For the second year in a row, Rogue Ales & Spirits is celebrating its flagship beer with the ‘Paint the Can Dead’ campaign. Starting today, Rogue is challenging fans to create their own original Dead Guy inspired can art on a special edition blank white can. New this year, a panel of celebrity judges will pick the grand prize winner to receive a $2000 cash prize. Twenty-four weekly runner-up prizes will also be awarded throughout the competition.
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The oldest beer choir chapter in the country switched things up Sunday afternoon and turned into a cider choir.
The Atomic Chapter sang from 3pm to 5:30pm at Goose Ridge Estate Vineyards and Winery.
Via KEPR TV
These artists are taking beer art to a whole new level. They are using the beer itself to paint with, the cans, tabs, bottle and caps — you name it — to make their creations ranging from realistic to abstract, each bringing their own flavor to the artistic process. And just like the craft beer industry, it’s not just local, its global. These artists are from a wide range of places and found common ground in this unexpected material inspiration.