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Old 09-15-2012, 11:59 PM   #1
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Default No Adhesive - Beer Sleeves

http://www.noadhesive.com/products-p...d/beer-labels/

I searched and haven't seen any discussion on these. Remember to put the label on before the beer goes in. 200* water to shrink the plastic doesn't sound like a good idea full of beer.

Neat idea though, wanted to share. Not sure about advertising rules on HBT, but you can find deals on major marketplaces. A certain website with the name of a River basin in it.


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Old 09-18-2012, 04:09 PM   #2
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"so just slide your bottle into the sleeves along with your paper label "

According to their website, it sounds to me like it's just a sleeve, not a label - you still have to design and print your own paper label, then put that in the boiling water to heat shrink it down on the bottle? Don't see how that will last up with ice water, or repeated uses.........Seems like expensive "glue".


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Old 09-18-2012, 08:34 PM   #3
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thanks for sharing, seems like an interesting idea.
on the other hand, also seems like a lot more work.
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Old 09-18-2012, 08:46 PM   #4
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I wonder how you keep the paper label straight. Tape? Then why not use a adhesive label? Neat idea. I like Guinness bottles because the plastic wrap cuts right off. Of coarse, I do that, then apply one of my labels on with adhesive.
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Old 09-18-2012, 11:55 PM   #5
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Yea, I was kind of on the fence about them too. Neat idea. If you shop a little you can get 75 sleeves for $5 so they aren't really that expensive.

Prob just stick with glue sticks or milk myself, but wanted to share.
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Hi all,
This is my product.
I'd be happy to answer the questions you guys have had but don't want to violate any board rules since I did not pay for the vendor account here.

I'm probably ok saying though that if you check the site out again there is a new video posted that will answer some questions. As well as free samples available.

Just need permission to answer I guess.....
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Hi all,
This is my product.
I'd be happy to answer the questions you guys have had but don't want to violate any board rules since I did not pay for the vendor account here.

I'm probably ok saying though that if you check the site out again there is a new video posted that will answer some questions. As well as free samples available.

Just need permission to answer I guess.....
The video on your Products page has been removed by user.
I requested the free sample to check it out.

I think this might be a good option for bottles that are being handed out as gifts.
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Thanks
Your the second person to not be able to access the video, but it works for other people.
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I saw the video, and requested samples. I received the samples, but have not tried them yet. Hopefully this weekend.
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I also received this video had been removed by user.


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