Fingers on Blast!

Drink Collective Arts beer. It’s delicious.

Not only that, but this is a forward thinking, creative company made up of very awesome folks who definitely give a shit.  The first thing you will notice about Collective Arts are likely the labels.  The object is to take submissions from independent artists, designers, and now musicians to create the visual content.  This is contrary to what most beer companies would identify as what is important.  As opposed to strictly logos and maybe some mountains, Collective Arts easily have the most vivid and original looking beer products out there.  Their support of music and visual art is nothing short of inspiring, but more on that later.

The second thing that you will absolutely love from  Collective Arts is their incredible beer.  Luckily for us in Ontario, the Rhyme & Reason Pale Ale is becoming available at a whole bunch of LCBO’s. It never seems to last long, but once you finally get your hands on some, it will all make sense.  Everything.  Open up a nice cold Rhyme & Reason and everything that’s happened today that was frustrating or upsetting will seem much more clear.  It’s that good.

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Collective Arts Brewing