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Old 12-01-2008, 02:52 PM   #11
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I found that German bottles have labels that come off after soaking them in water only.

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Old 12-01-2008, 02:53 PM   #12
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Atlanta Brewing Company's labels attach at the molecular level with glass... Two overnight soaks in HOT waster w/ Oxyclean revealed the outer most layer is actually a thin plastic film... After those were removed, the paper portion still required another soak and then a scrape...
Sweetwater's are tough too.
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Old 12-01-2008, 06:45 PM   #13
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Atlanta Brewing Company's labels attach at the molecular level with glass... Two overnight soaks in HOT waster w/ Oxyclean revealed the outer most layer is actually a thin plastic film... After those were removed, the paper portion still required another soak and then a scrape...

That sounds a lot like Weyerbacher's labels, which I used to hate. After I discovered one little thing, they're now my favorite! I hit the label with a heat gun for a couple seconds and they peel right off in one piece, leaving virtually no residue. No soaking necessary.

You might want to give that a try with those Atlanta labels.
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I had to soak my Corona bottle for 3 days before the label came off.

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Yes, that was a joke.

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Old 12-01-2008, 07:20 PM   #16
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Sam Adam's labels come off very easily.

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The English must be pro-homebrewer because Bass and Samuel Smith's are two of the easiest labels to remove.

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Duvel - Those labels fall off if it is humid. The bottles are something like 11.2 oz. instead of 12 oz. though.

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Yes, that was a joke.
Actually, I soak my Corona bottles for about 3-4 days in a slightly concentrated Starsan solution and the paint falls right off.
*I use them for cider, not beer.
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Actually, I soak my Corona bottles for about 3-4 days in a slightly concentrated Starsan solution and the paint falls right off.
*I use them for cider, not beer.
Stop ruining the joke dammit!

I've used them for Lemoncillo. A soak for 3 days in B-Brite works great.
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