2nd. i just use two or three letters to define the beer. I have a bunch of types in bottles now and i never get confused, well maybe when i really drunk, but then it really doesnt matter.joejaz said:
I did that, but thought it was a pain. My handwriting is pretty crappy and the small size of the caps made it difficult to mark them legibly. I bought some printable round labels and downloaded an MS Word template and print them that way. Works like a charm and I can color code each batch.joejaz said:
I got excited when I saw this, but it looks like they just use round stickers...not very professional looking in my opinion...Medo said:
I just picked up and printed my first set of these Avery 5408 3/4" round white labels. Super easy and there's a template from Avery's website.
You might find this useful:Do these exist? Do most HBers just use the standard blanks? I thought this would be a great way to mark my beers without labelling them, as I just discovered removing labels sucks.
Do they peel off easily? I wouldn't mind having a little more room for info than the round stickers I'm using on the caps, but I don't want anything that I'm going to have to soak/remove each time.I've used the Avery Envelope Seals before. They actually work well. I add the name of the beer, "brewed on" date, and ABV to the label. Looks nicer but takes a little more time to apply the labels to each bottle.