Beer Label Line Break

Frequently Asked Questions

Product

What are the print dimensions?
The print dimensions depend on the state, see each product page for print dimensions.

What are the frame dimensions?

The frame dimensions depend on the state, see each product page for exact frame dimensions.  The frame is 1 ¼” wide, has a height of ¾” and a rabbet of ½”.  There is a ¼” frame overlap of the print making the visible portion of the print ¼” less on all sides of the print.

What paper quality is used in the print?

We use LexJet Sunset Cotton Etching paper.  This 285 gsm (gram per square meter) paper has  a slightly textured surface and a special matte coating that supports detail, rich blacks, and exceptional color reproduction.  The base paper is a combination of 25% cotton linters and 75% alpha cellulose (high-grade, acid-free/lignin-free wood pulp).

What material is the frame made of?

The frame is made of eco-friendly Bonanza wood, which is comprised of 100% post-consumer recycled wood product, is a type of MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard).  We use a frame-grade acrylic glazing and offer frames in matte black and American walnut finishes.  The frame comes with a plexi-glass pane covering the print in addition to a dust cover backing and wire hanger.

What ink is used on the print?

We print using pigment based inks.

Do the framed prints come with a wire hanger and mounting hardware.

Yes, they also include a dust cover backer.

What breweries are used in the collage?

For a list of breweries used in the prints for each state visit our Breweries page.  Only breweries that meet the Brewers Association’s definition of craft beer are used in the designs.

How do I flatten the prints?

The best way to flatten the rolled prints is by first unrolling a portion of the print and placing a couple flat heavy objects such as books on the first two unrolled corners.  Next you will need to carefully unroll the rest of the print making sure the protective papers are not removed (There are two protective sheets of paper used, a thicker outside sheet and a thinner inside sheet).  Once this is done you will need to add objects to the last two corners and possibly the middle.  You will want to leave the print like this for at least 24 hours.  Make sure you wash your hands to remove any oils from your skin before handling the prints.

Orders and Shipping

What is the Common Cask shipping and return policy?

Shipping and return policy is laid out in our Shipping and Returns page.

Does Common Cask ship to a P.O. Box or an APO/PPO?

Currently we do not ship to APO/PPO addresses.

Where is my order?

We will send you a confirmation email after your order is processed and again when your product has shipped.  To track your shipment you will need to input your tracking number in the Tracking section of the our Shipping and Returns page.

Where can I buy Common Cask?

Currently Common Cask products are exclusively sold online, but we are working with some breweries to sell the prints and framed prints in select brewery taprooms.

Do you ship internationally?

We do not currently ship internationally.

Do you ship to Alaska or Hawaii?

Currently we only ship within the contiguous United States because of the cost of shipping.  If you really really want a California print email me at info@commoncask.com and we can talk.  

Do you sell wholesale?

Please contact us at info@commoncask.com if you would like to discuss wholesaling Common Cask products. 

What payment methods do you accept?

We accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover credit cards.  We also accept payments via PayPal.

Is my order/personal information secure?

We take extensive measure to keep your order and personal information secure.  Please see our Privacy Policy page for detailed information.

Do you offer returns?
We are working through the logistics necessary for offering returns but currently do not offer returns.  All sales are final.

Breweries

How can I get my brewery’s labels on a collage?

Please visit the Brewers Information page to view the guidelines to have your breweries labels featured in Common Cask designs.

Can any brewery be part of the collage?

At a minimum breweries need to meet the Brewers Associations definition of craft as seen here.  If you meet this definition you are likely to be accepted for Common Cask designs.

Company

Why the name Common Cask?

Visit the bottom of our About page.

How can I contact Common Cask?

You can contact Common Cask by emailing us at info@commoncask.com.

Where are Common Cask prints and framed prints made?

Common Cask prints and framed prints are made in the United States.  Our products are designed in California and produced in Oregon.

Where do I send press requests?

Please send press requests to info@commoncask.com.