18 Massachusetts Craft Beers With Awesome Labels

March 13, 2014 6:35 AM

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(Photo by Juergen Schwarz/Getty Images)

(Photo by Juergen Schwarz/Getty Images)

Day of Doom (Photo from Mystic Brewery)

Day of Doom (Photo from Mystic Brewery)

13. Mystic Brewery “Day of Doom”

The great-great-great (and so-on) grandfather of Mystic’s founder, Michael Wigglesworth wrote a long ranting Puritan poem called “The Day of Doom,” in which he ranted about just about everything — except beer. This mystical dark and heavy beer also bills itself as perfect for the end of days.

Fisherman's Brew (Photo from: Cape Ann Brewing)

Fisherman’s Brew (Photo from: Cape Ann Brewing)

14. Cape Ann Brewing “Fisherman’s Brew”

Based in Gloucester, this label hits at the heart of the community – a fishing community for many generations.

Be Hoppy (Photo from Wormtown Brewing)

Be Hoppy (Photo from Wormtown Brewing)

15. Wormtown Brewing “Be Hoppy”

Seriously, how can you not smile at a beer label with a big yellow smiley face on it? Insider tip: the brew itself is amazing, too.

English Style Porter (Photo from Lefty's Brewing Co)

English Style Porter (Photo from Lefty’s Brewing Co)

16. Lefty’s Brewing Company “English Style Porter”

This one features an adorable puppy and a purple king’s crown. What more can you ask for in a beer label?

Beach Road Nut Brown Ale (Photo from Offshore Ale Co)

Beach Road Nut Brown Ale (Photo from Offshore Ale Co)

17. Offshore Ale Company “Beach Road Nut Brown Ale

Buoy is a fun word to say… especially after a few drinks. Studying this label is sure to lead to some ridiculous conversations.

Kiwi Rising (Photo from Jack's Abby)

Kiwi Rising (Photo from Jack’s Abby)

18. Jack’s Abby “Kiwi Rising”

The label on this award-winning brew looks as good as it tastes, featuring a bird in a hot air balloon.

"That's What She Said" (Photo from Tree House Brewing Company)

“That’s What She Said” (Photo from Tree House Brewing Company)

Honorable Mention: Tree House “That’s What She Said Milk Stout”

Tree House comes in as the honorable mention here with it’s “That’s What She Said Milk Stout.” The beer itself doesn’t have an official label (that we know of), but We’re anticipating and hoping that some day it will. And if that happens, we’re certain it will be amazing.

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