Help us build the Art of Beer museum

Do you enjoy drinking beer so much that this makes you a big 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, focused 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. Rumor has it that single cans of Heady Topper DIPA were recently selling in LA for $25 per can. And selling well. We don’t know if we’d pay that much but we’d surely consider it because this well-balanced, slightly fruity double IPA packs a subtle punch that’s more like a friendly nudge and leaves you with a clean, if slightly bitter, aftertaste. Like the European beers already featured in other beer rankings, you’ll need to travel to the brewer’s hometown to pick up some Heady Topper (unless you want to pay $25 per can in LA). ABV 8%

Where do we hope to find the most beer fans ? Some cities are known as beer cities and here is one of them. If you only have time to drink one beer while in Lisbon, why not do it in an 18th-century royal tunnel? The beer bar Quimera is housed in an underground path to the Pal├ício das Necessidades, used as an escape route for King Manuel II when the monarchy fell in 1910. History aside, Quimera offers its own unusual beers on tap, ranging from a barrel-aged raspberry sour raw ale to a Brett IPA or a peanut butter porter. For a longer visit, head to Marvila, Lisbon’s self-described beer district. This neighborhood designation was conceived by three local breweries: Musa, Lince, and Dois Corvos. Though each runs independently, they’re housed within a block of each other, which makes a brew crawl easy to accomplish.

Source: https://craftbeerartproject.com/.