Every Friday we raise a glass to celebrate some of the best new boozy bottles to hit store shelves. We’ve never felt disheartened to see the week fly by, but these retro designs have us wishing it were Thursday so we could #tbt in style. But vintage vibes make for a classy happy hour no matter what day of the week it is—especially from brews that are as bittersweet as our nostalgia.

Twin Peaks Brewing Co., by Tractorbeam
Instead of crass depictions of sexy ladies selling beer, we’re taking inspiration from legendary pin-up painter Gil Elvgren’s works to bring our aluminum cans to never-before-seen heights of glamour. And any gal can appreciate an extra dose of spunk via swooping typefaces and witty taglines.
(Via The Dieline)

Oast House, by Insite
We had no idea what “farm pop” would look like when we first heard the term, but Insite has managed to elegantly translate the oddball phrase to a polished design. Contemporary yet rustic, the unlikely duo of bold, loopy type and off-whites and bleached red palette complete the barn-raising vibe. Lumberjack axe sold separately.
(Via Packaging of the World)

Prescription Pilsner, by Peter Jostrand
Although this pilsner takes a page from old-school pharmaceuticals, there’s nothing bitter about this sweet packaging (and it goes down way smoother than any Rx). The medical-chic vibe (guess that’s a thing now) channels the head-to-toe white nurse uniforms of yesteryear, offset by saturated hues that artfully avoid any dusty and sterile references.
(Via Packaging of the World)

1936 Cuvée Collector Gabriel Meffre House, by Arome
Suit (or dress) up before popping open this elegantly embossed label, and let’s elevate our wine habit with the beauty of of a classic Broadway show poster. The richness of the animated-yet-stately type and the decadent paper stock has us ready for a evening of theater—even if we actually end up parked in front of Netflix.
(Via Packaging of the World)