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Old 01-21-2007, 07:19 PM   #11
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Old 01-21-2007, 08:37 PM   #12
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Has anyone done this for you yet? It's simple enough.
Cheesefood - Thanks a ton man. I'll see how it works out. Let me know what I owe ya...

We have a bar here in town with 200 different beers; if you have some favorites I can pick them up for you... Or a sampling of PA microbrews (I think they have 40 or so PA micro bottles there) since thats where I'm from...

If I had more homebrews on hand (I only have about 3 kinds in bottles left [some holiday ale, a liberty cream ale, and a hefe]) I'd send you a 6er of them. Maybe later this spring once I have 6-8 types available?
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Old 01-22-2007, 01:39 AM   #14
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Cheesefood - Thanks a ton man. I'll see how it works out. Let me know what I owe ya...

We have a bar here in town with 200 different beers; if you have some favorites I can pick them up for you... Or a sampling of PA microbrews (I think they have 40 or so PA micro bottles there) since thats where I'm from...

If I had more homebrews on hand (I only have about 3 kinds in bottles left [some holiday ale, a liberty cream ale, and a hefe]) I'd send you a 6er of them. Maybe later this spring once I have 6-8 types available?
Sold! 10 minutes worth of work for some homebrew? I'll take that anyday. Let me know if it needs any tweaks.
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Old 01-22-2007, 04:26 PM   #15
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Cheese - Haha, good deal...

Like I said, I'll have about 4 types bottled by this coming weekend (5 if you count the Apfelwein I brewed).

Maybe I can send you a 6 or 8 pack by mid-February. I've only been brewing for 3-4 months, so hopefully they are up to snuff!

I really enjoy most of them and I'd like some feedback anyway, so... I'll be in touch in a week or two and if I don't touch base, feel free to PM me. I'm an accountant so things are hectic for me this time of year!

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Old 01-24-2007, 01:13 PM   #16
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If you are willing to pay a few bucks, try www.worth1000.com. Go to the corporate section and tell them what you want, you will have many (up to 50) photoshoppers who will complete several labels for you. You pick the "winner" and they get the $$$ (I've done this for letterheads, business cards, etc...) and it costs around $50.

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If you are willing to pay a few bucks, try www.worth1000.com. Go to the corporate section and tell them what you want, you will have many (up to 50) photoshoppers who will complete several labels for you. You pick the "winner" and they get the $$$ (I've done this for letterheads, business cards, etc...) and it costs around $50.
Hmm... Although the label cheese drafted up for me is awesome, I may just try this for a brewery logo or something at some point... We'll see!
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Thanks cheese. Here's my first stab at a label for my liberty cream ale...

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Thanks cheese. Here's my first stab at a label for my liberty cream ale...

NICE!!!

I dig it. I almost thought I saw RPB at first, which are my initials.
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Thanks man. Like I said, give me until mid-spring to do some more brewing and continue to refine my skills and then I'll send you a nice 6er or two. Would send some out now, but I only really have two that I'm 'proud' of that are bottled and ready. Neither are anything extra special (light liberty cream ale and a hefeweizen) either; i.e. no IPAs (one on the way though!), imperials, etc.

I have had more than those two bottled, but my best brew to date is all gone and my holiday ale is just a little weird (not done aging yet I don't think)... hah.

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