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kornbread

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I'm not sure why it's not very sharp. But It looks sharp and clear on my machine. I guess something is getting lost in the upload.
 

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good looking label but i think the "harvest time" and "summer wheat" kind of clash with each other...when i think harvest time, i think of an amber, malty ale maybe even a spiced pumpkin ale not something that is supposed to be light and refreshing like a summer beer
 

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I would re-work the upper and lower banners... use a straw-colored background, black text. Make them bigger, and use a bigger font. Loose the red outline on the lower banner, too.

great start!
 
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I took some of r2eng's advice and made a couple of changes to the label. I dropped the red outline and made the banner text a bit larger. I tried out a straw colored background and to be honest nobody here liked it. I think the blue looks refreshing. Hope you like it.

 

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I'm gonna have to "third" the seasonal sentiment, but I've got to give you kudos on a nice, clean label.
 
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4th on the seasonal confusion, (first thing I thought of when looking at it) but looks good. I'm still working on a label for my Spring Forward Winter Porter. haha Just busting your balls
 

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Don't take it too hard, I just started my Febtoberfest Maerzen...
You're only 1 season off :D
 
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