Beautiful Beer: 10 Barrel Brewing By The Beautiful Design

10 Barrel Brewing Company is situated in one of the beer meccas of the American craft beer scene: the Pacific Northwest – truly a pristine place. Everything seems to be green, and wet.

The PNW is also a huge hop growing region. So much so that Washington state’s Yakima Valley accounts for close to 75% of all hop acreage in the United States. Dank!

Anyway, 10 Barrel is in Bend, Oregon a quaint little town also home to Deschutes and a handful of other microbreweries. They recently needed to update their brand and present a concise look for all of their brews to the consumer. Enter Portland based design firm The Beautiful Design a.k.a. Chad DeWilde. With a bold typeface and a nearly monochromatic color palette, 10 barrel now has great labels to pair with what seems to be great beer. Check out the groovy tap handles below.

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J.S. Lewis

Beer advocate. Beer lover. Beer enthusiast. I also care for water.

One thought on “Beautiful Beer: 10 Barrel Brewing By The Beautiful Design”

  1. Hi Js Lewis,
    I know what you mean, Do you want to make your own beer at home? Now you can! Home beer making isn?t as hard as people make out. Its really simple to produce tasty beer that you can be happy with and really enjoy drinking. You will find a variety of brewing kits available that can help in this process. Sometimes the brewing instructions aren’t detailed enough, i really would advise getting a self-help guide to ensure you dont waste your dollars or get frustrated and quit.
    Keep up the good work
    William Spearman

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