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What is the exact name you would like in your logo?

Cask and Crate

What is your industry?

Food and Beverage

What are the top 3 things you would like to communicate through your logo?

Hip, retro, unique. Cask and Crate is a craft beer and wine store featuring a cafe and tasting room. Our down to earth store & cafe will offer an intentionally limited number of hand selected wines from smaller wineries. Only wines that weve personally tasted and recommend because of their excellent quality and value will earn a spot on our shelves. Our huge selection of craft beers coupled with our friendly knowledgeable staff will thrill lovers of beer making them instant fans. Our cafe and outdoor patio will allow customers to enjoy a glass of wine or sample any of our 700 plus bottles of beer in a comfortable non-pretentious atmosphere. Well negotiate special buys on certain beers and wines from our distributors and create even more fans by passing on our savings. Our customers are people who enjoy better quality beer and wine and though they are often willing to pay more for it, they wont have to, because Cask and Crate just made great beer and wine affordable again.

What logo styles do you like (image + text, image only, text only, etc.)

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The logo needs to be cool. If people wouldn't pay money to get a tee-shirt with our logo on it... it's not the right logo. People should want to wear our tee shirts, buy our logo'd pint glasses and buy our wood beer crates & wine gift boxes with our logo that tells the person receiving the gift that this beer or wine is special.

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I want to have a late 1930's to late 1940's vibe. Not Art Deco though. This is the post prohibition era where people no longer had to go to a speak easy for a beer and breweries in America started to spring up all across the country. this was before the consolidation of breweries. there were hundreds if not thousands of mostly smaller breweries. It was not just BUD, Coors and Miller. Beer had integrity. Beer was packaged in wooden crates not cardboard boxes and delivered to stores in beer trucks and "panel vans" or "panel trucks".

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