RIVERHEAD, N.Y., Nov. 10, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Good Vibrations Shoes, Inc. (OTC-PINK: GVSI) today announced that the company's subsidiary, Long Beard Brewery has released its first label designs for the company's new line of craft beers. One of the designs is for the company's two newest craft beers, "Belgian Brombeere Weizent", a Belgian style ale made with fresh local blackberries that is very pale and cloudy due to being unfiltered, the other is for "Fuzzy Poms", a dark oatmeal milk stout made with fresh local peaches that were baked and caramelized giving it a great flavor and also has subtle vanilla aromas. Both products show the company's willingness to push the limits of creativity, creating something very unique and true to their brand. The designs can be seen on the company's website at www.longbeardbrewing.com. These labels are the first of many to come. Long beard is just beginning to roll out product that will excite beer enthusiasts everywhere. Company CEO Paul Carlin commented, "I am very excited about releasing the label designs to the public because I want them to see that we are not just another micro brewery. We have a lot of creative ideas and we aim to push the envelope and stimulate the senses with uniquely tasty brews." The company has also taken some debt off the books and hopes to release update financials very soon showing that. Although removing debt from the books always involves some small increase in the OS, Good Vibrations Shoes has tried to negotiate to remove this debt with the least amount of dilution possible. This will help to clean up the books and put the company in a better position moving forward. The company is also preparing to file for a name change from Good Vibrations Shoes, Inc. to Long Beard Breweries, Inc. The company did file an earlier application, which was denied due to a technicality, which the company feels was an oversight on FINRA's part. FINRA mistakenly thought the company was fully reporting, and because of the way the system works the only option was to wait and re-file or go through a timely and expensive appeals process. Long beard will take extra measures this time around to clarify its status as a non-reporting company, which is expected to cause the name change to go smoothly. For the most part, major marketing and product rollout has been delayed awaiting the approval of the name change.