Thursday, February 5, 2009

Heels Keep.

So you can leave it to me to pull something like this off!!!

A few weeks ago i hear of this competition from Squatters Brewery.

"Design our newest Beer Label!"

So i thought, hmmm... that might be fun.
I work on it here and there through the last few weeks, and come yesterday its due.
So of course i scratch my original idea and start anew when i returned home from work last night.

I was proud of my self, i finished it AND got it submitted on time!

The beer is gonna be called "Hells Keep" its a style of beer that always references the Devil and Hell. It was originally brewed in Belgium, and named Devul (meaning Devilin), is quite heavily hopped to give a floral nose and a tangy, fruity finish. Typically, such brews undergo three fermentations, the final one being in
the bottle, resulting in fine champagne‐like carbonation, and a huge rocky white head when they are poured. Often such beers can be cellared for six months to a year to gain roundness.

I had a lot of fun with this, and got a lot done in a course of a few hours last night, but obviously i worked too hard and was too tired to pay to much attention to Details, even the most important part, SPELLING THE DAMN NAME OF THE BEER.

There we go people, i guess i should of put some High Heels on the little Devil huh?

Heels Keep / Hells keep, do you think they'll notice? hah .... way to go Nayt.


Amy said...

I swear I left a comment. Maybe I didn't type the words at the bottom in right. Good job brother!!!! Sounds like alhpa brown. ha ha.

becca said...

I found this out of curiosity and the click of a mouse today. Then I decided to say, "hi, long lost friend". You have amazing talent and that newest label design is killer! I hope you don't mind if I check in every now and again--Becca (meyer)Jensen

Amy said...

hey brother, check out berks blog. He is on my list of followers. He's bicycle Berk. Ta Dah.

Penny said...

Hope you don't mind a stranger leaving a comment. I read Amy's blog and was curious about the name, "Naytron." VERY IMPRESSED with your design work. Had a bit of a chuckle at the spelling misfortune, only because I can relate. Anyway, nice work.