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Old 01-06-2013, 10:47 PM   #2131
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Old 01-08-2013, 05:46 PM   #2132
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Some many people with soo much talent I'm ashamed to show mine. I've been working on this one for awhile now. I have also been messing around with names for around a month now and i really can't decide on one. I just slapped in the government warning and a bogus barcode to make it look more offical. I used the code generator that someone posted on this site. I think this one will just take you to msn...hahahaha.

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Old 01-08-2013, 06:07 PM   #2133
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Any input, insults, or death threats would be great.

Looks good, what i'm doing for ours is generating the QR code that links to a blog post detailing the specific beer for that specific label. That way I can have less text on the beer label itself and if someone is really interested, they can follow the QR code to a post detailing the actual recipe and story of the beer they're drinking. Or at least that's the idea...

Oh, and I'm going to totally kill you in your sleep. Extra murder style.
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Old 01-08-2013, 06:33 PM   #2134
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Graphic design is another one of my hobbies so labeling is a great complement to brewing. This is from my second batch:

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Old 01-08-2013, 06:43 PM   #2135
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Looks good, what i'm doing for ours is generating the QR code that links to a blog post detailing the specific beer for that specific label. That way I can have less text on the beer label itself and if someone is really interested, they can follow the QR code to a post detailing the actual recipe and story of the beer they're drinking. Or at least that's the idea...

Oh, and I'm going to totally kill you in your sleep. Extra murder style.

Great idea! Is putting the info on your label linked to the QR code OK with the Feds?
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Old 01-08-2013, 06:57 PM   #2136
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Great idea! Is putting the info on your label linked to the QR code OK with the Feds?
Not sure what the Feds have to do with my blog or my homebrew.

I can't sell it, the state law says I can only share 72 ounces per person per year... otherwise I'm generally free to put no label or whatever label I want on it.
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Old 01-08-2013, 07:02 PM   #2137
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Here are a few of mine...
Blarmody's was the first beer my old roommate and I ever made, a winter spice holiday ale. Our cat seemed to enjoy it, and she was a ficcal bitch, so it was pretty easy.

Blind Squirrel is a pecan ale I make as an attempt to clone Lazy Magnolia's Southern Pecan - because even a blind squirrle finds a nut now and again.

The porter is Pi Rho Porter (Pyro) - it's made with a fair dosing of cherrywood smoked malt and has a strong smoke flavor.

The last one was the simplest label with an excellent delivery. Sunday Morning is a chocolate oatmeal milk stout with a vanilla bourbon finish (yeah, too much going on maybe). Only did 22oz bottles, dipped in gold wax. Pictured is the brewery mascot and namesake, Bad News Bear
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Digging the 'pi - rho' logo !!

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Digging the 'pi - rho' logo !!

Very creative
As a Fire Protection Engineer, the pyro and the nerd in me came together for that one...


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