I understand moving collaborators' brewery's names to Notes & that is helpful, given that a brewery's name is not to be a part of its beer's name. Fair dinkum. BUT, why CAN't style be a part of the name? Redundancy? Perhaps. F'rinsCANce: "XYZ IPA" with Style as "AmeriCAN IPA". Okay, I'm down with just "XYZ" as its name. OTOH, using Two Bandits BC's "Black Shadow" ( https://www.beeradvocate.com/beer/profile/48639/354440/?ba=woodychandler#review ) as a VERY recent example, the label on the CAN in the approved pic clearly reads: "Black Shadow Chocolate Milk Stout". What is the harm in a full name? Plus it is currently mis-identified, as a result, as an AmeriCAN Stout when the brewery is calling it a Milk Stout! Are we seCANd-guessing the breweries now or is it simply a case of not enough info? One of the best SuppOs for whom I worked advised me, "In Logistics, Petty Officer ChANdler, nobody is getting dunned for TOO MUCH information. It is when TOO LITTLE is provided that the trouble begins." This site, at base, is all about logistics. I feel that it needs to be more forthcoming in its naming policy with an eye towards more is more, not less is more. J/S w/my $0.02.