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Churchkey Can Co.

Churchkey Can Company Before you were born, beer cans were opened by piercing them with a sharp tool. The pulltab and later the pop-top killed the ‘church key’ but since we can’t seem to get enough nostalgia, why not open beers the way Grandpa did?

Tiffany & Co. - 1920's - Original Shipping Barrel

Tiffany Original Shipping Barrel Tiffany Blue

design and packaging / Tiffany Original Shipping Barrel

Great Divide Yeti Designed by Cultivator Advertising & Design

Great Divide Yeti

Great Divide Yeti Designed by Cultivator Advertising & Design // Belgian Yeti on hiatus

Anchor Liberty Ale Label Illustrations by Jim Stitt.

Anchor Liberty Ale

Anchor Liberty Ale Label Illustrations by Jim Stitt. - Classic captures the brewery in a simple logo.

trouble brewing.  fun name.  nice use of color segmentation.

Beer Packaging

Churchkey Can co. is here to bring you a beer you can be proud in a can you can be honored to drink from. It’s about the joy of drinking beer—from the people you drink it with to where you drink it and now, how you open it. And, at the core of what we do, we are here to keep old traditions alive.

Churchkey Can Co. Flat Top Beer Can. Churchkey Can co. is here to bring you a beer you can be proud in a can you can be honored to drink fro.

Crux Fermentation Project (Bend, OR) beer labels designed by TBD.

Crux Fermentation Project

If you LOVE good beer and a creative spirit then Crux Fermentation Project in Bend, Oregon is for you.

Top Ten Rude Food Names - Squid Ink

Can we interest you in a PooPoo Smoothie? 11 Product Names That Mean Unfortunate Things in Other Languages

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Fernie Brewing Co. by Chris Zawada

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