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Old 09-03-2008, 10:27 PM   #1
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Default Not Really Labels - Mostly Tap Handles

One the more fun things I enjoy doing is making inserts for my kegerator tap handles. They measure approx 2.25 X 3.5 inches. Here's a pic of all five:


Below are some of my favorite labels I've created.






I've got plenty more at my brewing log site: Geoff's Celestial Brewing


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Sorry everyone. Had to reconfigure the "hotlink protection" on my website...
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Great stuff, BB!
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Those look great!
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Fantastic stuff!!!!
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Still getting little boxes with red X's in them...
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Still getting little boxes with red X's in them...
They are now working for me...

How did you make the tap handles? or did you purchase them? Good idea on a simple way to replace the beer graphics...
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How did you make the tap handles? or did you purchase them? Good idea on a simple way to replace the beer graphics...
Man, I wish I was that handy. No, I purchased them from taphandles.com after seeing a local brewpub, Dry Dock Brewing, using them.

The labels are much bigger on screen than they are in actuality - so many of the details are kind of lost.

I've uploaded more of my labels to the Bottles and Labels gallery here on HomeBrewTalk.

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