Oregon

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Oregon is a consistent leader in the U.S. for craft beer whether it’s the number of breweries per capita, the percentage of dollars spent on craft beer, or the economic impact per capita by Oregon’s breweries.  This design showcases the independence and uniqueness of each craft brewery in Oregon as well as the unity of independent craft beer.

 

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Our pieces are professionally made here in the United States.  We use high quality materials to produce a work of art that looks great from your home to the local tap room.

Materials

Fine Art Paper

We use fine art paper with a slight texture and a velvet matte coating.  This paper is heavy, coming in at 285 grams per square meter. Compare that to your household printing paper which comes in at 80 gsm.

Detailed Printing

We use the latest in modern printing technology and print with pigment based inks to produce long lasting and high detail prints.  You could spend hours pouring over the details in each of the labels.

Common Cask framed american walnut print corner

Hand Crafted

Our frames are handmade and assembled here in the United States. Elves in a workshop couldn’t make a better frame.

BonanzaWood

Our frames are made using BonanzaWood, an eco friendly engineered wood composite.  

Finishes

We offer frames in two finishes, black and American walnut.

Dimensions

26" Wide x 34 ½" Tall

Frame Width: 1¼" | Frame Height: ¾"

24" Wide x 32 ½" Tall

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Made in the United States

Common Cask products are designed and crafted here in the United States.  Many of the materials used in the making of our products are not only made here but the raw materials they use are also sourced in the United States.

Designs from Craft Breweries

Common Cask designs have one core characteristic.  Each label used in the design has come from an independent craft brewery located in California.  Some beer may seem to resemble craft beer, but in reality they are owned by a much larger brewery.  To stay true to craft, we only use labels from breweries that meet the Brewers Associations definition of craft.  In short an American craft brewer is small, traditional and independent.