It is tough to say what’s obscene. Judging from the past several labels on this blog, it will be tough to say any new label is too obscene to be approved. The above label is from OC Custom Wine of Anaheim, California.Continue Reading Leave a Comment
Manly Parts and Booze, Part 6
The time is drawing near, to wind down this series. I am sure there are a great many more examples, further to this theme. Perhaps the readers will point to a few more. All of the above have something in common, and it should be pretty obvious. The first label is from Arcadia Brewing of Battle Creek, Michigan. The second label is from Vaz Brothers of Lodi, California. The third label is from Arcadian Winery of Lompoc, California.Continue Reading Leave a Comment
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Manly Parts and Booze, Part 5
Distinctive liquor bottle indeed. Here is Popsy, complete with the 17c distinctive liquor bottle approval box checked off. This liqueur is made in Germany and imported by Import ANT Wines of Venice, Florida.Continue Reading Leave a Comment
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Manly Parts and Booze, Part 4
The people that set up the pre-market approval system for alcohol beverages probably did not anticipate that, sooner or later, it would come to this. Here is Erection Rum, imported by Data Commodities of Las Vegas, Nevada.Continue Reading Leave a Comment
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Manly Parts and Booze, Part 3
According to Wikipedia:
And, apparently, the same term may also refer to Morning Wood Pear Wine, made by Long Trout Winery of Auburn, Pennsylvania. Not to mention Morning Wood Wheat Beer brewed by Bullwinkles Grill of Dillon, Colorado.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morning_woodContinue Reading Leave a Comment
Manly Parts and Booze, Part 2
Wanker wine is bottled by OC Custom Wine, of Anaheim, California. We didn’t really expect to run into any alcohol beverages with a wanking theme, but they are not few. Way back in the 1990s, a series of Wanker beer labels went to market.https://bevlaw.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/05/wanker.jpgContinue Reading Leave a Comment