It looks good. As an FYI, you don't need to print your beer labels on label paper. After stumbling onto it on this messageboard, now i just print my labels on regular computer paper. Then i take a small plate and put milk on it. Dip the back of the label (cut out) into the plate with the milk on it and just stick it on the beer bottle. This dries in ~10 minutes and when you want to remove these labels Oxyclean is your friend.
Primary : Nada
Secondary Edwort's Apfelwein, AHS Titannia Wheat On Deck: LHBS IPA [Recipe Unknown], Corona Clone (Lawnmower Beer)
Bottled: Spicy Orange Pale Ale, Stone Cold Brown Ale Kegged: Spicy Pumpkin Ale
"When I read about the evils of drinking, I gave up reading"