Beer Type, A Font Inspired By And Created With Beer Glasses

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If beer is your type of drink, then Beer Type should be in your font collection.

Brought to us by Brazilian artist Rogerio Oliveira, the typeface takes the shapes of several kinds of beer vessels, and uses them to create the negative space in the series of letters.

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That’s No Moon Ale

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That’s No Moon Ale is a fun t-shirt and a play on the Star Wars protagonists’ first encounter with the Death Star.

It’s also a parody of Blue Moon. Which it doesn’t take a jedi master to tell you, that’s no craft beer. T-shirt available here.

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Beer and Wine Lollipops by Lollyphile

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If you’re a sucker for a good IPA or Chardonnay, Lollyphile’s new line of Beer & Wine Lollipops is here to help.

The lolly artists are back with a series for drunks with a sweet tooth. Available wine flavors include; Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot. Beer on a stick includes; IPA, Stout, and Lager.

Available in groups of one flavor, or mix and match beers and wines. Line ‘em up.

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This Zombie-Inspired Beer Has Brains In It

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If you’re a fan of zombies and The Walking Dead, or you just like to drink sick sh*t… Then we have a beer just for you.

Dock Street Walker is an upcoming beer by Philadelphia-based, Dock Street Brewery Co., that’ll attempt to pay homage to the reigning king of zombie shows. Dock Street even takes their fandom a bit further — scratch that — a few miles further, by using actual brains in the brewing process.

The Pale American Stout is 7.2% ABV and brewed using organic cranberries and smoked goat brains. So, no worries, there are no human brains involved in the making of this beer. None inside the beer either.

[link, via Gizmodo and FoodBeast]

Leather Bike Growler Carrier

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The Leather Bike Growler Carrier is brought to us by Meriwether Montana. It’s handcrafted from vegetable tanned leather and can be conveniently attached under your bicycle seat.

Why would you need a growler carrier for your bicycle? Perhaps there’s a great party you need to get to that’s not accessible by car. Or, maybe you had your driver’s license taken away for another DUI — which would be awesomely ironic. Check it out here.

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