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Old 01-02-2013, 09:57 PM   #1
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Just thought I'd make a thread for my labels and gift packs. I don't always make labels for my beer or wine, basically the recipes I have perfected get a label and are usually gifted.















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Old 01-03-2013, 02:05 AM   #2
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Pretty darn awesome labels. Looks A-1.
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Thanks!
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Old 01-13-2013, 05:12 AM   #4
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Those are some great looking labels. Did you make them yourself or had someone do it for you?

 
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Old 01-13-2013, 08:53 AM   #5
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Awesome work. I remember your wine labels from the other thread.

I just remembered, when I was a kid, my mom took a public speaking class at the local community college, and she took me with her for the last day, the presentations. One guy based his on homebrew, and I distinctly remember him saying, "The best part about home brewing is the labels!" The labels had pictures of his face on it, and he passed out a bottle to everyone. He must've learned a ton in that public speaking class for me to remember it years and years later.

 
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Those are some great looking labels. Did you make them yourself or had someone do it for you?
I make them myself, thank you!


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Awesome work. I remember your wine labels from the other thread.

I just remembered, when I was a kid, my mom took a public speaking class at the local community college, and she took me with her for the last day, the presentations. One guy based his on homebrew, and I distinctly remember him saying, "The best part about home brewing is the labels!" The labels had pictures of his face on it, and he passed out a bottle to everyone. He must've learned a ton in that public speaking class for me to remember it years and years later.
Labeling is one of my favorite parts of homebrew as well, I love being creative, graphic design has always been one of my favorite ways to do that. If I can couple that with drinking? Perfect! And thank you!
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Old 01-13-2013, 05:23 PM   #7
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I love them all, but those wine labels are absolutely gorgeous! I really love the charred edges on them. Very nice!

 
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Havent really made many labels lately been pumping out a lot of repeat recipes and similar styles so I have just been using old labels. Here is one I just finished the first draft on. It is a bit rough but its a work in progress.

Weizenbock.

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They look great. What labels do you use to print on?
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They look great. What labels do you use to print on?
I usually print on resume paper, coat in polyurethane for water proofing, then glue stick, or simply milk.
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