Aesthetic Atrocities From The World Of Beer. We love the stuff, but bloody hell, some brewers should be tied up in hop pockets and beaten with malt-shovels.
No. No no no no.This sort of thing only comes from tacky German and Belgian breweries, doesn't it?Doesn't it?
Oh dear oh dear. Is that for Front Magazine or something? Perhaps they thought we would find out. Either way - abysmal.
Yeh is that to do with front magazine? If so then I imagine they are more to blame and probably said 'its gota have tits on the bottle', to which brewdog replied 'whatever, as long as we can make the beer however we want.'fingers crossed.where did you find this beer?
"Most Real Ale branding seems to be done in some ‘twisted vacuum, devoid of taste and logic’ (Tony Naylor, The Guardian). Cringe-worthy sexual references, out-dated clichés cringe, and grimace inducing design sadly dominate real ale branding. Contrast this to craft beer’s slick packaging which is both relevant and charismatic …" (http://www.brewdog.com/blog-article/craft-beer-v-real-ale)Physician, heal thyself.
It is indeed Front magazine, and one person even posted on their site: "first time i will be wanking to a beer label". The future of beer? I hope not.
this is something which they designed and it is not a beer we sell.James, BrewDog
Unauthorised use of your logo is pretty serious, then. Hope you've a cease-and-desist lodged, for the sake of the brand.
A big lad did it and ran off? That's the Brewdug response? FFS.
It seems James is being economical with the truth here. This beer was announced on the brewdog blog, though the post has been removed.
That is just terrible. Really bad. I'm not surprised that Brewdog are trying to distance themselves from it. If I were Brewdog, and Front Magazine did design the label, then I wouldn't be happy, as it clearly breaches the codes of the Portman Group/quote: (d) suggest any association withsexual success.
Ed, if Brewdog have lost the post then it's NOT the truth anymore. It never happened. You must have dreamed it. Report to the reprogramming centre for adjustment.