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thehaze

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I brewed a 8.9% Dark Weizenbock and a 7.4% Stout for Christmas. Due to the pandemic times we are in, I didn't want to go to town and have labels printed at a shop, so I decided to go with simple labels. This is the 3rd time I've made this kind of labels.


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Timber Tim

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If your anything like me you like seeing new labels that are made by you fellow home brewers. I hope others will post their labels here so it is easier to see the final labels in one spot.

Here are my first three:





Winter Storm IPA Discussion


Pumpkin Pie Ale Discussion

So let's see those labels :mug:

EDIT: I an effort to try and keep this thread for pictures i've added links to the"idea" threads about my labels. I love feedback (both positive and negative) but I'm hoping to make it so you can scroll through and mostly see pictures :)
 

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My second brew, a mixed fermentation saison pitched with Mad Fermentationist Blend from Bootleg Biology along with some Cantillon dregs. I added some french oak cubes for a few weeks towards the end. It's been a couple weeks in the bottle so I will have my first taste soon and am quite excited! As you guys can appreciate, I am already working on my third label for the third brew, a hoppy saison, as it finishes fermenting in the next couple weeks. Happy new year, y'all!

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These were my Covid inspired labels this year. The "Brown Out Brown" had to do with a grandson staying with us when Brown University went virtual in the spring. The Rochdale Ale Eagle usually is doing something with the pronunciation of "Roch" as "Rock."
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I love your brewery name. I thought you might enjoy a local brewery's latest NEIPA label.
 

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Howdy again y'all! Just bottled and labeled my third brewski. A quick tasting at bottling has me really excited for this one. I based it off the 'Merican Saison from the Mad Fermentationist and it was my first time dry-hopping. 2 oz of Mosaic, 1 oz of Citra, and 1 oz of Nelson for 4.5 days gave this saison a really nice tropical punch that I think should pair well with the co-pitch of ECY Saison Brasserie and Bootlegg MF Blend. Hoppy and hopefully some funk over the coming months. Cheers friends!

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I just started drinking a fresh batch, but I can't post it's label because it would violate HBT policy on politics. So I'm posting this label from the summer of 2019 that I brewed to celebrate an upcoming trip to the Rhone Valley in France. The recipe uses Strisselspalt hops. I got pneumonia and we had to cancel the trip. We assumed we would reschedule for 2020, but Covid happened. I'm still looking forward to brewing this again when we can rebook. The label is a shameless parody of a wine label that I used several times:
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