Carlson: I'm not talking about your opinion on which one you like best. You are welcome to it and I have no comment on that at all. I'm just saying that giving me google searches on different logos in color has nothing to do do with a brand or design of a logo which is what I am talking about, and that the fact that any basic design has color or not is a moot point. I'm sure you go to the dentist and argue with him about the best way to clean your teeth, too. As well as sit up front with the pilot with google searches on the best way you have found to land a plane. Right?
Please go back and look at the original question and my original answer. It didn't contain a quote from you. You started this personal attack on my answer, as you have in other threads. If you quote someone and disagree with them, expect a response, just as I did. Also, many of my later responses were not directed at you, but rather someone saying how T-shirts need to be monochrome. My Google searches only proved that there are many, many companies that produce beer T-shirt in more than one color.
Once again, I pick #21 as the most pleasing to ME. I'm not a graphics designer and I've never played one on TV.
This is ridiculous. This is not a personal attack and I challenge you to please find one other thread where I "attacked" you.
And I apologize but I did not realize you were above quoting or questioning. As I said, I am not arguing with you about your choice. I am glad is it pleasing to YOU
. If I you can't gather what I'm pickin' here well, that's fine, it's not for you anyway.
Regardless, sorry to the OP for polluting your thread. All I will say is look at the design and branding above all else. You want a design that people can look at and recognize as YOU. The images that are stylized as "BR" will probably be the easiest to work with as regarding glasses, T shirts and etc. When people see the stylized BR and they immediately think of you without even your name typed out your logo designed has worked.