TORONTO, ON – Collective Arts Brewing, a project that aims to bring “the cultural influences of music, film and the arts” into the craft brewing world, has announced that the winning artists have been chosen for the fourth series of labels that will featured on bottles of the company’s beers.
Selected from more than 2,200 submissions from around the world, Collective Arts Series Four includes 80 labels featuring work by visual artists, musicians, filmmakers and photographers, with each label having an interactive component available via the Blippar smartphone app.
The new series of labels will start appearing soon on bottles of Rhyme & Reason Extra Pale Ale (5.7% abv, 55 IBUs), Saint of Circumstance Blonde Ale (4.7% abv, 19 IBUs), and State of Mind Session IPA (4.4% abv, 38 IBUs).
A launch party for the new series will be taking place next Thursday February 19th at The Garrison (1197 Dundas St. E., Toronto), featuring live performances by Series Four artists Say Yes, Tupper Ware Remix Party and Language Arts, and five Collective Arts beers on tap including the three mentioned above, Ransack the Universe Hemisphere IPA, and a new Brewmaster’s Test Batch Porter.
For more details or to RSVP, see the event listing on the Collective Arts website.