An Excursive Mind

by anthony p. muñoz

In honor of the birth of our son, my wife and I took a beer making class at Beverage Art in the 1950’s suburb of Chicago - Beverly, Illinois.  We wanted to make a really “hoppy” pale ale style along the lines of Bell’s Two-Hearted Ale. Our first batch was ready just in time for Cedar Joaquin’s entry into the world.
Here’s the label artwork I designed for it. The color matches the little guy’s nursery. The kangaroo imagery goes with the name.
Thanks.

In honor of the birth of our son, my wife and I took a beer making class at Beverage Art in the 1950’s suburb of Chicago - Beverly, Illinois.  We wanted to make a really “hoppy” pale ale style along the lines of Bell’s Two-Hearted Ale. Our first batch was ready just in time for Cedar Joaquin’s entry into the world.

Here’s the label artwork I designed for it. The color matches the little guy’s nursery. The kangaroo imagery goes with the name.

Thanks.

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