The Art of Beermaking with Bissell Brothers Brewing Company

The Art of Beermaking with Bissell Brothers Brewing Company

If you’ve been to the beer aisle at the grocer’s recently, you’ve seen a whole gallery worth of eclectic art and design on the cans and labels. But who are the artists that create this colorful work for these breweries? Bissell Brothers Brewing invites PMA Contemporaries to their tasting room on Thompson’s Point to meet some of the artists who have created the work shown on their cans, tasting room, and promotional materials. Naturally, you’ll also be encouraged to sample the latest and finest beers on tap, and Locally Sauced will be on hand to offer light fare. The PMA Contemporaries and Bissell Brothers Brewing is an exquisite pairing you’ll find only in Portland, and we hope you’ll join us for this special event.

Sunday, September 22
4 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Space is limited and registration is required.
Open only to current Contemporaries members.
Tickets are $30.00 per person.

Online ticket sales have closed.
Tickets are still available for purchase at the door. 
 
Meet the artists

Hugh McCormick
Hugh designed the Milo tasting room's logo and has done murals and design for many restaurants and breweries in Portland.

Sam Dunning
Sam has designed can and bottle lables.

Mike Hammecker
Mike did much of the work on the tasting room walls.

Bret Labelle
Bret did the Lucent label and he also did the floral piece on the wall above the tasting room's mezzanine.

David Connor
David is a block print artist, his prints are for sale in the tasting room. He also designed some merchandise for Bissell Brothers.

Heidi Geist
Heidi is the founder of 48 Beer Project and has worked with Bissell since the beginning. She is behind multiple can designs.

Nico Lebarge
Nico is the in-house artist. She designed multiple can and bottle labels as well as original artwork for promotional posters.

 

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