A Beer for Jesus

The Cutler Bay Brewing Company produces what I’m told is very delicious beer. It’s home-grown for now and not for sale anywhere.

Perhaps even better than the beer are the bottle labels. Here’s one of their latest:

There’s one reason to wish heaven actually existed, yes?

The other labels are funny, too, but likely NSFW.

I’m a fan of the Oktoberfest one :)

(Thanks to Todd for the link!)

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  • Jim Thompson

    In the great tradition of the monks

  • http://chaoskeptic.blogspot.com Iason Ouabache

    Reminds me of the Jesus Juice wine that had Michael Jackson on the label. These guys need to hire a better graphic designer though.

  • revyloution

    I brew at home here and those labels make me sad I outgrew bottling.

    When you first get into homebrew, you make small batches and then spend hours cleaning and prepping bottles. Most brewers that stick with it eventually buy equipment to do kegging.

    I do miss those days of designing my own labels tho.

  • http://religiouscomics.net Jeff P

    Perhaps the real Jesus also home brewed. Perhaps that how the “turning water into wine” stories developed.

  • kevbo

    As long as we are on the subject of beer, check out these. I am particularly fond of the Polygamy Porter and the Evolution Ale.


    After all, like it says, “Why Have Just One!”

  • http://www.belovedspear.org Beloved Spear

    It is, as the good Mr. Thompson notes, one of the most noble of monastic vocations. One doesn’t need to be a Jesus person to appreciate the fruits of our Trappist brethren.

  • Ron in Houston

    If heaven exists it’s bound to taste like a good beer.

  • dan

    The only saving grace of the Catholic Church is they do love a beer.

  • http://hoverfrog.wordpress.com hoverfrog

    Hmmm beer.

    There is something about alcohol in the divine…maybe that should read the other way around.

  • http://atheistsanswer.wordpress.com/ Jeff Hope

    I’ve always enjoyed the He’Brew beers from Smaltz Brewing Company:
    Messiah Bold, Genesis Ale, Jewbelation


  • http://thinkingforfree.blogspot.com Theo Bromine

    Here’s one of my favourites: http://www.unibroue.com/products/maudite.cfm

    (“Maudite” is French for “damned”)

    Also, Terry Pratchett fans will like this one:

  • http://www.UnMailBlog.wordpress.com Tyler in SoCal

    I think he needs a graphic designer. Those are about as ugly as it gets.