We had a great discussion last night regarding craft beer label art. Some of it is beautiful, some of it is effective, and some of it is baffling in its tone deaf offensiveness.
We weren’t able to crack the enigma of why some breweries think it wise to show blatantly pornographic images on their labels. In fact, most of us think that it hurts their image. Only the A-holish of the A-holes will gravitate towards that type of art, while most sensible people will stay clear of it.
We did talk about how it makes us feel, though, to see that. It’s obvious those breweries aren’t marketing to us. How do we react? Do we make a point to tell the breweries? Do we just not buy that beer?
We go over all of those options on this episode of Girls’ Pint In.
Come back to this page on Monday at 9:30 PM Eastern! We’ll be discussing label art that some might see as offensive or just plain tone deaf towards women.
Is it ok that the art made it past the label approvers?
Should we just not buy the beer, or should we actively engage the brewery regarding the artwork?
What is some of the artwork that we find offensive?
Lola and Linda talk about their most anticipated beers of 2015, including new releases from Founders and Boulevard Brewing.
Girls Pint In – Ep03 – Special Guests: Carla Companion and Lola Lariscy.
Girls Pint In – Episode 2. Special Guest: Heather McReynolds from Sixpoint Brewery
Q: What do you get when you cross intelligent women with craft beer?
A: Great conversation and a lot of laughs.
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