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Old 02-18-2013, 09:10 PM   #1
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Default Awesome homebrewing tee shirt my wife picked up for my birthday

It took me a second to figure out what exactly it was - it's a Jolly Roger made of hops and barley. Clearly, this is now my go-to brewing attire.

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Sweet! Who makes it?

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I have no idea, but I'll find out.

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That is pretty cool.
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zazzle.com

Homebrew pirate T-shirt

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Mmm, Zazzle doesn't sell their own products that I know of. They're just a production company that processes other people's artwork for a cut. Very similar to CafePress.

My company used to use them when I was a photographer and, then later, acting studio manager. It wasn't uncommon for customers to bring the specialty orders from Zazzle back, especially the "sculptures", which are cool, but were often cropped in weird ways when they arrived.

Looks awesome.

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Quality is very good. I have to say, though... I'm surprised that it's $27.

I run a spreadshirt shop and charge several dollars less for my shirts. Heh, maybe I need to make some cool homebrewing tee shirts!

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Now there's an Eduke idea!
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Eduke idea?
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It's an old expression Slim Pickens used in Blazin' Saddles. It means excellent,but refers to John "Duke" Wayne.
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