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Old 06-13-2006, 05:35 PM   #1
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I was stocking the fridge last night, and I decided to snap a pic of the full line-up from The Angry Chihuahua Brewing Co.


Brewed in order from left to right, when i started last fall. I have had a few other batches, but ther were repeats (Crazy Uncle, Krueger Clan, Fat & Tired).

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Old 06-13-2006, 05:42 PM   #2
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LoL, Very nice!


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Wow, impressive
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Thanks guys. I am one of the wierdo'swho likes doing labels as much as the brewing...

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These are very cool.... I really like the "Fat and Tired Ale".
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Thanks guys. I am one of the wierdo'swho likes doing labels as much as the brewing...

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Awesome! I never label, but ive been thinking about trying it recently and these pics pushed me over the edge! What program/paper/techniques do you use?
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Cool Labels I like them alot.
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I usually find pics online. Then I use Power-Point to make the labels in 2"x4" slides. I used to print on 4th and Vine paper. It came off easy, but you had to cut/lick/stick to get them on. it was a PIA. Now I use Avery shipping labels. Peel and stick. The only downside is the glue on the Avery's requires more soaking to get them off.

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