Canyonlands Confluence Whiskey
Canyonlands Confluence Whiskey for Moab Brewery, designed by Camille Myhre DeGabrielle.
Canyonlands, Confluence, Whiskey, Moab brewery
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Canyonlands Confluence Whiskey

Graphic, Illustration

In 1869, John Wesley Powell and company navigated the Green River to the confluence of the Colorado. The force of these two rivers carved the beauty of Canyonlands. “There’s something about this place,” some say. The two mighty rivers merge where green and red waters blend and become the bloodline for the West.


Our whiskey is made with pure Colorado plateau water and 100% barley, then aged in a variety of new and used charred American oak barrels for a two-year minimum. Like the confluence of the rivers, we straight blend our barrels to make a spirit that is bold and complex with notes of malt, warm caramel, and spice. – Moab Distillery


Quanta Studio used the notes of malt, warm caramel and spice to drive the color palette for this label – creating an earthy label that nods to the history of the West. The canyonlands were hand drawn and vectorized for a scalable design.