Blues is a short film created by Adam Young for a solo Art Show at Common House Gallery. More of his art can be found at common-house.com. It’s an awesome video showing the various ways you canMacGyver open a bottle of beer. I’ve tried a few of these, but I’m thinking that opening a bottle of beer off of a pizza crust is pretty impressive!
I believe I’ve posted some of these before, but Pop Chart Lab has created some extremely cool beer/brewery posters. They’ve got a great webstore that includes the popular “Visual Compendium of Notable Haircuts in Popular Music” and “Controllers.” If you are looking to fill some empty wall space with something interesting, this is the place to go. Pop Chart Lab also has t-shirts available.
This is AWESOME! If you are a homebrewer creating your own recipes, or just someone looking for something unique to hang on your wall, hopschart.com created an aesthetic poster sized hops chart. You can compare individual hops based off of flavors like citrus, spice, floral, herbal, etc. This would be a great tool for someone fine tuning their brew. Thanks to contributor zacjackson for the link.