Crooked Fork Brewery
This new brewery and tap room in northern Chicago gets its name from a corkscrew-like fork invented by one of the founders, made to hold savory herbs while eating. This unusual approach to, and emphasis on, flavor is a big part of the beers themselves, yet there is a traditional element to them as well. The logo is similarly clean but classic, and marries well with the old warehouse space that the brewery/restaurant occupies, which will be a modernized update of the workmanlike, brick building.
This project is still under development, but we’re having a lot of fun with it. Like making the business cards look like little coasters (last image.)