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Old 12-29-2007, 03:49 AM   #1
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Default My Labels and Brewery Name

I used to own a recording studio, but sold the whole shah bang about two years ago and got into brewing , my studio name was HammerSmith Studios, so of course I stayed with my name( after the great theater and famous bridge outside London)...Born was HammerSmith Ales. I've played the guitar for almost thirty years( and still do ) , I hope to be brewing for thirty years to come.

Some of my labels( can ya tell I am a British beer freak:





Here one I made in honor of my favorite guitar player:


here's my old Hammersmith Studio:



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Old 12-29-2007, 05:32 AM   #2
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holy dog$h1t those labels in the first and second images look dope! i really like the desaturated, almost faded look a few of them seem to have. and i love the Celtic Fest...
did you do the design work on all of them?
also very nice studio...RIP



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Old 12-29-2007, 07:55 AM   #3
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Are there any other band geeks out there who saw Hammersmith and immediately started thinking Gustav Holst?

Very very cool lables by the way.

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Old 12-29-2007, 10:39 AM   #4
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Sweet labels!

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Old 12-29-2007, 12:19 PM   #5
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Yeah, those labels are simply awesome. Great job!

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Wow, those look amazing, very well done!

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Thanks for all the nice comments, the way I make labels , Microsoft Publisher, onto Avery 3 1/2" x 4" six per sheet 6871( I think ) , then I coat them with either 3lb amber/orange shellac or if I want just brighter 3d type , I use the white/clear schellac.
I have a bunch of fun coming up with names and pictures for my beers, I have quite a few C-Kegs & Tap system,but I acutally like bottling still. Doing the whole package for me is really enjoyable.

I have used just plain white paper, and then used spray adhesive to attach them , that works well on a budget, the Avery labels are not cheap, although you can buy the Staples brand for alot less.

Here's a couple more:



One more of the old girl :

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What type of console did you have?

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that was such an awesome studio!

Your labels look great too, good to see how you go balls to the wall on all your hobbies, whether its music or brewing!

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What type of console did you have?
That is/was Barry Manilow's board, 1983 was a good year for Carvin, I have to say, it was a sweet board , regardless if it came from Manilow's collection. 24 track analogue and 24 track digital worked for me for a couple of years


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