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Old 05-20-2007, 09:06 PM   #1
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Default Need Labels & a brewery name.

I would like some labels for my brew that I bottle and give away as gifts, but my artistic ability is about a 1 on a scale of 1 to 100 (hundred being DaVinci).

I am, however, very good at making beer and BBQ, so I propose a trade (I love the barter system).

I need labels designed for my Haus Pale Ale, Kölsch, and Bavarian Hefeweizen. The need to fit on an Avery 3.4"x4" removable label.

If someone would like to help me make labels & come up with a brewery name, I will personally create the best BBQ pulled pork, pull it, vacume pack it, freeze it, and ship it overnight along with my own home made sauce and some of my Apfelwein.

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Old 05-20-2007, 09:12 PM   #2
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the best BBQ pulled pork my own home made sauce
RECIPE please cant help ya with the lables but a brewery name shouldnt be a problem I wll chime in later with my input
I thought you were brewing????
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Old 05-20-2007, 09:19 PM   #3
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I am. Doughed in, life is good, waiting for the mash to finish.

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Still waiting on that recipe for the pull apart pork and BBQ sauce
how long does it take you to crush your grain?

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I've decided on Bee Cave Brewery. I live in Bee Cave, Texas, near Austin and I just snagged www.beecavebrewery.com, so I'm sticking with it.

My 21# of grain today took all of maybe 4 minutes with my barley crusher and a drill.

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My 21# of grain today took all of maybe 4 minutes with my barley crusher and a drill.
Gotta love that Barley Crusher I have one as well and just love it
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Heh ok, I'm pretty drunk so don't expect this to be good, but I was bored so I threw together a rough draft for the Haus Pale Ale.


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Heh ok, I'm pretty drunk so don't expect this to be good.


I'm working on the drunk part myself now after a long day. Ahh the famouse German girls. These frauleins are very well know around the Internet. Thanks for the effort. Now back to beer!

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Default How about Something like this?

Don't know you very well. But I thought something like this might be right up your alley.

Unglaubliches Kleines Haus Brauen Brewery


(Translation = Unbelievable Little Home Brew Brewery)

I am thinking something with a German Tone would suit best.

I just went to babelfish and typed some words that I thought suited you.

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I'm looking for a BBQ Sauce recipe...



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