A collection of explanations that detail the city’s most compelling food and beverage logos and brands.
Their branding is among the most recognizable of BC's new wave of microbreweries. In this piece by Jamie Mah, its creator tells its story.
Stripped down, this particular India Pale Ale isn't as provocative as its namesake, but it's still pretty racy!
Look closely at the Spade logo and you might learn a little something about owner Sammy Piccolo's personal roots...
Backed by axes in a hard hat and some bush stubble, the guy on the label was a mystery to us so we tried to find out who he was...
"Hint: it has something to with an artist, shadow puppets and making cider illegally on the holy day." - co-owner Patrick Connelly.
As it turns out Callister Brewing's roots run deep in East Vancouver, with the co-founder's grandfather having lived under Callister Park.
We picked the brain of talented designer Justin Longoz to find out what keeps us reaching for Four Winds' beautiful tall cans.
Nemesis Coffee co-owner Jess Reno gives us the lowdown on the cafe's curious little logo that greets all who enter.
We suss out the story behind the beautiful geometric label design of one of our favourite local beers, Colour & Shape.
Twin Sails Brewing's owner Cody Allmin retails the beer-fueled inspiration behind their "High Socks" Mosaic IPA
Brassneck Brewery's Nigel Springthorpe explains how the Main Street company's most iconic image came to be.