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Old 04-18-2013, 05:57 PM   #2701
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In homage to THE 30 L's of BIERMUNCHERS "SWAMBO SLAYER" that's still in the fermenters.

Still in rough form.
Also, if you're going with a blonde, you might want to change the color of the swmbo on the motorcycle's hair to blonde as well...
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Old 04-18-2013, 06:50 PM   #2702
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Holiday Stout that I am handing out this year.





What paper did you use to print these on?
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redid my label taking tips and inspiration from the better looking labels on here. Kinkos has a paper that has a sticky back, so I got them printed there. Laser printer, sticky paper, cut to size for me, $1 each? sounds like a winner.

What is the paper type called at kinkos? looks awesome.
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Finally got the first batch photographed... I have made the next few larger for 22s, around 5x4.

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Old 04-19-2013, 06:44 PM   #2705
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Hey, I really enjoy the Allagash labels on the coolship series and FV13. Anyone have an idea on how to reproduce those labels? Have any of you tried block letter printing before? There's a bunch of kits in craft stores but most use too big of letters.

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Old 04-19-2013, 06:52 PM   #2706
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Hey, I really enjoy the Allagash labels on the coolship series and FV13. Anyone have an idea on how to reproduce those labels? Have any of you tried block letter printing before? There's a bunch of kits in craft stores but most use too big of letters.
It'd be easier to just find a block letter font on a site like dafont.com, and print them. If you use a program like Gimp (free) you could design them in there, and then change the colors to make it only one color.
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Old 04-19-2013, 07:10 PM   #2707
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Holiday Stout that I am handing out this year.

What is the font you used there for the main name on your label? I really like it.
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Old 04-19-2013, 10:05 PM   #2708
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It'd be easier to just find a block letter font on a site like dafont.com, and print them. If you use a program like Gimp (free) you could design them in there, and then change the colors to make it only one color.
I feel like it wouldnt nearly look the same and not as authentic. I'm willing to work hard to develop a block press for all my gueze blends
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I feel like it wouldnt nearly look the same and not as authentic. I'm willing to work hard to develop a block press for all my gueze blends
One of the things I would like to try (but haven't yet) is creating my own wood-cut blocks to print myself. You could design by hand or computer assisted, and then carve the wood blocks and ink them yourself for a truly hand-crafted artisanal craft brew.
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Guess which hops were used in this IPA...
Love that...is that a Haiku? I love the flow of the text; very poetic.
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