You’ll love checking out the art on these beer cans almost as much as you will drinking their contents.
This hazy IPA from Block 15 features artist Chris Herbst’s hand-drawn mountain and wave stoke-scape.
Prairie Ales’ Rainbow Sherbert can is loud and bright just like the surprisingly tasty sour contained inside.
The purple break dancing cartoon on Melvin’s Back in Da Haze IPA will brighten up your fridge along with its chuckle-worthy “hop and lock it” tagline.
The mixed media art on Field Work’s west coast IPA makes us want to go mountaineering.
You’ll have a hard time recycling this handsome bear painted by Oregon-based artist Erik Abel, but you won’t have a hard time drinking the amber inside it.
We are officially on a mission to find a real-life version of the extremely rad serape shirt featured on this Mexican lager-style can from 21st Amendment.
This can of Pilsner features artwork so beautiful and surreal you can get lost in the design as you sip the refreshing light beer inside.
We have no idea what is going on in the art on this can, but we love it—along with the laugh-out-loud name on this gluten-free IPA.
This design from modern times is somehow both subdued and stunning. This kind of art belongs in a museum.