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Old 06-12-2013, 10:48 AM   #11
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I'm pretty excited about this one. Can't wait till it's ready!

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Old 07-04-2013, 10:32 PM   #12
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this one is next...

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Nice job! They all look good.

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Wow! Those look great! Care to share any of those recipes? The Heineken clone and Chak Nic Te' especially.

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As a professional designer, the idea of using Word, Excel, Paint, anything made by MS just makes me cringe. Well executed labels though. There's always another way to do things.

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Awesome labels, I am jealous as I am all thumbs when it comes to apps.

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What would you recommend? Any free downloads you can think of that I could look into?

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What would you recommend? Any free downloads you can think of that I could look into?
GIMP or Inkscape are both free opensource programs. GIMP is like Photoshop and Inkscape is like Illustrator. I use the Adobe stuff in my home office and for freelancing. The LHBS I work for and do design work for didn't wanna spend the money on the Adobe software so I've been using GIMP and Inkscape there.
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Default Halloween 2013.

My first time kegging my beer.

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Love it. Are you just putting the label on a keg or is that for a tap handle?

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