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Kelly. 08-31-2009 04:58 PM

Home Brewery websites?
 
I was wondering if anyone here has website dedicated to their home brewery?

i am thinking about setting up a small website and would like to see what others have done. im not looking to sell anything, just get the name out there :)

feel free to post your website, or websites of others that you think are good example of a home brewery website.

thanks in advance.

KYB 08-31-2009 09:33 PM

I made one just for the hell of it to get back into the swing of things with web and graphic design, since it is now my major. Could be better. I know it's pretty big, but if I have it scaled automatically the graphics look like crap.

O'Daniel Brewery

Kelly. 08-31-2009 09:36 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ODaniel (Post 1518535)
I made one just for the hell of it to get back into the swing of things with web and graphic design, since it is now my major. Could be better. I know it's pretty big, but if I have it scaled automatically the graphics look like crap.

O'Daniel Brewery

i think it looks good :mug:

that is exactly the types of sites i am looking for :)

kenche 08-31-2009 11:09 PM

I am not sure exactly what you hope to achieve with your site, but brewblogger is a free software package that lets you store recipes, track brew sessions, and perform simple calculations.

You can check it out at brewblogger.net

Kelly. 09-03-2009 09:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by kenche (Post 1518705)
I am not sure exactly what you hope to achieve with your site, but brewblogger is a free software package that lets you store recipes, track brew sessions, and perform simple calculations.

You can check it out at brewblogger.net

im looking for more of a site that i can put up info about the brewery.
someplace i can direct people that have questions about what we are doing/brewing/about

case and point. last weekend we were at a brewfest and there were ~15 of us, all with Cloud 9 Brewing stickers. I had ~10 people come up to me alone asking about Cloud 9 Brewing and where to get the beer/where we are located/types of beers, etc etc. i didnt really have an answer for them.....

MBasile 09-03-2009 09:15 PM

A lot of people seem to just use blogs. I've thought about building a small site with Apple's iWeb since I already own the domain for my photography site.

FireNightFly 09-03-2009 09:15 PM

Its futile! This is the goddarnist best site in the www!!! If you cant find it here I doubt you'll find it anywhere. I thaught the same thing until I discovered this place. You cant loose out here. There is just about every thing you could ever want here.

Kelly. 09-03-2009 10:41 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MBasile (Post 1525652)
A lot of people seem to just use blogs. I've thought about building a small site with Apple's iWeb since I already own the domain for my photography site.

same here,
i already own a domain name,
i just want to put a few pages up on that.

Homercidal 09-08-2009 03:26 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ODaniel (Post 1518535)
I made one just for the hell of it to get back into the swing of things with web and graphic design, since it is now my major. Could be better. I know it's pretty big, but if I have it scaled automatically the graphics look like crap.

O'Daniel Brewery

That's pretty friggin sweet! I'd love to be able to do that stuff. My own sites are pretty plain looking. Teach me!!

TwoHeadsBrewing 09-08-2009 03:29 PM

Just a little blog, which I'm negelcting at the moment! I'm going to eventually write up a tutorial for each step of my brewery in the order I built it...but work has been pretty nuts lately.

Ben’s Homebrew Stuff - such an obsession, it needs a whole blog!


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