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Old 12-05-2007, 06:31 PM   #1
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Default Who made the "How TO Pour Homebrew" Sign?

I'm going to make a few small gift baskets of my homebrew for my dad and father-in-law for Christmas this year. I think that sign, or similar, I saw posted once would be a neat addition to the basket! I didn't think to save it for at the time, but would like to see it again to get some creative juices flowing. Any help or a link is appreciated! Thanks!

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Old 12-06-2007, 04:03 PM   #2
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Did some searching and found one posted by Knewshound, Is this the one you are looking for:



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Old 12-06-2007, 04:11 PM   #3
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That's great! Gives me a nice place to start on the project! I finished my labels yesterday

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Old 12-06-2007, 05:34 PM   #4
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Doesn't that go with any good beer though. Leaving the last 1/4 inch behind is preference but who puts the bottle upside down to pour?

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Doesn't that go with any good beer though. Leaving the last 1/4 inch behind is preference but who puts the bottle upside down to pour?
Many commercial breweries filter their beer...so leaving the last 1/4" in those cases is just....a waste!
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yeah I know, thats why I said it was a preference whether to do it or not with homebrew, some of us swirl that sediment into the beer and drink it.
It's the vertical pour that is stupid with any beer.

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It's the vertical pour that is stupid with any beer.
Unless, of course, you're pouring a Hefe and you invert an empty glass over the bottle, then invert both, and slowly draw up the bottle...
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Unless, of course, you're pouring a Hefe and you invert an empty glass over the bottle, then invert both, and slowly draw up the bottle...

eh? i didnt know that...is that true?
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eh? i didnt know that...is that true?
Yup. Not the only way to pour one, but certainly A way to do it. There are plenty of videos floating around on the InterTron of it.
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