Photography: Grand Teton Brewing Co.

The labels on craft beer bottles and tap handles reflect their place as much as the beer itself.

As handcrafted and artisanal as micro-beer can be, so it goes with the labels that adorn the beer’s tap handle, can, or glass bottle. The greater the impression, the better chance the brewery has that a consumer pauses to check out the beer and purchase it. The label is the face of the beer. It does more than tell consumers the name of the producer. Well-designed packaging can also convey a sense of place and purpose on the part of the craft brewery. That's true of breweries located across the American West.

Below, we’ve collected a smattering of Western-inspired craft beer labels that should add a little fun to your day.

Photography: Grand Teton Brewing Co.
Photography: Grand Teton Brewing Co.
Photography: Payette Brewing Co.
Photography: Montana Brewing Company
Photography: Montana Brewing Company
Photography: Montana Brewing Company
Photography: Lewis & Clark Brewing Co.
Photography: Lewis & Clark Brewing Co.
Photography: Wasatch Brewing Co.
Photography: Wasatch Brewing Co.

 

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