Lumpy Ridge Feather
This is our main symbol and you can find it on most all of our branding. Along the spine of the feather is Lumpy Ridge as seen from the brewery's prospective. If your hip to the area or you're an avid climber, you will be able to pick out some main features of the ridge.
Meditating Saaz x-tra Pale Ale
There is a man in the town of Estes Park with casts of what he believes to be sasquatch prints. I also boasted of a print I saw on the back side of the very ridge we are named after. I took this claim back after analyzing a bear print over whiskey one evening. Believer or not, I liked to picture sasquatch perched on the wind carved rocks of Lumpy Ridge, staring down into town, imagining what it would be like to walk and exist amongst us.
Lime Lion Wheat
The head brewer is part of a community in south west Jamaica and I myself have community service experience in that magical place. The love for the cuisine and reggae runs deep with this crew. That's why we sprinkled some Rasta into our Lime Lion Wheat.
Dirty Face IPA
Dirty Face was the childhood nickname of Nick Smith, the owner and head brewer of Lumpy Ridge Brewing Company. It only made sense that he would be on the label of his delicious IPA.
Nate Weber, another fine brewer and member of the collected good was a crane helicopter operator in a previous life. He's fought fires from California to Australia from the air. His home at the base of Lumpy Ridge was home to some of the original recipes for Lumpy Ridge, including his Brown. Nate is also the proud own of chickens and constructed one of the coolest chicken coops you've ever seen (I have to put that in there, other wise the inclusion of the chicken picture is wildly confusing)
OGGS FM altbier
Another of the Lumpy Ridge brewers is Todd, a.k.a OGG. He is a retired engineer, and the hardest working man in Estes Park. He looks at the world through an engineers eyes and the man is a mad scientist in the brewery. OGG was his college nick name as well as his radio DJ handle. He's got a bad ass sprinter van and now he's got his face on a beer label.