Homebrew label

homebrew labelHere is my first ever homebrew label design. It was created for my good friend Tony D’Amico (Tony D!) and his Dirty Guy Brewing Company of Sylvania, OH. The recipe is called AK-47 Pale Ale. Tony bottled them in 22 ouncers.

I stopped by and got to taste a few of the beers while Tony worked on the next batch. Poured a nice mid-orange color but was a bit thin on the tongue. Tony was stepping up his malt content as well as the hops for round two in hopes of thickening up the body.

Really happy with how these came out. I suggested condensing the design a bit but Tony likes the way it wraps the bottle. Very pleased with the result and looking forward to tasting the next batch.

  • Joshua Wagy

    Man those look fantastic! I am doing my wine labels right now, posted a few ideas last week. I bottle in 15 days hopefully!! Ill send you what I was thinking. Great job.

  • Jim Korte

    Josh – Thanks man! I was really pleasantly surprised and happy with how they looked. Label design is pretty awesome. I want him to produce a high volume now so I can stock my bar with them. I saw a couple of your wine label mock ups via Twitter, want to hear some more about them. Talk to you soon.

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