First, a while back Victory changed the name and art of their "Yakima Twilight" to "Yakima Glory":
Victory Brewing has changed the name of Yakima Twilight to Yakima Glory. From what we’ve seen over the past year, there’s normally a second brewery (and lots of contention) involved in these things. The brewery won’t say what’s behind the change though I believe (I’m speculating) that this case is no different from the others. A quick search through the TESS database shows that Deschutes Brewery has a trademark for Twilight Ale. Coincidence? Whatever led to the change, it looks like things were resolved behind quietly behind closed doors. More importantly, regardless of what the label says, the beer will be in stores in November.What he said. Intellectual property is a bigger and bigger deal in craft beer, and it looks like this one was resolved amicably (if there was actually a dispute). I'm sure I'll have a lot more of this stuff to write about next year.
The label didn't change except for the name, but since we're looking at it: Typically excellent design by Victory. Radiating complementary waves around a hop, with smooth green outlines. Lots of movement, but everything's easy to read and the label suggests the soft, strong malty character of the beer.
More victory, this time with the barrel-aged version of their Storm King Stout, the Dark Intrigue:
Okay, last one is Troegs Perpetual IPA, via Jack Curtin: