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Old 02-22-2007, 09:50 PM   #1
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Old 02-22-2007, 09:51 PM   #2
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Oh, I was planning on printing this out on brown, weathered-looking paper.

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Old 02-22-2007, 10:09 PM   #3
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I like the elements.

If I were to offer a suggestion, it would be to bump up the size of the hops and grainsso that they fill in the white space more. Decrease the size of the scroll and make it fatter. Lee Brewing Co. should be more prominent.

You may run the risk of making it look too modern if you follow my suggestions, however.

If you keep it the same, consider filling in some detail on the top left and right.

Also. Where will the beer name and style appear?

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How about that? I may encapsulate the entire thing with an oval or some sort of border. Thanks for the suggestions. (on an off-topic, do you Jeep?)
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very clean imo. Gets right to the point.

but how are you going to tell the different types of brew you gonna have?

another scroll on there? or on the "sheild?" etc?

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Thanks for the suggestions. (on an off-topic, do you Jeep?)
Yes, I have a 03 Rubicon with minimal mods. I don't 4-wheel for the sake of it, though, I use it mainly for trail access and daily driver.

Other Jeep owners that I can think of off the top-of-my-head:
TxBrew, Dude, Cheesefood.

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