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Seems like Brewmaster but the "A" is different
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It isn't a commercially available typeface, but one created by Jones Knowles Ritchie (JKR), the branding firm responsible for the identity:

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This is known as a "copperplate" or "Spencerian" script. Here are some fonts based on this style.