The mark consists of a clipper ship with an anchor on a rope coming out of the front of the ship on a rope, piercing a piece of paper and angling toward the hull of the ship as waves surround each side of the ship. On the main sail is a circular wood grain carving containing a Central American sun king god in a circle at the center of the carving; The top sail contains a pirate jolly-roger style flag using the same sun king god carving as its center. The stylized words "SUN KING BREWERY" appear at the top of the mark. The stylized words "SINK THE CLIPPER" appear at the top right side of the ship's sail, and underneath appear depictions of two cannonballs flying from the right side of the ship. A single cannonball is depicted flying from the left side of the ship. Near the bottom of the mark and right of the anchor appear the stylized words "IMPERIAL ESB". The stylized words "WWW.SUNKINGBREWING.COM" appear at the bottom of the mark. Along both sides of the mark is a border consisting of a crown-molding type wood carving with repeating L shapes.
"BREWERY" AND "IMPERIAL ESB"
045, 046, 048
Color is not claimed as a feature of the mark.
Busts of men facing forward, Crowns, men wearing , Ocean, Braids, Brigs (boats), Anchors, Pads, Writing , Bullets, Flags, rectangular or square, excluding American flag or checkered flag , Circles with a decorative border, including scalloped, ruffled and zig-zag edges , Circles, two concentric , Rectangles with a decorative border, including scalloped, ruffled and zig-zag edges , Rectangles that are completely or partially shaded