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Old 01-20-2010, 02:05 AM   #1
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Here's one of the labels I did.




Have you seen my Weenah?

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Old 01-20-2010, 04:09 AM   #2
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Hey is this ale like the world's most expensive coffee that is "filtered" through some weasel or something? Where the weasel eats the coffee bean and then craps out the undigestable portion and that's what's used to make the coffee?

If so this stuff should be worth like, $675 per bottle! Congrats!

Ok seriously, cool looking label.

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Old 01-20-2010, 04:12 AM   #3
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Hey is this ale like the world's most expensive coffee that is "filtered" through some weasel or something? Where the weasel eats the coffee bean and then craps out the undigestable portion and that's what's used to make the coffee?

If so this stuff should be worth like, $675 per bottle! Congrats!

Ok seriously, cool looking label.
That would be kopi luwak and it is eaten and digested by a Civet. Good stuff.
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yeah, but we don't get to brew very often...it takes a while to acquire enough "water" for a batch. Maybe I should get more weenies?

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You can never get enough weenies.

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Sweet label! The text on both sides is a little hard to read. Maybe make it a little smaller so it doesn't butt up to the center logo.

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That would be kopi luwak and it is eaten and digested by a Civet. Good stuff.
I prefer Jacu Bird if I'm going to consume a excreted coffee. Civet cats live in an area where only Robusto coffee is grown. You are buying overpriced Folgers. Jacu Birds on the other hand are on farms growing Arabica beans. Far superior coffee.
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I prefer Jacu Bird if I'm going to consume a excreted coffee. Civet cats live in an area where only Robusto coffee is grown. You are buying overpriced Folgers. Jacu Birds on the other hand are on farms growing Arabica beans. Far superior coffee.
I like your style.
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