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Trying to ID font from Siesta Brewing Co. packaging


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Thse Usna

Just add that the "Ñ" in the original post screenshoot is not the same.
I think they used some kind of combination with this other glyph, also in the same font:

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Riccardo Sartori
6 hours ago, Thse Usna said:

Just add that the "Ñ" in the original post screenshoot is not the same.
I think they used some kind of combination with this other glyph

No, they just used the stylistic alternate for it (here with the others offered by the font):

 

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Thse Usna

My bad! Still, the only one used from the stylistic alternate is the "Ñ". All the others seems to be like the screenshoot from Ralf. Best!

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