__________________ On Tap: Lake Walk Pale Ale -- Eternity (Raspberry Stout) -- Nutrocker -- Donnybrook Dark Primary: Lake Walk Pale Ale Secondary: Summit IPA Up Next: Smoked Porter -- Pub Ale -- Watermelon Wheat Planning: Gone But Not Forgotten:
Did you use Publisher for that label? I have been using Publisher for all my labels so far and have a label that looks very similar to that. I used it for a "Fat Tire" clone called "Fat Cat Ale". I have found that if you are using Publisher that you can use an Avery label (#5164) or the Office Depot look-a-like #612-061 that looks just like a beer label.
I like the "Fat Bastard" label. Give the self-adhesive labels a try. They're much easier than using milk.
Yes, I Used MS Publisher to create the label. It really didn't take that long to create. How are the self adhesive labels when it is time to remove them? The main reason I used milk was for easy removal. If the self adhesive labels come off pretty easy I might give them a try...
Up Next: ? Primary: Secondary: Nut Brown Ale: Tap 1: Cream Stout :
He brews beer AND is a pilot. There is no female on this planet that would tolerate both of those time- and money-consuming hobbies at once.
The self-adhesive labels come off fairly easily. Probably not as easily as using the milk method, but not bad. Usually I peel the labels off as I'm rinsing the bottle after drinking and it comes off pretty well.