1st Annual OFB Super Bowl Beer Design Awards.

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OFB lifestyle, Pics that inspire design, Fast Web Design School } by Ben Jenkins (OFB Founder) | Comments (0)

Introducing the most classy, and biased, design awards in recent memory. Awards were presented at today's OFB super bowl party. Winners determined in the Duncan's beer and wine stop near my house. Winners were graciously purchased and drank up.
Best new design on a white can design - Old Milwaukee
Best  Design by a beer with great TV ads - Miller High Life
Best Texas Beer Design - Shiner Bohemiam Black Lager

Congratulations to the graphic designers who created the packaging for these beers. We have no idea who or where you are. But you did a great job.
Cheers son.



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