Occasionally there are beer labels on the bottles of home brewed beer I make, but those labels are from the breweries who beer I drank to get those bottles. Since starting to brew at home I have wanted to make my own labels but never really had the desire to take the time to start from scratch. It seems that I don’t have to do that to start making my own labels though. Labeley.com gives me the base to start from and also allows me to customize a label to my own liking. I look forward to using it soon to create a label for my recent batch of pumpkin beer and I can’t wait to see how the tool evolves as more and more people use it. Did I mention that it is free?!
On with the news we go . . .
- If I find myself with a career change down the line that means working in an office I can only hope that I have access to a vending machine like this one.
- Then again maybe if I had this machine at my current job it would take some of the edge off those incredibly busy nights.
- This made me throw up a little in my mouth. Did they even taste these beers?
- I suppose the best thing to come out of the launch of this new beer is that the Bud Light Golden Wheat will go into extinction.
- Beer and football rank fairly high on the list of my favorite things so I love the concept of ranking every NFL team and comparing them each to a beer. I just had to read it.
- Back to some convenience store news because it seems the growlers experiment has worked well enough for Sunoco for them to expand the practice in Western New York.
- I never pass up a story that involves a home brewer that loves it enough to take the hobby to the next level.
- Just add another one to the ever growing list that is making the beer scene in North Carolina blow up.
- This is not so much about the concept of pairing beer with Thanksgiving foods as much as it is about the beer-brined turkey recipe off to the left.
- As with what I eat I do like to know where my beer comes from. That to me is really the take away after reading this article. I am not saying I wont drink a Boston Lager because it comes from Ohio, I am just saying I want to know going in.
- It may not be true Trappist but the spirit is there and I like the reason that this line of beers came about. Just seeing the Quad recently I am looking forward to trying it after already crossing the Saison and Dubbel off the list earlier in the year.