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Old 07-29-2013, 04:15 AM   #1
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Hey Brewers,
Just bottled my first brew of Evil Hipster Belgian Pale Ale, a recipe purchased from Eagle Rock Brewing Supplies. I am looking forward to enjoying my first brew soon. Bones Home Brew was developed from my skateboarding days (my nickname is Bones ) and my love for beer. My plans for all logos is to have a theme of skulls and skeletons.
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Old 07-29-2013, 04:19 AM   #2
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Nice labels! Hope the beer is good too, and congrats on your first brew!



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Haha, rad labels. Great brewery name!

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Funny, their Belgian Pale Ale was one of my firsts extract/specialty grain brew too (ERHB is my usual spot). It is pretty good. Yep, definitely a cool label and let us know how you like the beer.

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Very nice. What did you use to design/print these?

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The Evil Hipster was a success ...thanks for the kind words on the label I used paint and a color printer keeping it real simple with images found on the net. Brewing a new batch now.

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Special label paper or you just tape them on? They look nice.

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The guy at Eagle Rock home brew suggested regular printing paper and I know this sounds weird a little milk on the back side I brushed it on . They held up in the refrigerator not too sure about a ice chest .

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I can see the moisture from the milk on your labels in the firsts pic.

I use milk also, as suggested by the guy at ERHB.

When I used 1% they fell off after a few hours, I stuck them back on and they held fine. 2% they hold good. Easy to rinse off with water, too.

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sweet tip, guys! thanks! will try this with our latest batch.



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