Alcoholic Masterpieces: This Guy Recreates Famous Artwork By Adding Beer

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Scott Clendaniel is an art enthusiast and oil painter from Alaska who loves beer. In fact, he loves beer so much that he decided to add the yeast-fermented, malt-flavored, hops infused alcoholic beverage to famous paintings. In his own words he thought it would be both funny and a challenge.
Scott recreated the works of Monet, van Gogh and Salvador Dali just to name a few. His work has become so popular that he has opened his own Etsy store. If you love these recreated paintings, be sure to check out Scott’s store at etsy.com/shop/RealArtIsBetter.
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Ceci N’est Pas Une Pint. Inspired By René Magritte

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Inspired By Claude Monet. Pints At The Water Lily Pond

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The Starry Pint. Inspired By Vincent Van Gogh

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American Goblet. Inspired By Grant Wood

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Inspired By Salvador Dali. Pint Of Everlasting Effervescence

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The Sip. Inspired By Gustav Klimt

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Inspired By Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel Ceiling Mural — God’s Gift

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Whistler’s Mother Drinking A Pint

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The Pint Of Man. Inspired By René Magritte

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Andy Warhol Pints

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Piet Mondrian’s Pint

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Three Musicians… After Hours. Inspired By Pablo Picasso

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Inspired By Jackson Pollock

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Edvard Munch’s The Scream… Over An Empty Pint

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