Beer cap maps, started by a beer cap collector, has turned into a business helping others create art for their walls out of beer caps. Its a pretty simple concept but the results are cool, each map is laser cut out of 1/4″ veneered plywood with holes to place your favorite bottle caps. We’re a lil butt hurt that there’s no wood cut for the beautiful state of New Jersey but hey we’ll drown that out with beer! More info on Beer Cap Maps or to purchase CLICK HERE
Whether your on your way to your brewers Meetup or just like to have your beer handy and cold, you’re in luck. Miir, a product design firm, has developed an insulated growler ready to transport your home brews anywhere anytime and keeps them cold. Not that you couldn’t already just throw it into a thermos but hey this thing is measured out to 64oz and has a nice tight seal on top. For more info and or purchase this item CLICK HERE
Generally when talking beer we’re talking about the contents in the container, most of the time thats all that matters. Well, we found someone that cares about it all. Greg Mayes of Beer Cap Motorcycles takes those lil bottle caps you normally toss out and turns them into art. Check out his bottle cap masterpieces below, for more information on Bottle Cap Motorcycles click here
Budweiser aired a spot during the 2015 Super Bowl as they do every year, but this time instead of the Clydesdale they went and offended the Craft Beer Industry from the Brewers to drinkers. Check out the spot and the rebuttal from the Craft Beer industry. Cheers!
David Smith, a sign painter from Ireland teamed up with Jameson in 2013 to create label design for a limited edition St. Patricks day Jameson bottle. As much as this is dated material we thought this was too cool not to share. For more on artist David Smith click here.
Photo Credit: David Smith