Lets see your labels

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pubspearliespints
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Re: Lets see your labels

Post #21 by pubspearliespints » 6 years ago

The Sam Jackson is now my all time favourite label. Pub Fiction anyone?
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blacktiebrewing
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Re: Lets see your labels

Post #22 by blacktiebrewing » 6 years ago

Ha Pub Fiction. Great label! Must admit it made me nearly choke on my coffee when I saw it.
Good work!
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Tyrsis
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Re: Lets see your labels

Post #23 by Tyrsis » 6 years ago

Just started making a some labels.

Now I just need to get one for the Horseman's Head Pumpkin Ale,
And Rigby's Java Brew Coffee Porter
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Vicar's Vice Home Brew Pub
Little Red Johnny Ale - Bottled
Horseman's Head Pumpkin Ale - Bottled
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Re: Lets see your labels

Post #24 by jeffsmith » 6 years ago

Well done!
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Re: Lets see your labels

Post #25 by gm- » 5 years ago

I like to keep my labels simple, black and white so I can print them off at work.

I also try to have them connected to the marine industry in some way, here are a few of them:
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Coming up: Dubbel
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Re: Lets see your labels

Post #26 by Humulus » 5 years ago

Man can make great wort, but yeast makes great beer!

Give a man a beer, he'll waste an hour.
Teach a man to brew and he'll waste a lifetime.
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Re: Lets see your labels

Post #27 by Canuck » 5 years ago

Great job on the labels, gents!
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OldNelly
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Re: Lets see your labels

Post #28 by OldNelly » 5 years ago

Very nice labels everyone! Here's the label for the beer I make for the Molson/Coors crowd that shows up.
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Whitlock Brewing Co.
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Re: Lets see your labels

Post #29 by Warthaug » 5 years ago

A few more, from my annual xmas 6-pack, sent out to friends & family.

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Bryan

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Re: Lets see your labels

Post #30 by ShiftlessBum » 5 years ago

Warthaug, those are amazing!! I love the Bad Santa, what a great theme for a Christmas Ale.
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