All 24 of the Locally Designed Beer Labels on Village Brewery's 2017 Village Square Winter Variety Pack

A collaboration between Market Collective and Village Brewery, the bottle labels in this pack feature designs by Alberta artists. The winter variety pack launches on November 1.



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Enjoy some local artwork and photography with your next beer from Village Brewery. The local brewery recently teamed up with Market Collective to showcase the designs of local artists on the bottle labels of this year's Village Square Winter Variety Pack. 

There are 24 Alberta artists whose work is featured on the bottle labels, including Mandy StoboJason BlowerKim Smith, Katie Green and more. The labels showcase a range of artistic styles, and prove that the outside of a beer bottle can be just as good looking as its contents are tasty.

Each variety pack comes with 12 bottles of beer, featuring Village Brewery's Blonde, Blacksmith, Neighbour and Bobby beers.

The winter variety pack is launching on November 1, and will be available in liquor stores that currently carry Village beer. There will also be an official launch event at Village Brewery (5000 12A St. S.E.) on November 1 from 2 to 5 p.m.

villagebrewery.com; marketcollective.ca

 

Here are the 24 locally designed bottle labels you could find on your beer

 

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This bottle label was designed by AdrianMartinus (@adrianmartinus).

 

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This bottle label was designed by AS Ceramics (@as.ceramics).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Bec Kilpatrick (@beckil_).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Caitlin Bodewitz (@cmbprintworks).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Camp Brand Goods (@campbrandgoods).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Chris Pecora (@chrispecora).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Cory Nespor (@corynespor).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Daniel J. Kirk (@danieljkirk).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Elyse Bouvier (@elysebouvier).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Gypsy Skulls (@gypsyskulls).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Jarett Sitter (@deepcuts).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Jason Blower (@jasonblower).

 

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This bottle label was designed by John F. Gerrard (@jfgerrard).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Katie Green (@katiegreenart).

 

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This bottle was designed by Kiarra Albina (@kiarraalbina).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Kim Smith (@kimillustration).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Lindsay Derer (@artbylindser).

 

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This bottle was designed by Mandy Stobo (@badportraits)

 

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This bottle label was designed by Matt Lowden (@mattlowden).

 

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This bottle label was designed by North Birch Grove (@northbirchgrove).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Philip Kanwischer (@philipkanwischer).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Plant (@plantshopyyc).

 

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This bottle label was designed by The Paper Love Co. (@paperloveco).

 

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This bottle label was designed by Van Charles Art (@vancharlesart).


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