They’re 4x6 shipping labels. I found a manufacturer that makes weather resistant color labels (just the label color, transfer is always black).what size stickers did you go with for your 16oz cans?
I like it!I opted for these generic logo labels and slap a different color circular sticker on the cap to differentiate.
If I'm gifting, have folks over or otherwise sharing I make a little print out with the beer label cap and name with description, etc ...
The name is in honor of my number one brew dog, featured in my profile pic (yes, the markings on the illustrations match hers).
It was 93IBU based upon the recipe, but it was all EKG & Fuggles (1# of hops including DH). I found the initial bitterness to be almost too smooth, but the aromatics from the hops blended nicely with the vanilla from the oak. I'm sure it had enough IBU's to age for a lengthy period, as the recipe I used was supposed to sit in a barrel for a year before being shipped to India. I aged it for 6 weeks at near freezing before pouring it for guests. The oak took a solid month to calm down.93IBU. Realistically, how does that drink? How long did it condition?