The 10 Best Beer Labels of the Week: April 26, 2013

Ogle. Open. Drink. Repeat.

  • Here's another coveted bottle from the Bruery: A spin on the cultish Black Tuesday, aged in bourbon barrels with hazelnuts.
  • Very happy to see Two Roads, Connecticut's most exciting new brewery, putting out some nice labels.
  • Illustrator Keith Shore kills it yet again for Mikkeller. Awesome colors.
  • I would watch an action movie about a superhero made of hops.
  • Illustration Ale is a cool series that East End Brewing started with the Toonseum in Pittsburg to give artists a chance to design a label.
  • Seasonals seem to drop earlier and earlier each year now, so it's not surprising to see a big Christmas brown ale from Goose Island getting ready to drop in July.
  • DC Brau has some ace new cans—these are
  • Exercise your free will and drink better beer.
  • For its first 16-ounce cans, Anderson Valley calls a hilarious bear to action.
  • The "So Bad, It's Good" award goes to Grimm Brothers' attempt to sex up Snow White.

Today is Dark Lord Day, when beer nerds descend on Three Floyds for the chance to buy the brewery’s extremely limited imperial stout. Honestly, I’m happier at home sipping great beers at home than chasing white whales, but I will be following the #DLD hashtag on Instagram to spy on all the holy-grail brews people brought to the festival. And with that vintage beer art, here’s some new stuff to get excited about as well.

Click through the gallery above to see all of the week’s best beer art.

 

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