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It was a free font from the web. Do not remember the site. I have already used Identifont and WhatTheFont! to find it. All I have found is similar fonts. It is being used for a cooler sign. Please help me identifying this font. Look at the letter "R".

MICROBREWERY sample text

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    The wonkier the font, the more likely it exists up on Dafont. I'd peruse the options over there. – DA01 Jun 23 '15 at 15:59
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The font is called 400ML and is supposedly designed by Marco Terre

400ML

The original article for the font is not found: www.okilla.com/521/resource-typography-400ml-type/

However you can view a web archive of the font post.

TERMS OF USE:

You have the right to use the font for personal and commercial projects.

You DO NOT have the right to redistribute for free or for sale in any format without my prior consent.

You may NOT use my font in any software or apps without my prior consent.

The font and license can be found and downloaded here. https://github.com/nullgorithm/fonts/blob/master/400ml-type.zip

  • It's probably abandon-ware at this point. The only things that pops up are pintrest posts when you google 400ML Marco Terre. How did you even find this at all? – LateralTerminal Jan 16 '18 at 15:10
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    @LateralTerminal. Maybe it was easier to find back in 2015. Do you need this font? if I google "400ML font", the first result is a github repository which contains the font. The parent folder contains the entire font and a license. The license says the front is free for both personal and commercial use, but may not be redistributed, (which is kind of what happened when I downloaded the zip). – Wolff Jan 16 '18 at 16:29
  • @Wolff that exact wording does give me a github repository. I made a suggested edit to the answer. – LateralTerminal Jan 16 '18 at 17:37

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