A brewery’s artwork is a large part of its identity and for many a defining factor behind the craft beer brands we love.
Just as a movie’s poster or a band’s artwork is its defining introduction, a beer’s label can set the stage and the tone for what you’re drinking…And some of the artists behind them are being showcased by the Tate Modern in London.
The Tate, one of the UK’s most important and influential museums which is actually a network of four separate museums one being a national collection of modern art, has been hosting a series of beer and art events that celebrate both the drink and the artists that give these beer’s their vibe.
The BEER+ART series is an evening one-off beers and artwork from some of the leading craft breweries in the UK.
And on November 28 the Tate Modern will be presenting its final event for the year…
Curated by Pig’s Ear Beers, The BEER+ART series aims to explore how the artists behind a beer’s label, use design as a marketing tool, brand identity, and as art in its own right, by presenting the artist’s creations as both branded packaging and also a piece of independent artwork.
Both the brewers behind the one-off beers and the design artists involved will be on hand to explain what they do….And yes, there will be beer.
The following breweries will be participating in 2019’s final BEER+ART event:
Lost & Grounded
Expect a variety of big flavors and brews, street food and an array of brewery artwork on display throughout the evening…. And you can get tickets HERE.
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