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Old 10-26-2007, 03:22 AM   #1
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Default Creating Labels to put into my Kegerator

Since I just got into kegging, I thought it would be neat to create labels to keep inside my kegerator. That way, people could get an idea of what's on tap and hopefully get a kick out of the labels. That, and I enjoy toying with Photoshop from time to time.

Here is the plate I came up with for my first AG batch: Cerberus Stout



Let me know what you guys think because feedback is always appreciated.

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Old 10-26-2007, 03:49 AM   #2
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That's hot.

Personally I'd centre everything though, but I'm just a obsessive about symmetry.

How do you plan on attatching it?

I'm working doing the same sorta thing, probably print out magnets to attach to the fridge.


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that's pretty sweet
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I'm going to get it printed on photo paper at Target. Then I was planning on laminating it and using magnet tap to attach to the kegs. Then I realized that magnets won't work to well on stainless... I'll probably just use tap or something to stick it unless I think of something better...

Thanks for the feedback btw. I definitely learned a few new things in photoshop playing around with this one.
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