Do you love drinking beer so much that this makes you a dedicated beer fan wanting to have a beer themed phone case or a beer themed backpack? Did you ever imagined that there are online shops focused on Beer Artwork ? Craft Beer Art project is one (maybe one of the very few) of them, themed in providing unique, custom artwork beer themed gifts and accessories.
What can you see on the Craft Beer Art project ? Some of the things there are so wild that probably you never tought they exist. Like blankets with custom design based on beer labels. In fact, everything for sale there is based on real, existing beer labels. Would you like to go to the beach with a beer themed beach towel ? They exist there! Do you like spending time doing puzzles? Why not doing a beer themed puzzle? You can also find beer themed stickers, pet beds, materials, posters and more.
In addition to selling beer themed crafted works of art they try to create the first museum dedicated to the preserving and celebrating the history and impact of art on the beer industry. You can help them to achieve this goal by signing their petition or contributing to their cause. Beer lovers and Art lovers can unite to help create something truly awesome!! Sign the petition here: Create an art of beer museum!
Let’s see what kind of beer labels are used while doing a short overview of the best beer brands in the world. Westvleteren XII (Abdij St. Sixtus) : There are 10 Trappist monasteries in the world that brew. Almost none were known outside the local European communities where they are located. At least that was the case until word got out in 2005 that the Trappists of Saint Sixtus in Vleteren, Belgium might be producing a solid good tasting beer. They call their brew Westvleteren XII and they produce 126,000 gallons of this dark, quadruple style ale per year. Though demand for Westvleteren XII has reached epic proportions, the monks refuse to ramp up production. Much to their credit and to your inconvenience. ABV 10.2%
Where do we hope to find the most beer fans ? Some cities are known as beer cities and here is one of them. As the founders of Tallinn Craft Beer Weekend, Pohjala Brewery has a lot of skin in the game when it comes to Estonian brewing. These relative elders of the local craft beer market have been brewing since 2011. Their brand-new brewhouse and 24-tap tasting room debuted at the end of 2018 to showcase their own beers and guest collaborations, served alongside Texas BBQ. More Estonian brews take precedence on the draft list at Porgu, a subterranean bar and restaurant in Old Town. Try the koduolu style, a raw farmhouse ale from the Saaremaa island brewery Pihtla, for a truly Estonian taste. For another cross-cultural food and drink pairing, the bottle shop Taptap serves up locally made Danish-style hot dogs with its small but curated on-tap lineup. With more than 200 local and international bottles in the cellar-inspired space, it’s tempting to take more to go.