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TapWerks Ale House unveils new logo

Nick Trougakos Published: May 3, 2013

TapWerks Ale House, the host of the annual Oklahoma Craft Beer Festival, today posted its new logo on social media. As you can see, it’s quite a departure/update from the old logo.

TapWerks General Manager Greg Powell said the bar sought the help of a local graphic design agency. Powell said the previous logo was “old and tired,” and they sought a modern update.

The logo represents a traditional English crest, with tap handles at top and what Powell describes as a blend between a bison and griffin at the bottom. The next step will be to have signage made for the Bricktown bar, 121 E Sheridan Ave.

I think the crest would look great on a T-shirt. What do you think? Thumbs up or down?


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