There’s a lot to love about this timeless drink. From the different labels and flavors, to the ways it can be enjoyed, whiskey is not just for connoisseurs.
Although its origins are debated until today, the amber drink became popular in Scotland and Ireland sometime in the 15th century. It was processed in monasteries for medicinal purposes, but eventually moved to the general public when many of the monks were dispersed by King Henry VIII.
Nowadays, anyone of legal age can find a blend that they like. While some folks would suggest you drink yours neat (with a couple drops of water, no ice), nothing is set in stone. Enjoy your whiskey mixed during a night out with friends. Or pour it over some ice in celebration of a promotion.
No matter how you like your whiskey, it’s an enduring drink that goes beyond borders. These whiskey fonts are proof how this classic has seeped into all aspects of our culture – from gastronomy to design.
Vintage Whiskey Fonts
1. Gibsons Regular
If you are looking for an attractive whiskey font Gibson provides 20 fonts in one package. Looks nice on labelling, logos, business cards, and corporate branding.
Lansdowne is a vintage all-caps whiskey font with a classic blend of clean and vintage themes. Featuring 470+ glyphs to give you a strong, sharp, yet clean feel without losing its vintage/classic touch.
3. The Farmer
The Farmer is a Textured ultra condensed whiskey font that includes 3 styles and iconic alternates, giving aesthetic diversity. This modern, yet rugged vibe is great for hipsters, beverages, and coffee shops.
4. The Northwest
Northwest is a vintage Sans-serif whiskey font, Inspired by Vintage Wild west culture and combining with modern vintage touch. An All-Caps Sans Serif pairing with a Clean, Rounded & textured version of each.
This-all-caps offering from Dikas Studio is available in Regular and Spurs styles, along with swashes and special characters to make your works stand out.
Remark is a beautiful and sophisticated serif typeface inspired by the Ancient Roman Empire. The font’s bold and sharp edges demand the reader’s attention, which makes it perfect for commanding designs. Remark is best suitable for headings, quotes, posters, tshirts, branding, websites, labels, invitations, packaging, stationery, novels, and much more. If communication is your goal, then this font is perfect for you.
Built to last like the creations of our forefathers, this font family from Jeremy Dooley contains everything you could ever ask for in a font pack: 48 strong fonts, over 550 glyphs per font, plus multi-language support.
10. Aurora Script
Andrey Sharonov offers you this calligraphy-inspired vintage typeface that’s as alluring as it is functional.
11. VV Typeface Collection
Featuring 18 fonts and 6 premium lettering templates, Vintage Voyage D.S. gives you multiple type families that work harmoniously well together – for a fraction of the cost.
12. TT Octas
A narrowly proportioned font family that comes in octagonal forms, it’s an instant classic no matter where you decide to use them. Created by TypeType.
13. Cognac Font
14. Black No.7
Influenced by the famous Tennessee whiskey logo from 1866, Typocalypse brings to you a multipurpose font – for the price of a bottle Tennessee Whiskey.
15. Oatmeal Stout
Hustle Supply Co. presents a versatile product that comes in 5 beautiful styles for all your branding needs.
16. Oak Barrel
18. Absinthe Label
Featuring 6 styles you can layer over the other, this set is as strong and as dynamic as the drink it’s named after.
19. Bourbon House
These serif all-caps letters will look amazing as big, bold titles and headers, as well as on posters and logos. The pack comes with 4 bonus vector vintage frames that complement the lettering perfectly.
20. Vintage Label Whiskey Style Font
With two lovely styles to pick from – Regular and Textured – your posters, labels, logos, and titles, will never look the same way again.
21. Gibson Script
Whether you’re gunning for an elegant modern appeal or a rough vintage vibe, you can count on this type collection to have exactly what you’re searching for.
22. The Apothecary Collection
Inspired by classic medicine and druggists books, labels and signboards, Bart Wesolek has created a collection that’s not only functional, but also gorgeous.
23. Moonshine Font
24. The Bartender Collection
You’ll never have to worry about finding the right font again. Vintage Voyage D.S. offers this collection that features beautiful pressed serif style fonts for vintage designs, and sans fonts for modern projects.
25. Whisky Trail Font
If you can’t wait to get started on your next design projects, let this product from Vozzy Vintage Fonts motivate you with their set of 7 beautiful fonts, plus 10 t-shirt designs as well as a 3D whiskey bottle mockup.
26. Bulges Layered
Be as creative as you like when you use this layered typeface with bonus ornaments from Libertype.
27. Amber Taste
This kit by Gleb Guralnyk has everything you need to begin creating elegant alcohol product designs. It contains fonts, a label, and a brandy bottle mockup!
28. Vhiena Layered Type 2.0
With 8 fonts that you can mix and match, this layered type from Ryan Prasetya and Thirteen Studio will give you endless possibilities in terms of form and function.
29. Java Heritages
Inspired by vintage signage, Heybing Supply Co. brings you this gem that contains not only a multi-layered type family, but also bonus ornaments and badges to complete your projects.
30. Whiskey Font
With fonts that were simply made for each other, this set comes with the perfect mix of rough and clean characters that will look dashing on your posters, headlines, web pages, social media posts, and more.
31. Rough Antiqua
Fractal Font Factory proudly presents this elegant sans that includes 4 styles, plus a bottle mockup in .AI format.
33. Rajjah Familia
Don’t be put off by this Gothic script from Creativemedialab. With 4 lovely styles that remain legible no matter the size, you can easily use this in anything, from tattoo designs to apparel.
35. Brooks Vintage
Inspired by vintage alcohol labels, packages, and old signboards, Harry Kasyanov recommends you use this old-fashioned font family for your book covers, product labels, logos, headlines, and more.
For those looking for value, then you won’t regret purchasing this pack by Vintage Type Co. With three different yet complementary fonts in serif, script, and display serif, you can have fun mixing and matching to suit your needs.