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Hired Guns Creative - Arcus Driftwood Brewery

" For Driftwood Brewery's new Arcus Pilsner, named after the Latin word for both an archer’s bow and the arc of the sun, we created a Sun Goddess, firing her golden rays down from the sky."

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Hired Guns Creative - The Last Aurochs For Driftwood Brewery

" For Driftwood Brewery’s new Weizenbock, we decided to illustrate an aurochs (an extinct ancestor of modern cattle), putting a spin on the traditional goat illustrations featured on most bocks, while retaining a subliminal connection to the beer style by speaking in a similar design language."

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Hired Guns Creative - Venatrix Framboise

" For Venatrix Framboise, Driftwood Brewery's new addition to their Bird of Prey series of sour beers, we decided to embody the cute-aggressive character of a raspberry in a quirky illustration of a screech owl, her expression equal parts menacing and irresistible."

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Hired Guns Creative - Clodhopper for Driftwood Brewery

"For our rebrand of Driftwood Brewery's Clodhopper, a Belgian-style Dubbel with barley grown and malted locally by artisan maltster Mike Doehnel, we decided on a typographic approach with strong familial resemblance to Pilsner Doehnel and Blackstone Porter."

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Hired Guns Creative - Latus Sour Ale

" When through the piercing quiet preyed upon by red-tailed Death, descending as the bloodied sun soars down on its meridian, He pierces, and in piercing makes undone his prey, 'til flesh and blood be carrion, and bone be trophy, carried on to perchèd throne – From Talon unto Talon, thrives Oblivion!

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Hired Guns Creative - Naughty Hildegard Driftwood Brewery

"For our redesign of Driftwood's Naughty Hildegard, an ESB named in honour of Benedictine abbess Hildegard Von Bingen, we decided to focus on her famed discovery of hops as a preservative in beer by using a classic, contemplative pose, reminiscent of religious iconography, and paying special attention to colour design as a way to draw the viewer's attention from Hilde's gaze to her hand."

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