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jonny24

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Also got my St. Patrick's day labels ready:

I haven't decided if I want to go with the black or beige label for the stout.

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This is the first time I've used names other than my own to brand a beer. Fearin is the last name of my 4x great grandmother, who immigrated to Canada in the 1800's. I have other Irish ancestors, but all of them have very English or Scottish names.

Finnegan is a kitten we had last spring, who unfortunately had been taken from his mother too early and didn't make it. He was cute little ginger tabby, so I brewed a red ale in his honour, and have named my reds after him ever since.
 

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Also got my St. Patrick's day labels ready:

I haven't decided if I want to go with the black or beige label for the stout.

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This is the first time I've used names other than my own to brand a beer. Fearin is the last name of my 4x great grandmother, who immigrated to Canada in the 1800's. I have other Irish ancestors, but all of them have very English or Scottish names.

Finnegan is a kitten we had last spring, who unfortunately had been taken from his mother too early and didn't make it. He was cute little ginger tabby, so I brewed a red ale in his honour, and have named my reds after him ever since.
I like the black for the stout and the beige for the red! Greetings from Scarborough :)
 

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Also got my St. Patrick's day labels ready:

I haven't decided if I want to go with the black or beige label for the stout.

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This is the first time I've used names other than my own to brand a beer. Fearin is the last name of my 4x great grandmother, who immigrated to Canada in the 1800's. I have other Irish ancestors, but all of them have very English or Scottish names.

Finnegan is a kitten we had last spring, who unfortunately had been taken from his mother too early and didn't make it. He was cute little ginger tabby, so I brewed a red ale in his honour, and have named my reds after him ever since.
I agree with the black label
 

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Thanks guys, I will go with black! Gonna do one beige just to see it exist as well. Sharing some bottles at work, first time at this workplace, plus two coworkers are actually Irish... no pressure!
 

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I recently brewed an English Brown ale and figured I'd name it "Gunderson's" in reference to "Gunderson's Nuts" from Futurama... Well, buddy in my homebrew club brewed up a "Luger Lager" Munich Dunkel....

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... and I couldn't resist changing the name of my beer for an epic, WWII-style taste off.

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Hey all, first post and this is the first label I've ever attempted while also my first time ever using a program like Inkscape. I want to make some changes to it and try for a version 2. I created it for the brewery in Cheney, WA I work at, Inland Ale Works; I wanted that Humphrey Bogart / Great Gatsby feel to it.

 
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