Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Beer Talk' started by jmgrub, Jun 6, 2013.
Judgment is acceptable as "judgment" or "judgement". Just sayin'.
Cinnamon is also spelled right.
3 Fonteinen Oude Geuze (Armand & Tommy)
MikeWard liked your post in the thread Beer Label Errors.
Coors Light had a label that something about "taste" on it.
Mar 29, 2013
From the top banner of a can of Bud:
This one is a mess
Shouldn't it be on Pliny? ZANG!
Mikkeller Mexas Ranger's label on the bombers says 11.2oz.
Didn't see that one coming... POW!
That's a little like complaining that some beers claim to be "biere".
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I once saw some macro lager with a typo. They put "Pils" on the label , obviously typing an "l" in place of an "s"
Yeah, I know those words well. Some dummy painted them with rollers back in the '70s on one of our local dam's spillway about 20' high. How creative. Anyway, I had to post that despite imitation being the sincerest form of flattery...
That's probably a TTB thing. The "A" doesn't cover you for "ale". We've had to put some pretty awkward phrases on some of our labels.
We misspelled "Evolution" in the copyright line on our first run of labels when we opened. No shit. It's amazing what gets overlooked when you're busy. It's only the name of the brewery, right?
That wasn't the misspelled word he was referring to, bro
They were pointing out punctuation and capitalization with that one.
really not going to beat that 'barell' one.
upland's recent take on the pre-prohibition champagne velvet was released with a bit of a typo near the bottom of the label. celebrating, became celerating. which, i suppose would be interesting depending on the celer.
wait, i mean, cellar.
"Little Something Something"?
Didn't the last release of Breakfast Stout have a typo on either the label or 4-pack holder (or both??)? I want to say it said flaked oaks instead of oats or something.
Is that bad spelling or bad grammar?
The mispelled word is "Tommy"--it should be "Tomme." I'd think my avatar would be a give away that I know there are multiple spellings for Gueuze/Geuze. Try your internet tough guy schtick again, bro.
Both chile and cinnamon are spelled correctly...
Spelling schmelling ISO darkest hour
Yeah, that'd be "Get me a beer from the frige." The folks at Lagunitas were clearly dreaming of beer during English class.
Ba hunahpu spelled barrel wrong on the label.
Who doesn't enjoy a blend of vanilla and cramel?
it's not that spoken language has evolved beyond written, it's that orthographic rules and linguistic rules neither overlap universally nor do they even derive from the same source (orthographic usually traditional and/or prescriptive, while linguistic rules arise from [see linguistics class, but it's neither tradition nor prescription]).
Every release has had that typo, actually.
Moylan's Hopsickle used to say "imerial" on the label, but it has since been corrected.
Haha yes that was it!
I wondered if anyone else had spotted (non-deliberate) spelling mistakes on labels like this one that I noticed while rearranging my beer fridge:
"BEGIAN" Style Imperial Stout anyone?!
That storm was so damn strong that it moved the "r" in New Jersey
says "Undead" Pale Ale but I think they meant "India."
i think my bottle shop still has some on the shelves. i'll check tonight when i'm in there.
Hill Farmstead 750mL growlers have a period in the middle of a sentence. The same sentence is correct on their 2L growlers.
As far as I know, Hair of the Dog's Fred and Fred from the Wood still have the word "Buoyant" misspelled (lower left of the dog)... although that's not a common/easy word to spell anyway...
No, they very much mean Undead. It's part of the marketing... Zombie... Apocalypse... Undead...
Also, I wouldn't call ZD an IPA. It's just a fairly hoppy pale ale.
That's a stylistic choice in remembrance to some obscure philosopher that you probably haven't heard of.
Are you sure this wasn't a truncation of accelerating? They were 'celerating the anniversary 'cuz they couldn't wait.