Out of the 250+ pages of craft beer labels from the 100+ craft breweries in the CRAFT BEERDS book, there’s more Irish-ish / red-bearded labels than you can shake a shilialey at. These are a few favorites…
Spotted this vintage 1910 poster over the weekend and’ve been wondering … is one of ‘em a tranny? Where’s the girl? Notice how dastardly ‘staches and bladed weapons outnumber guns by a longshot (no pun intended).
For over a year we’ve collected, photographed and laid-out a beautiful book that celebrates all the best craft beer labels with beards, sideburns and moustaches on them—CRAFT BEERDS. Yes, there’s enough to fill a book.
This Saturday, 4.21 7–9 p.m., come by Heebe Jeebe Petaluma to see works by David Best, Jack Haye, Beau Bouverat, and more.
Beer donated generously by LAGUNITAS and art-auction proceeds supporting COTS Homeless of Petaluma. Here’s more info on NEST EGG:
“It’s only fitting that the egg capital of California host an exhibit exploring the beautiful, intricate structures that protect those delicate, little objects. NEST EGG is inspired by Petaluma’s heritage and brought to life by Petaluma’s artisans who are each given a hand carved wooden egg as their muse. Come down to HeebeJeebe to experience unexpected interpretations of the strength, whimsy, and ingenuity of the simple nest.“
Come to a free night of rare Chuck Sperry art, Lagunitas beer, and killer food.
All inside the very amazing, historical SF landmark we’re all trying to save—Firehouse 8.
Entrepreneurial SF artist Teresa Nittolo and crew have been putting everything they have into restoring, preserving, and turning the old Firehouse 8 building into a grand community arts center. But after so many fees from the SF Planning and Building Depts, not to mention the inherent headaches of a 1917 building, they’re needing some financial help—or the project won’t happen at all.